Public confidence will be shaken if it becomes acceptable for governments to jack up taxes because they don’t approve of previous policies, writes Richard Holden.
Some Australian clothing brands have signed a new initiative to improve conditions in Bangladeshi factories, while other brands are conspicuously absent, writes Justine Nolan.
If Australia wants to defend its place in the global higher education market, it will need to find new ways to attract Asian students, writes Geoffrey Garrett.
The celebrity factor of William and Kate is part of the story behind waning republican support, but the bigger problem lies within republicans' own ranks, writes George Williams.
Tax administrators, academics and practitioners from around the globe will discuss emerging trends and challenges in tax administration.
The government's new Franchising Code of Conduct leaves many of the fundamental problems affecting franchisees unfixed, and is a lost opportunity for reform, writes Jenny Buchan.
A series of UNSW workshops on the regulatory issues surrounding the Libor scandal will culminate in a major international meeting to coincide with November’s G20 Leaders Summit in Brisbane.
Western Australia’s Senate election re-run shows once again the need to reform the process by which senators are chosen, writes George Williams.
Australia’s relationship with China can progress to a new level if China agrees to sign a free trade agreement during the federal governmen's trade mission, Australian School of Business economist Tim Harcourt says.
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