Podcasts

Rethinking Regulation in the Sharing Economy

Originally Published: 
11/08/2015
Professor Bronwen Morgan spoke to Digital Dialogue about regulations in the sharing economy.

The value of sharing economies

Originally Published: 
12/07/2015
“There’s a hunger to get out of corporatised, bureaucratised ways of interacting” - Bronwen Morgan

Sustainable Seed Alliance

Originally Published: 
29/05/2015
Student presentation around social enterprises for seed exchanges.

The diverse legalities of the sharing economy

Originally Published: 
01/05/2015
Swinburne Seminar Series - Professor Bronwen Morgan (University of New South Wales) seeks to bring into dialogue two previously unrelated areas of scholarship: legal consciousness and diverse economies, as a way of illuminating the analysis of community-level action for sustainability, including its

Presentation of UNCTAD's work on the forthcoming 7th UN Review Conference, GLOBAL COMPAL and Competitive Neutrality

Originally Published: 
28/04/2015
This event presented the main themes of the forthcoming Seventh United Nations Conference.

Between Social Activism and Social Enterprise: The Bristol Report

Originally Published: 
27/03/2015
Between Social Activism and Social Enterprise comparative workshop findings.

Social Enterprise Legal Models Working Group

Originally Published: 
18/02/2015
The Social Enterprise Legal Models Working Group (LMWG) – which was originally convened by the Centre for Social Impact as part of the “Social Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Alliance” (SIEE) – has been operating as a working group chartered to investigate the issue of social enterprise

The Legacy of James M. Landis: Keynote and Roundtable Discussion

Originally Published: 
06/12/2014
On 24 November, the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University hosted a roundtable on Landis: "Too Big to Fail or Too Hard to Remember"

Professor Ian Harper on Competition Policy and Law

Originally Published: 
04/12/2014
SYDNEY, 25 November 2014 - The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) hosted a one-day symposium on the outlook for competition law and policy in Australia.

Professor Graeme Samuel on Competition Policy and Law

Originally Published: 
04/12/2014
SYDNEY, 25 November 2014 - The Centre for International Finance and Regulation (CIFR) hosted a one-day symposium on the outlook for competition law and policy in Australia.