Media Commentary on Research Reports

Media reports on research report “Insolvent Trading in Australia: A Study of Court Judgments from 2004 to 2017” (Authored by Stacey Steele and Ian Ramsay)

1. “The dangers of trading while insolvent”, In the Black (CPA Australia), December 2019

Media reports on research report 'In machines we trust: Are robo-advisers more trustworthy than human financial advisers?" (Authored by Hui Chia)

1. Mitchell's Front Page, The Pulse 94.7 FM, 29 October 2019.

2. Byte into IT, RRR 102.7 FM, 13 November 2019.

Media reports on research report “The experience of financial hardship in Australia: Causes, impacts and coping strategies” (Authored by Evgenia Bourova, Ian Ramsay and Paul Ali)

1. “Funding a way out of debt”, The Age, 30 March 2019, page 32

Media reports on research report “ASIC enforcement outcomes: Trends and analysis” (Authored by Ian Ramsay and Miranda Webster)

1. “Spotlight on company cop”, The Age, 28 April 2018, page 8

2. “Banking on an easy ride”, The Age, 23 April 2018, page 18

3. “Need for tougher corporate cop”, The Sydney Morning Herald, 23 April 2018, page 20

4. ABC News TV, The Breakfast Program, 23 April 2018

5. “Tougher penalties hollow unless ASIC acts: lawyers”, The Australian Financial Review, 21 April 2018, page 4

6. “ASIC ‘prefers quicker, cheaper enforcement’”, The Australian Financial Review, 12 March 2018, page 3

Media reports on research report “An analysis of Australian shareholder resolutions involving Australian listed companies from 2004 to 2013” (Authored by Hui Chia and Ian Ramsay)

1. “Standing up at AGMs – saving the world or a waste of time?”, The Age, 14 October 2017, Business section, page 8

Media reports on research report “Phoenix activity: Recommendation on detection, disruption and enforcement” (Authored by Helen Anderson, Jasper Hedges, Ian Ramsay and Michelle Welsh)

1. “The adventures of Plutus cash”, The Saturday Paper, 27 May 2017, interview with Professor Helen Anderson

2. “Scrutiny of phoenix activity intensifies”, The Australian Financial Review, 27 February 2017, page 40

3. ABC Radio National, The PM Program, 24 February 2017

Media reports on research report “Financial counselling and the self-represented debotr in the Federal Circuit Court bankruptcy list: An analysis of a recent pilot study” (Authored by Paul Ali, Lucinda O’Brien and Ian Ramsay)

1. “Research helps wipe the slate clean”, Pursuit, 25 February 2016

Media reports on research report “Quantifying Phoenix activity: Incidence, cost and enforcement” (Authored by Helen Anderson, Ann O'Connell, Ian Ramsay, Michelle Welsh and Hannah Withers)

1. “Lack of rules and data about phoenix activity compounds the problem: research”, SmartCompany, 20 October 2015

2. ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne), The Morning Program, 20 October 2015, interview with Associate Professor Helen Anderson

3. “Report outlines risk of phoenix schemes”, The Australian Financial Review, 20 October 2015, page 13

Media reports on research report, "Enforcement of Continuous Disclosure Laws by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission" (authored by Ian Ramsay)

  1. "Deutsche filing fresh challenge for Myer", The Age, Business Section, 28 March 2015, page 2

Media reports on research report "Insider Trading Enforcement in Australia" (authored by Victor Lei and Ian Ramsay)

  1. “The insider story: Welcome to the murky world of insider trading”, The West Australian, 18 July 2016, Business section, page 3
  2. Radio 2SER FM, The Daily Program, 30 October 2014
  3. "ASIC stand brings more convictions", The Australian Financial Review, 24 October 2014, page 8, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  4. ABC Radio 702 (Sydney), The 10pm News Program, 23 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also ABC Radio 936 (Hobart), The 6pm News Program and the 9pm News Program, 23 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  5. "Insider trader: Look for a middle-aged man, says uni study", The Daily Mercury, Mackay, 24 October 2014, page 45; also The Toowoomba Chronicle, 24 October 2013, page 32; The Gympie Times, 24 October 2014, page 18; The Sunshine Coast Daily, Maroochydore, 24 October 2014, page 44; The News Mail, Bundaberg, 24 October 2014, page 10; The Fraser Coast Chronicle, Hervey Bay, 24 October 2014, page 30; The Queensland Times, Ispwich, 24 October 2014, page 28; The Gladstone Observer, 24 October 2014, page 23; The Morning Bulletin, Rockhampton, 24 October 2014, page 44
  6. "Inside tip? It won't make you rich", The Herald Sun, 2 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  7. "Insiders exposed", The Daily Telegraph, 2 October 2014, page 28, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  8. "ASIC watchdog snapping at the heels of insider traders", The Adelaide Advertiser, 2 October 2014, page 45, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  9. "Spotlight on insider trading reveals nefarious deals of the unscrupulous", The Courier Mail, 2 October 2014, page 43, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also "Insider traders head to resources sector", The Gold Coast Bulletin, 2 October 2014, page 25; "Resources sector proves hotspot for insider trading", The Townsville Bulletin, 2 October 2014, page 31

