The United States is laying the foundation for an Asia-Pacific century that looks quite different from what most Australians imagined in the carnage of the GFC, writes Geoffrey Garrett.
An online tool that tracks international regulatory developments in the aftermath of the GFC and aims to be the most comprehensive of its kind, has been launched by UNSW Law.
OPINION: Without higher standards of international accountability, banks will continue to see punishment for breaking the law as simply the price of doing business, warns Professor Justin O'Brien in The Conversation.
Investment banker Peter Mason is the new chairman of Australia’s Centre for International Finance and Regulation, hosted by UNSW.
The International Monetary Fund has commended Australia's response to the GFC. Speaking at UNSW, the IMF's Deputy has given a positive reading of the global economy.
Poor countries in South-East Asia could experience a spike in HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths due to the effects of the global economic crisis, UNSW research has found.