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Our political donations disclosure regime is so opaque we don’t really know who's paying how much and what they get in return, writes Lindy Edwards.

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UNSW and Sydney Airport have announced a suite of nine new prizes for top performing students in aviation and business, cementing relationships between the two leading Sydney institutions.

Same-sex marriage

There are potential long-term economic consequences if Australia fails to legalise same-sex marriage, writes Mark Humphery-Jenner.

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This is a budget riddled with shabby timing tricks masquerading as good economic policy, writes Richard Holden.

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ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr should sign no contracts until after the election, keeping options open while Canberra takes stock of where it is going, writes Jenny Stewart.

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The key economic news this week focussed on what the United States Federal Reserve did with interest rates, and what the Reserve Bank of Australia is likely to do, writes Richard Holden.

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When you are punting on this year’s Melbourne Cup, spare a thought for Australian export businesses making big bets on international markets in the Asian region, writes Tim Harcourt.

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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He took Greece and Europe to the brink of economic disaster. Now again at his country's helm, Alex Tsipras just may be the perfect leader to steer Greece through its troubles, argues Richard Holden.  

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Students at UNSW's Business School will soon have access to career advice from alumni across the globe via a new online platform.

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