Media Mentions, Business and Economics, Macquarie University
The Risk-Culture project, a world-first study based on a survey of bankers in Australia and Canada.
"When the corporate watchdog or competition regulator comes to deal with the banks involved in the manipulation of Australian financial market benchmarks, whose jobs are on the line?"
"Culture study key to cutting bank risk"
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy was referenced in a Financial Observer piece
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy was referenced in "Risk culture gaps identified"
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy and Associate Professor Barbara Griffin were referenced in "The difficulties changing bank culture"
Associate Professor Elizabeth Sheedy was interviewed on Sky News
Bankers behaving badly: why rules don't work
Regulators and industry participants are becoming increasingly aware of the important role organisational culture plays in preventing scandals, unexpected losses and insolvency, a financial risk expert has said.
Banks are being sought to take part in an important research project investigating corporate risk culture.
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