Business & Law

Pat Anderson AO, Alfred 'Pop Alfie Neal', Noel Pearson and Professor Megan Davis in Yarrabah Queensland.

Aboriginal Land Councils and First Nations community representatives from across Australia are urging for a referendum in the first term of the new parliament.

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Future CEOs will require extra skills to successfully manage themselves and their organisations, says UNSW Business School’s Frederik Anseel.

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Boosting customers’ self-perceived physical attractiveness has a marked impact on their purchasing behaviours, according to research from UNSW Business School.

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin leave a devastating environmental footprint

The use of cryptos like Bitcoin has a significant environmental impact, and sustainability needs to be a pressing concern alongside the economic benefits they generate, says a UNSW Business School expert.

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The federal government’s expanded first home loan deposit scheme will help those who qualify, at the expense of those who don’t.

A Public Trustee building in Redcliffe, Queensland.

Criticisms of the Public Trustee in Queensland deserve investigation but there are broader issues to consider, says a UNSW expert in succession law.

A user scans face using facial recognition system on smartphone for identification

Businesses must develop ethical, socially responsible, trustworthy, and sustainable data business models to protect consumers' privacy in an increasingly AI-driven world, say UNSW Business School experts.

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The Court’s decision represents narrow understanding of accountability, the role of courts, and ignores children’s positionality in society.

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The ICAO is responsible for setting standards for international aviation and doesn’t frequently settle disputes between nations.

Bernardo García Pola

There are no jobs on a dead planet, so we must find a way for capitalism and the environment to coexist in harmony.

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