Business & Law

UNSW Business School Alumnus Michael Liang launches Culturestride, an online video platform enabling students to learn Chinese by connecting with teachers based in China.

UNSW Business School alumnus Michael Liang has launched Culturestride - an online video platform enabling students to learn Chinese by connecting with teachers based in China.

UNSW Pro Vice-Chancellor Megan Davis.

UNSW Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Professor Megan Davis says the Uluru Statement from the Heart provides a roadmap to resolving the heated Australia Day debate. 

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The idea that central banks should shift their mandates to take account of climate risks confuses ends and means.

Supporting women's economic empowerment in developing countries

UNSW Business School has secured funding from the Australia-ASEAN Council (AAC) to help enable women’s economic empowerment and financial inclusion in developing communities. 

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UNSW Business School secures funding to strengthen relationships with countries of Southeast Asia.

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Technological change has always destroyed jobs. But now automation and artificial intelligence are drying up the options for those displaced.

UNSW Tax Clinic

Businesses and people affected by the crisis, including emergency support workers, can ask the UNSW Tax Clinic for guidance.

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Professor Rosalind Dixon is a Professor of Law at UNSW and has conducted extensive research on fragile democracies. Professor Dixon is also interested in economic equality and has recently co-developed the Australian Carbon Dividend Plan, a universal carbon tax that compensates citizens rather th

To what extent do you value convenience?

Consumer demand for convenience and time efficiency has pushed businesses to think outside the box and offer a wider range of services to make their products more accessible. However, would you pay extra for convenience?

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Strata title is the fastest growing property title in Australia today, which means more and more of us have questions to ask. UNSW Law Associate Professor Cathy Sherry has the answers.