As the terms-of-trade boom unwinds, Australia needs an enterprise-friendly push for productivity growth and competitiveness. But the fundamental lessons of the past appear to have been forgotten, writes Wolfgang Kasper.
Provision of affordable housing cannot be left to the market: it requires a commitment of government at all levels to develop well-integrated and properly funded policies, write Bill Randolph, Hal Pawson and Vivienne Milligan.
UNSW experts are available over the summer break to comment on subjects ranging from terrorism, cyberbullying and road safety, to binge eating, grandparent carers and the year ahead in economics.
In class actions where there is substantial risk, the challenge is to ensure lawyers fees are charged in an appropriate manner that is fair to both lawyer and client, writes Michael Legg
If we want to secure Australia’s future prosperity, challenging the stereotype of the scientist as a man in a white lab coat is a good place to start, writes Veena Sahajwalla.
A dynamic duo from UNSW Law has won the Nelson Mandela World Human Rights Moot Court Competition in Geneva.
The ATAR results are in, you’ve chosen your degree, but still have a few questions? Come along to UNSW’s Info Day on Tuesday, 6 January 2015.
Arts patron and architect Penelope Seidler has funded the first Chair in the Practice of Architecture at UNSW, to be held by Pritzker Prize-winner Glenn Murcutt.
Feeling queasy? How about deceitful? New research shows feelings of disgust can encourage unethical, self-interested behaviours, writes Lisa A Williams.
This atypical and aberrant case is not a good basis for launching yet more interference with the Bail Act, writes Nicholas Cowdery.