BlackBerry use is on the rise and the way people are using this palm-sized email device is having a significant impact, according to UNSW research.
Ken Cowley now has a qualification to match his status in the Australian business community.
A UNSW academic will tell this week's ATAX 8th international tax administration conference that Australia needs simpler small business tax laws.
Dr Elizabeth Carson, from the School of Accounting, is the first person outside the USA to receive the American Accounting Association Auditing Section Outstanding Dissertation Award for 2008.
Australia's High Court came under the microscope at the 2008 Gilbert +Tobin Centre of Public Law's Constitutional Law Conference.
A team of UNSW law students will travel to the US to compete in an international law moot court competition.
The AGSM Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program has been ranked as the leading full time MBA in Australia and among the top 40 MBAs worldwide in the Financial Times (UK) 2008 rankings.
Three UNSW Law students have defeated teams from 16 universities to win a prestigious international negotiation and arbitration competition held in Japan.
New research to be presented at a UNSW Gender Equity Forum reveals that female directors have a significant impact on the effectiveness of a board, despite arguments that tokenism drives their selection.
A communication system that removes the need to wire buildings separately for Internet and intercoms has won an annual business pitching competition organised by UNSW.