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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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Several solutions can help to mitigate the demand and need for wages to be linked to inflation, writes UNSW Business School's Mark Humphrey-Jenner.

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What are the key seats and issues affecting Australians? Six experts tell us what to expect in Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania and New South Wales.

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There's a lot individuals can do to trigger action on climate change, UNSW researchers say.

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Nation-building is hard, but the alternative is worse. In the wake of Sudan’s coup, the rest of the world needs to act fast, before it is too late.

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Only 7 per cent of Australia’s federal MPs have backgrounds in science. What would it look like if they were a majority?

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According to this theory, our social and political views can be impacted not only by the sex of our children, but also whether we have more male or female relatives.

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There's a sort-of natural law that ensures that where there are electorates some votes count more than others.

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UNSW’s Dr Mark Rolfe supports the independent funding model proposed by ICAC for a national anti-corruption body.

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