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A striking feature of the report is the relatively brief treatment of ‘green’ technologies.

In this photo illustration the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) logo seen displayed on a smartphone

UNSW has a wide range of experts available for comment on COP26.

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When COVID-19 struck, Australia’s Treasury didn’t have the luxury of years of work, refinement and debate to develop JobKeeper. It had to perform battlefield surgery.

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Hybrid workplaces have benefits – and challenges – for different people, just like offices do. Everyone needs to be catered for, say UNSW Business School academics.

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Businesses facing pressing issues like COVID-19 and climate change need to innovate, and so do business schools, say experts drawn from industry and research.

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Competition in the marketplace for ideas is different to competition in the market for ordinary goods and services. Bad ideas don't necessarily get trashed.

Adjunct Professor Michael Traill AM

UNSW Business School Adjunct Professor and prominent social investment backer Michael Traill says super fund capital could be used for the aged care, education and housing sectors.

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Discussion of immigration during the election campaign amounts to nothing but scaremongering, says Adjunct Professor Raja Junankar.

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Statistics on women in management are in drastic need of change, says a UNSW Business School student.

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Jessica Cong says working for local NGOs gives valuable insight into how the skills she is developing at university can be applied in unique real-world situations.

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