Media reports on Research Report, "Superannuation Knowledge, Behaviour and Attitudes in Young Adults in Australia" (authored by Paul Ali, Malcolm Anderson, Martin Clark, Ian Ramsay and Chander Shekhar)

  1. "Why the millennial in your life doesn't care about retirement wealth and what you can do about it", Money Morning, 28 May 2015
  2. "What do you need to know about your super?", Super and You, CareSuper Newsletter, Issue 1, April 2015
  3. "Young workers most affected by missing superannuation", The Financial Observer, 8 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  4. "Superannuation: The young and the disengaged", InFinance News, 8 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  5. "Super 'not a priority' for young adults", Investor Daily, 8 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  6. "Generation Y in dark on super", The Herald Sun, 7 October 2014, page 23, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  7. "Do you know more about super than your kids?", The Australian Financial Review online, 7 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  8. "Not so super: Gen Y turn blind eye to retirement", The Daily News, 7 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  9. 'Lack of knowledge and interest in superannuation", Professional Planner, 7 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  10. "Young Aussies super-unaware", Money Management, 7 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  11. "Young adults know very little about super", Financial Standard, 7 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  12. "Young Aussies apathetic to super", Super Review, 7 October 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  13. "Study finds a lack of knowledge and interest in superannuation among 'young'", Voice, October 2014, page 4, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

Media reports on Research Report, "Payday Lending Regulation and Borrower Vulnerability in the United Kingdom and Australia"

  1. ABC TV, The 7pm News Program, 13 June 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also ABC News 24 TV, 13 June 2014, The 11pm News Program, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; ABC News 24 TV, 13 June 2014, The 7.30 pm News Program, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; ABC News 24 TV, 14 June 2014, The 7am News Program, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  2. ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne), The 7.45am News Program, 5 June 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne), The 7am News Program, 5 June 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  3. "Where payday lenders operate", The Saturday Paper, 3 May 2014, page 16

Media reports on Research Report, "The Financial Literacy of Young Australians"

  1. ABC TV, The Business Program, 5 June 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  2. "Money skills lacking", The Weekly Times, 23 April 2013, page 17
  3. Radio 3AW, The 7.30am News Program and the 6.30am News Program, 17 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  4. Radio 2SER FM, The Daily Program, 17 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  5. "Youth need cash skills", The Herald Sun, 17 April 2014, page 5, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  6. "High school students fail on financial literacy", The Education Review, 17 April 2014
  7. ABC Radio National, The Breakfast Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  8. Radio SYN FM, The Panorama Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  9. ABC News Radio, The Afternoon Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also ABC Radio JJJ, The 12noon News Program and the 9am News Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; ABC Radio 936 (Hobart), The 10am News Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; ABC Radio 612 (Brisbane), The 9am News Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; and ABC Western Queensland, The 8.30am News Program, 16 April 2014, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

Media reports on Research Report, "The Use of Infringement Notices by ASIC for Alleged Continuous Disclosure Contraventions: Trends and Analysis"

  1. "ASIC notices in need of overhaul", The Australian Financial Review, 12 April 2012, page 63
  2. "In a fine mess over disclosure", The Australian Financial Review, 20 March 2012, page 64
  3. "ASIC points finger at ASX's record", The Australian Financial Review, 29 November 2011, page 13
  4. "Probe into M&A dealmakers", The Australian Financial Review, 14 July 2011, page 9
  5. "ASIC too slow with speeding tickets", The Australian Financial Review, 9 June 2011, page 9
  6. "ASIC's limited application of penalties called into question", The Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 9 June 2011, page 1; also "Uni professor blasts watchdog", The Age, Business section, 9 June 2011, page 3

Media reports on Research Report, "Home Loan Exit Fees: The Cost of Ending a Home Loan Early"

