A UNSW Sydney scientist explains some of the psychological processes that influence our decision making around home insurance and climate change.
Road transport has one of the worst safety records in Australia and a range of steps that must be taken to address this, says UNSW Business School's Michael Quinlan.
New research finds there are several steps insurers can take to improve the way they assess and manage the impacts of climate change on the community.
UNSW researchers have for the first time shown that prolonged exposure to extreme volatility in financial markets may distort a trader’s perceptions, making them potentially blind to risk.
Scientific uncertainty around the 2014 Ebola outbreak forced Australian healthcare workers to decide for themselves the risks they were prepared to take to treat patients, UNSW research shows.
Research from UNSW's Business School suggests many people may be misreading information from their superannuation fund, leading to confusion about investment risk.
How much capital insurance companies are required to hold is crucial not only for policyholders and shareholders but economies more broadly. But how much is too much?
We are living through "the most excitingly disruptive time", says Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull, and we must view it as an opportunity if the nation is to prosper.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull will join UNSW Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs in a public event exploring how best to manage risk in life, politics, business, climate change and medicine.
Opiate substitution treatments can help reduce the risk of HIV transmission in people who inject drugs, researchers say.