ethics

Susan Dodds

UNSW’s Arts & Social Sciences Dean, Susan Dodds, gave a Festival of Dangerous Ideas audience food for thought on how to better support the most vulnerable people in our society.

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The man known as the most popular professor in the world had some challenges for UNSW audiences.

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Digitial imaging has become an essential part of medical practice but we still don't have the right legislation to ensure legal and ethical protections, write Adrian Dyer, Jair Garcia and Ted Rohr.

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Customers who are angry are more likely to behave unethically, no matter how high the stakes, writes Nitika Garg.

asylum seekers

The Australian system's lack of transparency is helping perpetuate ongoing human rights abuses and what amounts to torture in remote offshore detention centres, write ethicists including UNSW's John-Paul Saggaran in a special issue of the Journal of Medical Ethics.

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Enshrining the objective of superannuation in legislation could have unintended consequences, writes Anthony Asher.

Cayman Islands

John Taylor explores whether investing in hedge funds in tax havens is both legal and ethical.

Anthony Asher

In his new book, Working Ethically in Finance: Clarifying our Vocation, UNSW Business School Associate Professor Anthony Asher looks at ethics in terms of virtues, or values, and finds an aspiration to integrity is universal. Asher speaks with Julian Lorkin for BusinessThink.

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A pill a day can prevent HIV, but there’s no guarantee Australians will get access to this life saving drug anytime soon, writes Bridget Haire.

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A cognitively enhanced society is neither inevitable nor unobjectionable, write Emma A Jane and Nicole A Vincent.

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