  1. "Fees in the firing line", The Australian, 30 June 2010, Wealth section, page 1
  2. "Bank on it", The Australian, 29 June 2010, Business section, page 4
  3. "ASIC goes after unfair exit fees". The Australian Financial Review, 28 June 2010, page 3
  4. "ASIC to crackdown on excessive exit fees under new laws", Smart Company, 28 June 2010
  5. "Exit fees kept lower by tradition", The Herald Sun, 19 June 2010, page 14
  6. "Could high exit fees be illegal?", The International Business Times, 17 June 2010
  7. Channel 7 TV, The Today Tonight Program, 16 June 2010
  8. "Exit fees could be on their way out", The Australian Financial Review, 16 June 2010, page 3
  9. "Huge exit fees may be illegal, study warns", The Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 16 June 2010, page 3; also "Home loan fee challenge", The Age, Business section, 16 June 2010, page 3 and "High exit fees for non-bank loans may be unlawful: study", The West Australian, 16 June 2010, page 49
  10. "Nasty sting in the mortgage tail", The Herald Sun, 16 June 2010, page 35; also "Clock ticks on jumbo home loans", The Courier Mail, 16 June 2010, page 40
  11. "New consumer laws could be a boon for lawyers", Lawyers Weekly, 16 June 2010
  12. "Large exit fees may be illegal: report", Business Spectator, 16 June 2010
  13. "Excessive home loan exit fees may be illegal: report", Smart Company, 16 June 2010
  14. Sky TV, The Business Channel, 15 June 2010
  15. ABC Radio 936 (Hobart), 15 June 2010

Media reports on Research Report, "Personal Insolvency in Australia: An Increasingly Middle Class Phenomenon"

  1. "Wackelig wie ein Kartenhaus", Die Zeit (German weekly newspaper), 1 July 2010, page 30
  2. ABC TV, The 7pm News Program (Melbourne, Canberra, Darwin), 24 May 2010
  3. ABC TV, The Lateline Business Program, 24 May 2010
  4. ABC TV, The Midday Report, 24 May 2010
  5. ABC Radio 702 (Sydney), ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne), ABC Radio 666 (Canberra), ABC Radio 612 (Brisbane), ABC Radio 720 (Perth), ABC Radio 891 (Adelaide), ABC Radio 936 (Hobart), ABC Radio Darwin, ABC Radio Gold Coast, ABC Radio Newcastle, ABC Radio North Queensland, ABC Radio Southern Queensland, ABC Radio Riverina, ABC Radio South East NSW, ABC Radio Illawarra, ABC Radio New England, ABC Radio Mid North Coast NSW, ABC Radio North and West SA, ABC Radio Central West NSW, ABC Radio Western Plains NSW, 24 May 2010, various news programs
  6. Radio 2SM (Sydney), Radio 3AW (Melbourne), Radio 94.9 FM (Melbourne), Radio SEA FM (Sunshine Coast), Radio 3BO (Bendigo), Radio MMM (Sydney), Radio 2GZ (Orange), Heart FM (Hobart), Mix 92.7, (Mooloolaba), Radio 4T0 FM (Townsville), 24 May 2010, various news programs
  7. "Middle class hit by bankruptcies", The Age, 24 May 2010, page 3, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also "Rise in middle class bankrupts", The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 May 2010, page 3, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; "Bankruptcies hit middle class", The West Australian, 24 May 2010, page 12

Media reports on Research Report, "Personal Insolvency Trends in Australia"

