Business & Law

Tablet screen showing Google search

Just because a tech company has a big share of the market doesn't mean it has the power to keep it.

Fishermen in the Cook Islands

If only 1% of the Pacific’s population was permitted to work permanently in Australia, this would bring more benefits to the region than Australia’s annual aid contribution.

Google building in California

It's the biggest monopolisation case since a 1998 lawsuit against Microsoft. But it may be several years before a settlement of any kind is reached

Mary-Anne Williams

Mary-Anne Williams, distinguished research professor and expert in innovation and enterprise, has been named the Michael Crouch Chair in Innovation.

1971 Holden Mercury Silver ute

There's a strong case for more strategic local manufacturing. There's little case for making cars and trains in Australia.

Young baker mixing dough

The new system will direct money to employers who actually create jobs.

Person holding iphone with focus on social media apps in folder.

UNSW Business School research has found there is little to no correlation for recruiters between a job candidate’s social media profile and potential on-the-job performance or retention levels.

A person working on a robot.

A legal expert explains when AI can be entrusted to assume tasks currently performed by humans, and when it should complement workers.

Child standing behind window looking out with mask on holding teddy which also has a mask on.

After federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg recently talked up the benefits of a potential COVID-19 baby boom, two UNSW economists examine the economic merits of having more children.

digital art of auction gavel

Their big contribution was that auctions aren't just auctions. How an auction is designed matters enormously for what it does.

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