UNSW Business School research has found there is little to no correlation for recruiters between a job candidate’s social media profile and potential on-the-job performance or retention levels.
A legal expert explains when AI can be entrusted to assume tasks currently performed by humans, and when it should complement workers.
After federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg recently talked up the benefits of a potential COVID-19 baby boom, two UNSW economists examine the economic merits of having more children.
Their big contribution was that auctions aren't just auctions. How an auction is designed matters enormously for what it does.
Building on the strengths of the existing Bachelor of Commerce, the redesigned degree will equip the next generation of business professionals with skills to thrive in a post-COVID world.
Neurodiversity and veteran hiring initiatives and partnerships can truly diversify recruitment and introduce powerful skillsets to organisations.
Research by UNSW economist has found that Sweden’s coronavirus infection rates could have been reduced had its policymakers adopted stricter containment policies.
With the government taking on record debt in a bid to pull Australia out of recession, infrastructure-related spending must be carefully managed, says UNSW Business School.
When borders reopen, expanded pathways for refugee admission could help both displaced people and strengthen the Australian community, says a UNSW Law expert.
The government has brought forward planned tax cuts. And while some say we shouldn't be cutting taxes during a recession, the plan has its merits.