  1. "Bankruptcies up 260% in two decades", Mortgage Business, April 2009, page 6
  2. "Insolvency and bankrupcy boom will continue into 2010", Australasian Legal Business, Vol 7 No 4, April 2009, page 17
  3. "Insolvency surge just tip of the iceberg", The Australian Financial Review, 6 April 2009, page 3
  4. "Personal insolvency on the rise", Lawyers Weekly, 3 April 2009, page 4
  5. "Going to the wall for $2K", The Northern Territory News, 30 March 2009, page 28
  6. "Be prepared – it pays", The Sun Herald, Investor section, 29 March 2009, page 4; also in the Sunday Age, Investor section, 29 March 2009, page 4
  7. "Consumers juggle bills as banks send in the debt collectors", The Sunday Age, 29 March 2009, page 22
  8. Radio 2UE (Sydney), The Weekend Program, 28 March 2009
  9. Radio 3AW (Melbourne), The News Program, 28 March 2009
  10. "Bankruptcies rising", The Canberra Times, 28 March 2009, page 2
  11. "Hard Times hit middle income tier", The Daily Telegraph, 28 March 2009, page 117
  12. "Going bust for peanuts", The Hobart Mercury, 28 March 2009, page 37
  13. "Bankruptcy rates up for small debt", Sky News online, 28 March 2009
  14. "Middle-income bankrupts up", The Border Mail, 28 March 2009, page 73
  15. "Bankruptcy rates on rise due to credit", The Sunraysia Daily, 28 March 2009, page 23
  16. "Credit crunch goes up-market", The Australian online – Smart Investor Blog, 27 March 2009
  17. "Bankruptcies rates sour over small debt", AAP, 27 March 2009
  18. ABC Radio National, The Life Matters Program, 26 March 2009
  19. ABC Radio 1233 (Newcastle), The Midday Program, 26 March 2009
  20. ABC Radio 666 (Canberra), The Drive Program, 25 March 2009
  21. ABC News Radio, The Morning Program, 25 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  22. Radio 2SM (Sydney), News Program, 25 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  23. "Surge in personal insolvencies before credit crisis", The Australian, 25 March 2009, page 5, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  24. "More, and richer, people filing for bankruptcy" The Age, 25 March 2009, page 10, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  25. "Surge in bankruptcies as credit dries up for those living in the red", The Age, 25 March 2009, Business section, page 3
  26. "Big earners suffer as bankruptcy snowballs", The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 March 2009, page 5, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  27. "Maxed-out credit cards and nowhere to run", The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 March 2009, page 23
  28. "Debt levels swell as credit crisis deepens", The Canberra Times, 25 March 2009, page 2, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  29. "Credit the big bust driver", The Herald Sun, 25 March 2009, page 35, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  30. "Insolvency becomes a middle class malaise", The Courier Mail, 25 March 2009, page 11, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  31. ABC Radio 702 (Sydney); ABC Radio 891 (Adelaide); ABC Radio 936 (Hobart), various news programs, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  32. ABC News Radio, various news programs, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  33. ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne), The Drive Program, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  34. "Insolvencies a growing middle class problem", The Australian online, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  35. "Bankruptcy rates rise for middle class", Sydney Morning Herald online, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay; also The Age online, 24 March 2009
  36. "Insolvency rates jump almost three-fold since 1990", Business Spectator, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  37. "Surge in personal bankruptcies", Smart Company, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay
  38. "More personal insolvency across high incomes", Lawyers Weekly online, 24 March 2009, interview with Professor Ian Ramsay

Media reports on Research Report, "Company Directors' Views Regarding Stakeholders"

  1. "Directors balance competing interests", Super Funds, November 2007
  2. "Report on director's views regarding stakeholders", Butterworths Corporation Law Bulletin, 19 October 2007
  3. "CEOs grab governance bull by horns", Risk Management, October 2007, page 7
  4. "Investors not first priority", The Courier Mail, 15 October 2007, page 36
  5. "Short shrift for investor's gift", The Adelaide Advertiser, 8 October 2007, page 34
  6. "Loyalty scorned", The Sunday Times, 7 October 2007, page 64
  7. "Shareholders don't matter", The Daily Telegraph, 3 October 2007, page 33
  8. "Crunching HR's numbers is critical", Human Resources, 2 October 2007, page 1
  9. "In the back of their minds", The Herald Sun, 1 October 2007, page 33
  10. "Directors balance stakeholder interest", Company Director, October 2007, page 14
  11. Chanticleer Column, "An arrogant Coles taken to task", The Australian Financial Review, 21 September 2007, page 84
  12. "Report finds directors' interests cover all", CPA Australia, 27 September 2007
  13. "Shareholders the top priority - just", Business Review Weekly, 20 September 2007
  14. "Boards walk the talk", Business Review Weekly, 20 September 2007, page 56
  15. "Corporate balancing act reflects broader horizons", The Age, Business section, 12 September 2007, page 2
  16. "Shareholders slip down the pecking order", The Australian, 12 September 2007, page 45
  17. "Directors' priorities", The Herald Sun, 12 September 2007, page 37
  18. "Directors show sense of balance", The Australian Financial Review, 12 September 2007, page 6
  19. "Directors value customers, staff", The West Australian, 12 September 2007, page 61
  20. "Australian company directors rank employees' interests more highly than in USA: survey", Workplace Express, 12 September 2007
  21. "Bosses keen for a work of love", MX Melbourne, 12 September 2007, page 6

Media reports on Research Report, "Do Australian Institutional Investors Aim to Influence the Human Resource Practices of Investee Companies?"

