Business & Law

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There are a number of definitive ways Australia can improve innovation and onshore manufacturing while leveraging offshore capability and reducing supply chain risks.

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A new study sheds light on exactly how workplaces are changing during COVID-19, and the steps business leaders can take to ensure employees adapt effectively.

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Our heavier reliance on technology has allowed malicious actors the opportunity to exploit individuals and businesses, say UNSW cyber experts.

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Australia’s $300 billion coronavirus deficit has been called 'eye-watering' and may take decades to pay back, but who exactly is Australia in debt to?

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Australia's higher education sector needs significant reform to remove the perverse incentives that have made universities dependent on revenue from international students.

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Our super funds could have cleaned up when the market crashed 40% and then rebounded by about as much. That they didn't says a lot about how hard it is to time trades.

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Normally stock markets tell us a lot about the economy. In 2020 that's no longer the case.

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The average Australian household is wealthier yet more indebted than the average German household, partly due to tax and retirement income policies.

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Employers have long feared that working from home makes employees less productive. An analysis of 3 million workers in 16 cities during lockdowns suggests the opposite.

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Professional tax advice is needed to improve the mental health outcomes for small businesses in financial distress, says a UNSW Business School expert.

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