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The Reserve Bank has limitless access to Australian dollars and a reputation to protect.

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Teachers from UNSW Business School, Engineering and Medicine & Health have been awarded citations for outstanding contributions to student learning at the 2020 Australian Awards for University Teaching.

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As the SEC investigates social media posts for GameStop manipulation, UNSW Business School's Mark Humphery-Jenner says it is important to remember that market manipulation is illegal.

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By making products seem more tangible, AR technology can significantly impact customer decision-making, shows UNSW Business School research.

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Compromises were reached and reputations suffered. Who ultimately won the social media showdown?

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Purpose-led leadership helps managers navigate difficult times, and can also help leaders celebrate the things that go well, says UNSW Business School's Leisa Sargent

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Facebook’s botched takedown of content publishers yesterday will likely have serious reputational and commercial consequences for the social media platform, says UNSW Business School’s Rob Nicholls. 

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There has been a decline in the number of retail investors that own ASX shares directly over the past three years, shows new research by UNSW Business School's Professor Carole Comerton-Forde.

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Some significant issues need to be resolved before Tesla can accept Bitcoin as a legitimate method of payment, says UNSW Business School's Mark Humphery-Jenner.

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Research highlights the need for regulators, consumer advocate groups and industry associations to be involved in determining what insurers can – and cannot – discriminate against.

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