Maurice Newman: mad, bad or sad? - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Maurice Newman: mad, bad or sad? - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Thursday, 14 May 2015

Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation on the topic Maurice Newman: mad, bad or sad?

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Geopolitics versus geoeconomics: the new international order - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Mark Beeson writes on the implications of Britain’s decision to join China’s new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Geopolitics versus geoeconomics: the new international order.

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The great Chinese investment conundrum - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Monday, 9 March 2015

Professor Mark Beeson from Political Science and International Relations  regularly contributes to The Conversation. Last week he looked at the implications of the recent decision to restrict Chinese investment in real estate and wondered whether it highlights more general bilateral problems.' The great Chinese investment conundrum

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Iraq: graveyard of the believers - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Monday, 2 March 2015

Professor Mark Beeson from Political Science and International Relations  regularly contributes to The Conversation. This week he wonders whether the motivation for Tony Abbott's apparent desire to send combat troops to Iraq owes something his religously-informed view of the world: Iraq: graveyard of the believers

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David Mickler and Mark Beeson write for The Conversation

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Political Science and International Relations lecturers David Mickler and Mark Beeson both have articles in The Conversation this week.

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Can democracy cope? - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Monday, 16 February 2015

Professor Mark Beeson from Political Science and International Relations  regularly contributes to The Conversation. This week he considers whether democracies are facing multiple challenges from globalisation and a loss of legitimacy that may mean that they can no longer be able to deal with contemporary problems: Can democracy cope?

 

Gates Foundation is too big to ignore the politics of poverty - Professor Graham Brown writes for The Conversation

Monday, 9 February 2015

Graham Brown, the School of Social Sciences' new Professor of International Development, has published an article in The Conversation on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the politics of development assistance.  In the article, Prof Brown argues that the Gates Foundation has grown to big to ignore the political issues surrounding poverty.  He suggests that while their massive financial commitment to finding solutions for major public health challenges is admirable, they should start engaging more with political issues in order to reach those most in need of their assistance

The intellectual Premier League - Mark Beeson writes for The Conversation

Monday, 9 February 2015

Professor Mark Beeson from Political Science and International Relations  regularly contributes to The Conversation. This week he explores what it takes to have a major intellectual impact in the social sciences and offers an original way of ranking the some of the all time greats and not so greats: The intellectual Premier League.

 

Accounting and Finance Professor Ray da Silva Rosa

Are we heading for another GFC?

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

The University of Western Australia Business School Accounting and Finance Professor Ray da Silva Rosa puts Western Australia's economic outlook into perspective: