Business & Law

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The constitutional text on dual citizenship that has proved so significant more than a century later, was a last minute change that was drafted in private and accepted out of weariness, writes Hal Colebatch.

Law book

Malcolm Turnbull's suggestion that "too many kids do law" has merit, writes Rosalind Dixon.

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Failure is part of the human condition and an important life skill that builds resilience. It is important to understand how to learn from it, writes Ray Steinwall.
 

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As the casualties mount from Australia’s dual citizenship crisis, the focus remains on our leaders’ political fortunes. What is missing is an appreciation of the broader impact, writes George Williams.

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With 2018 likely to see US and Australian interest rates diverge, Australian investors are on the lookout for nascent signs of inflation, writes Richard Holden.

tax

Cutting company tax rates can help to redress economic inequality and deserves political support, writes Richard Holden.

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UNSW Business School has become the first Australian member of the Global Network for Advanced Management, a network of top business schools committed to educating global leaders.

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AGSM @ UNSW Business School is Australia's leading graduate school of management and among the world’s top 100, according to the latest Financial Times (UK) 2018 Global MBA Rankings.

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The World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in the Swiss resort town of Davos has become a bit like the Academy Awards but it remains important for the Australian economy, writes Richard Holden.

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Cryptocurrencies could lead to significant losses in tax revenue, write Richard Holden and Anup Malani.

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