UNSW Business School

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Education needs a rethink, say Isabella Dobrescu and Alberto Motta, both Associate Professors of Economics at UNSW Sydney. Learning must fit into our lives as a bold experience that is interactive and fun, they say.

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Adjusting tax brackets in line with inflation would ensure voters who wanted more government spending would also have to vote for more tax.

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A tighter labour market than in the past is now needed to drive real wages growth.

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The AFR Most Employable University has been awarded to UNSW, with a record-breaking 42 students listed in the Top100 Future Leaders Competition.

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For many small businesses the past month has been the most difficult period of the pandemic. Australia needs a better plan to help more survive.

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Several things need to happen to ensure the metaverse is a free, decentralised creators’ economy, writes UNSW Business School’s Eric Lim.

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There’s no reason why Australian lenders couldn’t offer 30-year fixed-rate mortgages, as they do in the US.

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While men and women experience disability at similar rates, men are more likely to be diagnosed with disabilities more readily supported by the NDIS.

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Stock shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic are about more than just panic buying or labour shortages in supply chains, says UNSW Business School's Professor Jack Cadeaux

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The case for the RBA increasing interest rates certainly exists. But it’s far less pressing than in the United States.

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