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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the federal government budget announcements in October.

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Experts, and not those with deep pockets or connections, should be charged with making the decisions that affect us all.

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the federal government budget announcement.

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UNSW psychology researchers have shown how to better communicate key messages and avoid misinformation.

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Stock shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic are about more than just panic buying or labour shortages in supply chains, says UNSW Business School's Professor Jack Cadeaux

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With the government taking on record debt in a bid to pull Australia out of recession, infrastructure-related spending must be carefully managed, says UNSW Business School.

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The focus on economic recovery will be an opportunity for unions and employers to initiate major change, says UNSW economist.

Government stimulus package

The Australian federal Government has announced multiple billion dollar stimulus packages as well as quantitative easing. But where is all this money coming from and who is going to pay for it?

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Academic and industrial research that is properly funded and well coordinated contributes to quality of life and economic prosperity.

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Governments need to consider the context in which their policies are implemented if they want to avoid large-scale failures like the pink batts scheme, according to academics from UNSW Canberra.

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