Englische Texte

G'day! Based in Sydney as free lancing foreign correspondent I mostly work for a range of German quality media. Ever so often I get the chance to contribute to local media, too. Here are some examples of my work.

knowledge@ASB: Spilling the Bilderberg Secrets PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 October 2011 00:00

The shape of the world we live in is substantially influenced by the prevailing views of 120 attendees of the annual Bilderberg Conference. Since 1954, the world’s power elite has been gathering to chew the fat on big issues at the controversial three-day private meetings. Outcomes are rarely discussed. However, management professor Andrew Kakabadse, a visiting scholar at the Australian School of Business, secured interviews with 13 Bilderberg participants. In a new book, he concludes that the covert events raise more questions than they answer, and for the exclusive invitees they are a lip-sealing "psychological aphrodisiac".


Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 October 2011 21:59
Estates Gazette: Post Game Analysis Sydney PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bierach   
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 23:30

As the London Olympic Legacy Team searches for post-game operators for the Stratford Park, previous venues face mixed fortunes. Barbara Bierach and Wolfgang Mueller look at how Sydney is developing its Olympic Park.

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Last Updated on Monday, 28 January 2013 22:03
knowledge@ASB: Insurance Taxes - Why Australian Householders Go Undercover PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 28 September 2011 00:03

Following a sequence of natural disasters, insurance cover is a burning hot topic Australia-wide, not least because taxpayers are now paying the one-off flood levy on their latest return. Almost one in four Australian residential properties has no house or contents insurance cover. For property owners, the disincentive is double-priced premiums overloaded with taxes, duties and levies, says Michael Sherris, a professor of Actuarial Studies at the Australian School of Business. While alternatives such as mandatory home insurance and a national disaster insurance scheme are being debated, experts are contemplating a mutual organisation with lower capital needs for the short term.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 September 2011 00:06
Knowledge@Australian School of Business: Disasters Down Under - Why Reinsurers are Heeding the Call of Catastrophe PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 22 June 2011 02:03

From earthquakes to extensive floods and a cyclone, the recent sequence of disasters in Australia and New Zealand has left thousands of people reeling. Insurers and reinsurers were also rocked by extensive claims, but reports that companies now may shun South Pacific markets are greatly exaggerated, not least because the catastrophes raised public awareness of the need for insurance. With their sights on new business and greater profits, big reinsurers are actually moving down under. And, Michael Sherris, a professor of Actuarial Studies at the Australian School of Business, predicts it's just the beginning. More newcomers can be expected as the industry adjusts its models and finds ways to recapitalise.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 June 2011 02:06

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