Professor Peter Shergold of the Centre for Social Impact argues good corporate behaviour is needed now more than ever, if businesses are to survive into the future.
Corporations should be managed for long-term value rather than quarter-by-quarter, said SingTel Group chief Chua Sock Koong, at the first Meet the CEO event for 2009.
Former High Court Justice Michael Kirby has taken up an appointment as a Distinguished Visiting Professor in UNSW's Law Faculty.
Restoring faith in the banking system is a prerequisite for sustained economic recovery from the global financial crisis, writes Professor Fariborz Moshirian of the Australian School of Business.
A survey in the Australian Indigenous Law Review finds most governments have failed calls for mandatory responses to coronial recommendations. The journal is published by UNSW's Indigenous Law Centre.
The corporate regulator needs additional powers to investigate suspicious trading and 'rumourtrage' as soon as it's detected, argues Janet Austin from the Australian School of Business.
The Rudd Government must act swiftly if a United Nations committee finds the Northern Territory intervention is racist, UNSW law professor George Williams says.
Australian School of Business PhD student Najeeb Memon hopes his award-winning research will help reduce tax evasion and corruption in his home country of Pakistan.
The AGSM MBA Program has been ranked as the leading full-time MBA in Australia and 32nd in the world in the Financial Times' (UK) 2009 course rankings.
Waterflows could be restored at the mouth of the Murray-Darling for less than a fifth of the billions spent so far on environmental programs.