  1. "Issue of the week - people investors", The Sydney Morning Herald, 9 June 2007, Careers section, page 6
  2. "Fund watch on workers", The Herald Sun, 1 June 2007, page 42
  3. "Institutional investors banking on good human resources", The Age, Business section, 31 May 2007, page B4

Media reports on Research Report, "Corporate Law Reform and Delisting in Australia"

  1. "Revolving doors of the stock exchange", The Adelaide Advertiser, 27 February 2007, page 41
  2. "To delist or not to delist", Australasian Legal Business, January 2007, page 20
  3. "Going dark not due to compliance burdens: report", Risk Management, January 2007, page 4
  4. "Companies not delisting because of corporate law reforms", Across the Board, 28 November 2006, page 1
  5. "Set and forget' and regret", The Australian, 25 November 2006, page 44
  6. "Study shows big turnover of listed companies", The Australian Financial Review, 24 November 2006, page 83
  7. "More delist and enlist private cash", The Age, Business section, 22 November 2006, page 3
  8. "Stricter regulations not cause of delisting, experts say", The Australian, 22 November 2006, page 48
  9. "Local companies not prone to delisting", The Australian Financial Review, 22 November 2006, page 16

Media reports on Research Report, "The Takeovers Panel - An Empirical Study"

  1. "Panel - beaten on Takeovers", Lawyers Weekly, 18 August 2006, page 1
  2. "Survey assesses success rate of Takeovers Panel", Across the Board, 15 August 2006, page 1
  3. "Warning on challenges to Panel", The Australian, 9 August 2006, page 24
  4. "Takeovers Panel used for tactical edge", The Australian Financial Review, 9 August 2006, page 50
  5. "Takeovers Panel faces grim future", The Age, Business section, 9 August 2006, page 5

Media reports on Research Report, "Litigation by Shareholders and Directors: An Empirical Study of the Statutory Derivative Action"

  1. "Study finds modest gains for derivative actions, while class actions power ahead", Across the Board, 14 March 2006

Media reports on Research Report,"From the Picketline to the Boardroom: Union Shareholder Activism in Australia"

  1. "From the picketline to the boardroom", Company Director, February 2006, page 8
  2. "Unions using activism for influence", Super Funds, February 2006, page 5
  3. "Unions stalking the AGMs", The Herald Sun, 19 December 2005, page 27
  4. "Unions and shareholders", The Boardroom Report, 16 December 2005
  5. "Union shareholder activism", Across the Board, 13 December 2005
  6. ABC Radio 774 (Melbourne), The Morning Program, 7 December 2005
  7. "Unions warm to shareholder activism", The Australian Financial Review, 7 December 2005, page 6
  8. "Unions target shareholder meetings", The Australian, 7 December 2005, page 41
  9. "Battleground shifts to AGMs in new state of the union", The Age, Business section, 7 December 2005, page 3
  10. "Unions on the march as shareholder activists" The Courier Mail, 7 December 2005, page 27
  11. "Shareholder unionism", The Herald Sun, 7 December 2005, page 42
  12. "New tactics - unions embrace activism at AGMs", The Adelaide Advertiser, 7 December 2005, page 54

Media reports on Research Report, "Insolvent Trading - An Empirical Study"

  1. " Insolvent trading: directors seldom taken to court", The Australian Financial Review, 7 June 2004, page 7

Media reports on Research Report, "Reforming not-for-profit regulation"

  1. "Costly compassion", Business Review Weekly, 29 June 2006, page 50
  2. "Charity cases", Business Review Weekly, 24 March 2005, page 53
  3. Radio 2SER, 27 February 2004
  4. Letter to the editor, "ASIC is obvious regulator for charities", John Peacock, Australian Financial Review, 26 February 2004, page 68
  5. ABC Radio Melbourne, The Afternoon Program, 20 February 2004
  6. ABC Radio National, The Life Matters Program, 19 February 2004
  7. "Charity proceeds wasted on red tape", The Australian Financial Review, 19 February 2004, page 6
  8. "Non-profit tangle carries risks: report", The Age, Business section, 19 February 2004, page 1

Media reports on Research Report, "Managed Investments: An Industry Report"

  1. "City Pacific sets cracking growth pace", The Courier Mail, 16 February 2004, page 17
  2. "Still problems with MIA: Ramsay", Investor Weekly, 26 January 2004, page 8
  3. "Fundamentally, the management danger's mutual", The Australian, 24 January 2004, page 42
  4. "Funds checks and balances in woeful state, study says", The Australian Financial Review, 19 January 2004, page 38

Media reports on Research Report, "Use of Prospectuses by Investors and Professional Advisers"

