The services sector is poised to reap significant gains from the China-Australia free trade deal, writes Laurey Pearcey.
Thousands of children whose parents are unemployed will be excluded from early childhood services if the government accepts draft recommendations of the Productivity Commission, UNSW research has found.
For the 25 million people of Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, Ebola is not just an epidemiological terror, it is also a socioeconomic disaster, write Paul Munro and Greg van der Horst.
The G20 Leader’s Summit is in many ways a company retreat, and is about as hackable as a dinner party, write Tom Apperley and Robbie Fordyce.
While it’s tempting to dismiss conspiracy theorists as a loopy minority, on a growing range of issues they in fact make up a loud and vocal majority, write Emma A. Jane and Chris Fleming.
With youth unemployment hitting its highest rate in a decade, UNSW and the Citi Foundation have joined forces to identify better pathways to employment and education for disadvantaged young people.
A database developed at UNSW aims to identify the estimated 6,000 Irish-born enlistments in the Australian Army during WWI.
As our major trading partners expand their legal procurement-linked industry policies, Australia is swimming against the tide by voluntarily abandoning its own, writes Elizabeth Thurbon.
Arthritis is the second leading cause of disability in Australia with many sufferers so severely disabled they cannot engage in basic everyday activities, UNSW research has found.
Instead of banning burqas and niqabs from Parliament, politicians should embrace the garments, which would allow them to sleep and eat their ear wax undetected, writes Geoffrey Brahm Levey.