Mark Humphery-Jenner

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There has been widespread conjecture about the allegation against Christian Porter, but the court considering his claim that he was defamed by the ABC will have very specific questions to consider.

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As the SEC investigates social media posts for GameStop manipulation, UNSW Business School's Mark Humphery-Jenner says it is important to remember that market manipulation is illegal.

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Some significant issues need to be resolved before Tesla can accept Bitcoin as a legitimate method of payment, says UNSW Business School's Mark Humphery-Jenner.

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Short selling is a crucial part of markets and regulators must examine the real impact of short selling on market efficiency before trying to restrict it, says UNSW Business School's Mark Humphery-Jenner.

UNSW Business Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner and UNSW Law Professor Lyria Bennett Moses , and Law student Sanjay Alapakkam

Influential UNSW academics and student featured as finalists in the 2020 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards.

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused the most extensive disruption in decades to economies, with far-reaching consequences.

Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner, School of Banking and Finance, UNSW Business School.

Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner says overconfident executives are more likely to be appointed as CEOs and that it is important for succession planning to involve both internal executives and external candidates.

A government bailout isn’t economically viable because Virgin Australia does not satisfy a number of conditions. Photo: Shutterstock

While a second airline is valuable to provide competition for Qantas, a government bailout of Virgin is not desirable. 

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The 1918 Spanish Flu, the 1957-1958 Asian Flu and the 2001-2002 SARS pandemic give us a frame of reference.

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Westpac shareholders at its AGM are unlikely to find any clear answers in its financial report, because such reports are increasingly confusing.

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