  1. "Optimisation of cliche synergies", The Age, Business section, 21 June 2006, page 14
  2. "Prospectus complaints", Money Magazine, February 2004, page 16
  3. "Investors relying more on media", The Sunday Telegraph, 28 December 2003, page 86
  4. "Keep it simple", Business Review Weekly, 11 December 2003, page 71
  5. "Corporate conduct in the firing line", The Age, Business section, 11 December 2003, page 1
  6. "Rosy prospects planted thinly in dim prospectuses", The Australian, 9 December 2003, page 28
  7. "Clients relying on advisers who outsource research", Money Management, 8 December 2003
  8. "Investors at a loss to decipher prospectuses: survey", The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 December 2003, page 33
  9. "Prospectuses get a bad rap", The Age, Business section, 6 December 2003, page 6

Media reports on Research Report, "An Appraisal of Socially Responsible Investments and Implications for Trustees and Other Investment Fiduciaries"

  1. "JASSA 2002 Editorial Awards", Autumn 2003, page 22
  2. "Ethical Investment: Is Performance Everything?", Australian Women's Money, Autumn 2003
  3. "Performance Anxiety", Ethical Investor, March 2003
  4. "Buying your place in Heaven", Unlimited Magazine, 1 December 2002
  5. "Investment Plan gets a Gold Star", Illawarra Mercury, Business section, 5 November 2002
  6. "Analysing the Cost of Ethical Investment", JASSA, Spring 2002, pp 9-14
  7. "Living in Sin", Australian CPA, October 2002, pp 20-21
  8. "Ethics versus Style", Ethical Investor, October 2002
  9. "Just how 'ethical' can business be?", News Weekly, 19 October 2002
  10. "Ethical Investment - Deconstructing the Myth", IPA Review, September 2002
  11. "Do the right thing - and profit", The Australian, Business section, 21-22 September 2002
  12. Sky News Australia, Sky Business Report, 20 September 2002
  13. "AMP hits back in ethical war", Australian Financial Review, 18 September 2002
  14. "Many Ethical Returns", The Age, Money Manager, 16 September 2002
  15. "Socially Responsible Investment - Performance and Style Review", AMP Henderson Global Investors Research Paper, September 2002
  16. "Good question", Money Manager, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 September 2002
  17. "The wages of sin", Medical Observer, 6 September 2003
  18. "Call to withdraw study on ethical stocks", The Age, Business section, 31 August 2002
  19. "SRI study criticised", Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 31 August 2002
  20. "Ethical funds step in the mud", Australian Financial Review, 28 August 2002
  21. "Corporate Social Responsibility or Civil Society Regulation?", The Harold Clough Lecture for 2002 (delivered by Dr Gary Johns), Institute of Public Affairs, 18 August 2002
  22. "The Financial Services Reform Act: A Costly Exercise in Regulating Corporate Morals", Institute of Public Affairs Backgrounder, August 2002
  23. "The Cost of Ethics", Money, August 2002
  24. "Socially responsible ain't easy", Australian Financial Review, Quarterly Review of Funds, 14 August 2002
  25. "Treading the ethical minefield", The Age, Business section, 10 August 2002
  26. "The wages of sin: how they stack up for investors", Sydney Morning Herald, Business section, 10 August 2002
  27. "The truth about sinful stocks", Wealth, August 2002
  28. "Melbourne University SRI Study Controversy", Ethical Investor, August 2002
  29. Sky News Australia, Sky Business Report, 30 July 2002
  30. "SRI research not so conclusive", Money Management, 25 July 2002
  31. "Socially aware rip-off", Medical Observer, 12 July 2002
  32. "Taking the devil out of the dollar", Super Review, July 2002
  33. "Report forecasts lower SRI returns", Super Review, July 2002
  34. "War of words over university SRI research", Money Management, 11 July 2002
  35. "'Sinful' portfolios offer investors higher returns", The Straits Times, 8 July 2002
  36. "The sinful way to wealth, Herald Sun, 7 July 2002
  37. "Avoiding alcohol bad for wealth", Sunday Telegraph, 7 July 2002
  38. SRI underperforms, claims Melb uni study", Investor Weekly, 1-7 July 2002
  39. "SRI study doubt", Sydney Morning Herald, 6 July 2002
  40. "Ethical funds do outperform, AMP shows", The Age, 6 July 2002
  41. "Socially responsible investments may not be so wise", Lawyers Weekly, 5 July 2002
  42. "SRIs: not as much bang for your buck", Money Management, 4 July 2002
  43. "Alcohol fuels ethical debate", Business News, 27 June 2002
  44. "Super funds to tread carefully", Business News, 27 June 2002
  45. "SRI funds' returns fall behind wider market", Money Management, 27 June 2002
  46. "Melbourne Uni study under the spotlight", Ethical Investor, 26 June 2002
  47. "Warm and fuzzy capitalism", ABC Radio National, The Business Report, 22 June 2002
  48. "Being an investor in 'good' companies does not mean you have to lower your expectations", The Age, Business section, 22 June 2002, page 4
  49. "Better rewards from 'sin industries'", The Age, Business section, 20 June 2002, page 1
  50. "Sin pays - and pays handsomely in the long term, survey finds", The Sydney Morning Herald, 20 June 2002, page 27
  51. "SRI fund returns lag wider market", Money Management, 20 June 2002
  52. "Socially ethical investment: does it pay?", ABC Radio National, PM, 20 June 2002
  53. "SRI underperforms claims Melb Uni study", Ethical Investor, 19 June 2002

