Rosalind Dixon

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What if we were part-paid in something that was like shares in the firm we worked for, except better? It might give us better pay rises.

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Professor Rosalind Dixon is a Professor of Law at UNSW. One of her current research areas is constitutional law. She has conducted extensive research on fragile democracies, such as Hungary and Nicaragua, as well as democratic backsliding.

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It is possible to both tax carbon emissions and enrich households. A report released by UNSW Sydney outlines how.

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The new Member for Wentworth, Kerryn Phelps, helped present the climate policy, which taxes carbon dioxide emissions and compensates all Australian households.

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We are getting closer to being able to apply private sector rigour to the examination of public sector projects with social benefits.

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Attacks on neoliberalism, even for the right reasons, risk throwing out what is good about liberalism.

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The citizenship troubles that rocked the Labor Party this week are not all good news for the government, writes Rosalind Dixon.

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The Grand Challenge on Inequality has hit the ground running, with a student-led hackathon, a giant book club and a range of events locked in for 2017.

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Inequality is at the heart of much of the world's political and social upheaval, according to the leads of UNSW's latest Grand Challenge. 

Law

The new judicial appointments to the highest courts of Australia and the United States will bring more continuity than change to their respective courts, writes Rosalind Dixon.

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