Business & Law

A man uses credit card while on his laptop

There is no major online marketplace operating in Australia that sets a commendable standard for respecting consumers’ data privacy. Letting customers opt out of data tracking would be a good start.

Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe

The independence of Australia’s central bank doesn’t make it infallible. It should welcome peer review.

man looking out onto the water

That no Australian government in almost a decade has successfully brought this policy to a formal close is astonishing. In fact, Australia ceased transferring new arrivals offshore in 2014.

people look in amazement at a crystal ball

Ironically, it is the “ivory-tower” economists who tend to do the most interesting, and valuable, work.

Portrait of a young woman wearing a white protective face mask

A new research review suggests people’s psychological immune system is strong enough to overcome the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

people looking for jobs on their devices

Automation is set to put a lot of people out of work - but machine learning could help them find their next career.

Freelancer looking for work on laptop

Researchers at UTS and UNSW Sydney have developed a machine learning-based method that can identify and recommend jobs to workers looking for a new role.

A 'Black Widow' poster at Arndale shopping centre in Manchester, UK.

In true ‘Avengers’ style, Scarlett Johansson is suing Disney for a fair pay day, and setting a precedent for other Hollywood actors.

Emeritus Professor Hal Wootten AC QC, founding Dean of UNSW Law & Justice

Emeritus Professor Hal Wootten passed away during the night of 27 July, leaving behind a world where the law can finally meet justice.

Man making a speech. Photo: Shutterstock

The key to creating trust in leadership is being clear in your communication – even when you don’t have all the answers, says a UNSW Business School expert. 

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