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Time to panic, or time to chill: which is it on global equities markets, asks Richard Holden.


If Tehran lies about its treatment of Baha’is, who can trust it on its nuclear agreement, writes Fariborz Moshirian.


A huge proportion of Australia's richest people are amassing their wealth via political connections rather than via business innovation, write Paul Frijters and Gigi Foster.

China stock market crash

The Chinese stock market has moved into an irrational mode, says Fariborz Moshirian from the UNSW Business School. The question is, what next?


Smart infrastructure makes digital payment networks like Bitcoin a potential market force.


There's no shortage of bosses behaving badly but there's a good explanation for it and a simple test can sort out who is likely to resort to abuse.


​​​​​​​​It's good business to support staff who also have a caring role outside of the workplace, research is showing.


Imagine a work environment where you can never take anything at face value. It may sound exhausting, yet it's integral to a modern auditor's reality.​

experimental economics

The experimental method has established itself firmly as a key tool in economists’ toolbox, writes Andreas Ortmann.

Global finance

Gripped by Grexit? Shocked by Shanghai shares? A new Australia-first undergraduate course in Global Finance, designed for students with no prior knowledge of finance, could be for you.