Business & Law

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When borders reopen, expanded pathways for refugee admission could help both displaced people and strengthen the Australian community, says a UNSW Law expert.

2020 Federal Budget report

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.

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UNSW has academic experts available to comment on the Federal Government budget announcement.

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The closer to the election you can drop a bombshell, the better, right? Not necessarily.

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Business risks, innovation, customer engagement and the need to become truly “omnichannel” will be critical factors in adapting to the new normal, says UNSW Business School. 

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The new State Environmental Planning Policy has caused quite a stir politically, but a UNSW Law academic says not much is changing.

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New rules will allow insolvent small businesses to keep trading rather than go straight into administration.

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On the 20th anniversary of the Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law, the former foundation director reflects on its first-ever project.

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The current economic crisis has exposed the decay in Australia’s manufacturing capability and highlighted the need for increased investment in innovation.

Baby socks filled with money

They not only direct tax-free income to children, but also to children who are yet to be born.

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