Whether via a submarine or a whale, spying is a violation of state sovereignty, says Professor Natalie Klein from UNSW Law.
Negative gearing distorts the tax system and is skewed in favour of higher incomes, says UNSW Business School tax expert Dr Ann Kayis-Kumar.
Policies proposed for the federal election risk making a bad situation worse, says UNSW Business School's Jonathan Reeves.
Profit incentives might prevent banks following the lead of the Reserve Bank when it next cuts rates.
A former investment treaty between India and Australia allows for a legal claim if the mine doesn’t go ahead, but this shouldn’t deter a federal government, says a UNSW Law researcher.
Discussion of immigration during the election campaign amounts to nothing but scaremongering, says Adjunct Professor Raja Junankar.
It ought to be possible to replace Australia's minimum wage with a higher "living wage" without putting people our of work, but more will be needed.
Australian policymakers should respect the economic independence of Pacific nations, says Tim Harcourt.
When the Reserve Bank considers the numbers around inflation, it knows it has little choice but to act, says Professor Richard Holden.
The UNSW interdisciplinary team created a service for GPs to help them efficiently find suitable community care for their patients.