Media reports on Research Report, "Please Explain': ASX Share Price Queries and the Australian Continuous Disclosure Regime"

  1. "Corporate cops must hand out tickets", Business Review Weekly, 28 March 2002, page 10
  2. "Ask now, not later", Shares, March 2002, page 88
  3. "Disclosure falls short", Personal Investor, January 2002, page 12
  4. "ASX on the case", The Gold Coast Bulletin, 14 January 2002, page 35
  5. "Disclosure road to nowhere for ASIC as rules lack sting", The Australian Financial Review, 8 December 2001, page 15
  6. "AMP in breach of rules but no action", The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 December 2001
  7. Business Daily Program, Sky News, 7 December 2001
  8. "Wink-nod breach or not, AMP got its message across: Our disclosure laws and ASX rules just don't mesh", The Australian, 7 December 2001, page 22
  9. "Editorial, "Sanctions must be sharpened", The Australian Financial Review, 7 December 2001, page 74
  10. "Companies failing to disclose all to ASX", The Age, Business section, 5 December 2001, page 1
  11. "Corporations are spilling the beans - eventually", The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 December 2001, page 22
  12. "Disclosures not always timely: study", The West Australian, 5 December 2001
  13. "Listed firms coy on details", The Herald Sun, 5 December 2001, page 53
  14. "Companies warned to improve disclosure", The Courier Mail, 5 December 2001, page 27
  15. "Corporate disclosure a 'failure'", The Australian Financial Review, 5 December 2001, page 3
  16. "Aussie Inc fails test", The Daily Telegraph, 5 December 2001
  17. "No explain, no pain", The Australian, 5 December 2001, page 36
  18. ABC Radio Melbourne, The Morning Program with Jon Faine, 5 December 2001
  19. ABC Radio National, The PM Program, 4 December 2001
  20. ABC Radio National, The World Today Program, 4 December 2001

Media reports on Research Report, "Corporate Governance: The Role of Superannuation Trustees" (prepared for the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees by the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation and Institutional Analysis)

  1. "Shaking up corporate Australia", Super Review, April 2001, page 22
  2. "Super trustees warned on corporate governance", The Australian Financial Review, 14 March 2001, page 23
  3. Cover story, "Voting with their funds: adding value through corporate governance", Investor Weekly, 12-18 March 2001, page 12
  4. "Trustees obliged to consider voting", Investor Weekly, 12-18 March 2001, page 7
  5. "Get involved, AIST urges super funds", Money Management, 1 March 2001

Media reports on Research Report, "Political Donations by Australian Companies"

  1. "Donations to WA parties halved", The West Australian, 7 January 2004, page 43
  2. "Parties vie for corporate money", The Age, 8 November 2001, page 10
  3. ABC Radio National, The World Today Program, 7 November 2001
  4. "Bashed banks slash donations", The Australian Financial Review, 27 November 2000, page 5
  5. ABC Radio National, Terry Lane Program, 25 June 2000
  6. "Company donations heavily favour Libs", The Australian Financial Review, 22 June 2000, page 3
  7. "Caution on political gifts", The Age, 22 June 2000, Business section, page 5
  8. "A liberal supply of business cash", Herald Sun, 22 June 2000, page 81
  9. "Political donations need a vote: report", The West Australian, 22 June 2000

Media reports on Research Report, "Proxy Voting in Australia's Largest Companies" (jointly published by the Centre for Corporate Law and Corporate Governance International)

