UNSW Business

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The dark side of 'financialisation' is well-known. But it's not all bad news.

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Without greater urgency on vaccinations, Australia's full economic recovery is still at least nine months away.

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There's a growing push among businesses, including the finance sector, to protect the climate and nature.

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New rules will allow insolvent small businesses to keep trading rather than go straight into administration.

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UNSW Sydney plays a key role in developing a new accounting framework for recognising the ocean’s benefits beyond economic growth and employment.

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UNSW leads the ARWU subject rankings, appearing in 52 research disciplines and topping the nation for subjects ranked number one in Australia.

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Competition in the marketplace for ideas is different to competition in the market for ordinary goods and services. Bad ideas don't necessarily get trashed.

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Among the highest UNSW honourees are a current Deputy Vice-Chancellor and a prominent alumna recognised for her leadership in philanthropy and business.

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Much of what we now think is obvious about politics and economics was worked out by Alberto Alesina.

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If deregulation is to aid Australia's economic recovery then businesses must work with the government to effect real change in society, explains UNSW Business School's Pamela Hanrahan.

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