Business & Law

Business woman accounting

There is a solution to help individuals and businesses better manage the cost of tax advice – but it does not involve a cap on deductions, says a UNSW Business School expert.

Iraq War protestors

We judge the competency of politicians by what they say and do. This creates perverse incentives for even competent politicians to refuse to admit mistakes.

People in an office environment with their hands placed together in a circle

The focus on economic recovery will be an opportunity for unions and employers to initiate major change, says UNSW economist.

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Dr Marc De Leeuw uses a philosophers lens to investigate Law, life and the presuppositions we work with. For example, does nature have a right to life?

trade deal

Australian exporters want a trade agreement with the UK as well as the EU, says international trade expert.

Fitbit watch

The watchdog has voiced concerns over the proposed US$2.1 billion merger, from which both users and Australian health services could lose out.

High Court judges

There is a vacuum within the legal profession that allows sexist, racist and other troubling conduct to go unaddressed. This must change.

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Business leaders looking to better inform their decision-making processes should look to evidence-based management’s four-step framework to improve commercial outcomes, says a UNSW Business School expert 

Jules Kim, Zahra Stardust and Cameron Cox standing outside in front of the Harbour Bridge

Sex workers face barriers to justice in sexual assault trials, and decriminalisation is necessary to enable sex workers to access legal redress, a UNSW law expert says.

Murray Darling basin

China felt the Murray Darling Basin Plan was about more than the environment. It wanted to know how much more.

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