UNSW Business School

Indonesia Australia diplomacy

Despite the dominance of security issues and geopolitics in the media, on the business side of things Indonesia and Australia are long-standing economic partners, writes Tim Harcourt.

fighter jet

Australia's tax system can help create an economic shift towards a sustainable innovation pipeline, writes Alex Evans.


The UNSW Business School will bring together top entrepreneurs in Jakarta this week to share insights into the future of business in Indonesia.

horse racing crowd

When you are punting on this year’s Melbourne Cup, spare a thought for Australian export businesses making big bets on international markets in the Asian region, writes Tim Harcourt.

Cayman Islands

John Taylor explores whether investing in hedge funds in tax havens is both legal and ethical.

Retirement plan

Super still leads but researchers are considering the alternatives​.


A reasonable level of workplace pressure can lift performance, UNSW research shows.

Anthony Asher

In his new book, Working Ethically in Finance: Clarifying our Vocation, UNSW Business School Associate Professor Anthony Asher looks at ethics in terms of virtues, or values, and finds an aspiration to integrity is universal. Asher speaks with Julian Lorkin for BusinessThink.


Widespread speculation that other banks will follow Westpac’s interest rate rise is already having a dampening effect on house prices, says UNSW's Nigel Stapledon.

Owen Walsh

UNSW student Owen Walsh has helped launch October as Australia’s inaugural Indigenous Business Month, taking part in a panel discussion at Customs House in Sydney.