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Leader in entrepreneurship is new Dean of Business

DATE: Wednesday, 16 January 2019 SUMMARY: A University of Adelaide professor who has played a leading role in entrepreneurship and business education in South Australia for more than a decade has been appointed Dean of the University's Adelaide Business School.

Slower growth in SA economy predicted for 2018/19

DATE: Tuesday, 18 December 2018 SUMMARY: University of Adelaide economists say that they expect the South Australian economy to continue growing in 2018/19.

Uni of Adelaide on mission to support space agency

DATE: Wednesday, 12 December 2018 SUMMARY: The University of Adelaide congratulates South Australia on its successful bid to host the national space agency and looks forward to making a leading contribution to this sector for the future of the State and the nation.

Diversification key to Whyalla's turnaround

DATE: Wednesday, 12 December 2018 SUMMARY: Only two years ago Whyalla was looking into the abyss and fear was written all over the faces of the population. Economic analysis by University of Adelaide economists pointed to over-dependence on steel for the town's future. Thanks to widely publicised investment, the city can learn from its past, diversify its economy and look to a bright future.

ANGELS will guide space start-ups

DATE: Wednesday, 5 December 2018 SUMMARY: The space industry is set to benefit from expert guidance from University of Adelaide lawyers on Australian and international laws that regulate their activities.

New book explores crisis in Australian wage growth

DATE: Thursday, 29 November 2018 SUMMARY: A new collection of research from leading Australian experts and commentators casts further light on the unprecedented slowdown in wage growth that has puzzled and concerned policy-makers.