This report has been referred to by the Treasurer in the Commonwealth Parliament

  1. "Super industry to act on perks", The Australian Financial Review, 24 January 2001, page 19
  2. "Shareholders bare their teeth", Business Review Weekly, 3 November 2000, page 71
  3. Cover story, "Shareholder Activism: visible vs invisible", Company Director, July 2000, page 10 (view this story)
  4. "Apathy receives the biggest vote of all", The Australian, 30 May 2000, page 21
  5. "Institutions urged to use voting rights", The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 May 2000, Business section, page 38
  6. "Onus on institutions to improve corporate voting record", The Age, 30 May 2000, Business section, page 3
  7. "Institutions' voting sloth", The Australian Financial Review, 30 May 2000, page 24
  8. "Trustees cited for voting failures", The Courier Mail, 30 May 2000, page 25
  9. "Pox on paucity of proxy voting", The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 May 2000, Business section
  10. "Big funds lashed on apathy to voting", The West Australian, 31 May 2000
  11. "Corporate governance still too low according to new report", Investor Weekly, 29 May 2000, page 7

Media reports on Research Report, "Share Buy-backs: An Empirical Study"

  1. "Handing back the cash', The Herald Sun, 3 April 2000, page 80
  2. "Capital ideas these share buybacks", The Daily Telegraph, 3 April 2000, page 66
  3. "The buyback makes a comeback", Business Review Weekly, 31 March 2000, page 80
  4. "Foster's buyback defies trend", The Australian Financial Review, 15 March 2000
  5. "Share buy-backs a time for gain: study", Uni-News, 13 March 2000, page 1
  6. "A profitable message in share buybacks", The Australian Financial Review, 25 October 1999, page 23
  7. "Buyback windfall for small investors", Sunday-Telegraph, 3 October 1999, page 145

Media reports on Issues Paper, "Multimedia Prospectuses and Other Offer Documents" (jointly published by the Centre for Corporate Law and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission)

  1. "ASIC takes up the multimedia challenge", The Australian Financial Review, 8 December 1999, page 10
  2. "Investing in future law", The Australian, 8 December 1999, page 26
  3. "ASIC seeks comment on cyberspace issues", The Canberra Times, 8 December 1999, page 19
  4. "ASIC help for online fund-raisers", The Courier Mail, 8 December 1999, page 32
  5. "ASIC wants online feedback", Herald Sun, 8 December 1999, page 47
  6. "ASIC paper", The Sydney Morning Herald, 8 December 1999, page 32
  7. "ASIC enters cyberspace", The Illawarra Mercury, 8 December 1999, page 47

Media reports on Research Report, "Do Independent Directors Add Value?"

  1. " 'Good governance' may be short on financial benefits", The Sunday Age, 10 October 1999, Business section
  2. "Prescriptive corporate governance would have a price", Uni-News, 20 September 1999

Media reports on Research Report, "Regulating Directors' Duties – How Effective are the Civil Penalty Sanctions in the Australian Corporations Law?"

  1. "A slap on the wrist", The Herald Sun, 23 June 2000, page 19
  2. "Report slams ASIC civil code", The Australian Financial Review, 19-20 June 1999
  3. "ASIC loath to wield civil law", The Age, 16 June 1999, Business section

Media reports on Research Report, "Corporate Groups in Australia"

  1. "Study highlights need for corporate group law reform", Uni-News, 4 December 1998
  2. "Call for overhaul of corporate regulation", The Age, 24 November 1998, Business section

Media reports on Research Report, "Institutional Investors' Views on Corporate Governance"

  1. "Big investors admit conflict potential: poll", Herald-Sun, 4 November 1998, page 55
  2. "Institutions acknowledge conflict", The Daily Telegraph, 4 November 1998, page 41
  3. "Institutions check", The Courier Mail, 4 November 1998, page 41
  4. "Investors want more influence over boards", The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 November 1998, page 29
  5. "Investors seek leave to lobby", The West Australian, 4 November 1998, page 51
  6. "Institutions seek stronger voice", The Age, 4 November 1998, Business section, page 6
  7. "Beware: directors in danger", The Australian Financial Review, 4-5 July 1998, page 26

Media reports on Research Report "Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices by Australian Companies"

  1. "Back to the boardroom", The Australian Financial Review, 21-22 March 1998, page 60
  2. "Study finds corporate governance lacking", The Australian Financial Review, 9 July 1997
  3. "Directors face tough independence test", The Risk Report, 15 July 1997
  4. "Corporate governance lacking in public companies", Business Law Update, 16 July 1997

Media reports on Research Report "Corporate Governance in the Top 100: An Empirical Study of the Top 100 Companies 'Board of Directors"

  1. "Chancellor's nightmare: the private sector has governance lessons for universities", The Australian, 22 August 2001, page 38
  2. "Governance down under", Governance, October 1996
  3. "Corporate governance: How do the top 100 companies shape up?" Australian Investment Managers Newsletter, July 1996
  4. "Boards lag behind US says study", Herald-Sun, 30 July 1996
  5. "Report warns on choice of directors", The Age, 16 July 1996