UNSW Business School

High School students

The skills children learn at school have dramatic implications for their own future and the nation's productivity, living standards and income inequality.

David Goad (left) and Stephen Porges (right) at the UNSW Business Innovation Conference 2019.

Artificial intelligence has changed the way that people do business, but does it mean that it will eliminate jobs?

Holiday shopping season

Flash sales have pitted retailers against each other and irreversibly changed Australian consumer behaviour, says UNSW Business School lecturer, Veronica Jiang.

Westpac

Board directors of our biggest companies simply aren't equipped to take on management. An idea floated 50 years ago could help.

Professor Michael Sherris

Professor Michael Sherris from the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies provides his insights on the potential impact of bushfires on insurance premiums and the implications of underinsurance.

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With two growing businesses, entrepreneur and UNSW Business School student Frances Atkins is defying the reality that start-up funding goes mostly to men.

childcare

High income families could get up to $1,080 per year, others $618, but it could still be worthwhile.

Sydney smoke

Smoke haze appears to make it hard for participants in financial markets to make the right decisions. The finding has far-reaching implications.

NDIS wheelchair

The government has announced several 'practical changes' to the NDIS. While these edge the scheme in the right direction, some impracticalities continue to underpin it.

Mark Humphery-Jenner: How will the Consumer Data Right legislation impact your finances?

The Consumer Data Right legislation will facilitate transportation of data. However will it lead to greater competition amongst financial products in Australia?

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