Business & Law

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While the jury is still out on whether Australia will experience a ‘great resignation’, another trend is already sweeping through the ranks of women, says a UNSW Business School academic. 

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There are no measures to prevent Russian market participants from using cryptocurrencies to dodge economic sanctions, says UNSW Business School's Elvira Sojli.

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Facing allegations about breaching anti-money laundering laws, Crown casino needs to prove it deserves a licence to operate, says UNSW Business School’s Anil Hargovan. 

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Women should be given incentives to work in Parliament, rather than being forced to leave, says new report.

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the federal government budget announcement.

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Australia’s GDP was up 3.4 per cent last quarter of 2021, on the back of pent-up consumer spending. Other factors must drive future growth.

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For the first time since World War II, a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council has employed force to appropriate territory of another UN Member State.

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There are ways suppliers can resist the demands of more powerful companies and treat their people better, says UNSW Business School's Maggie Dong.

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International human rights expert addresses whether an amendment to the Sex Discrimination Act is a threat to religious freedom.

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