Business & Law

Qantas grounds international fleet at Kingsford Smith Airport, Sydney NSW.

The COVID-19 emergency has the potential to trigger the collapse of some airlines in Australia. But with its high ‘public good’ value, a future without Qantas is one we cannot afford, says Tim Harcourt.

Working from home

Increasing productivity is a win-win for businesses, but with many Australians being ordered to work from home to try to stop the spread of COVID-19, this move could change how we work. 

A room in the High Court of Australia

UNSW Professor of Law Jill Hunter looks at the question before the High Court: was the jury's verdict unreasonable in the case against the Cardinal?

Youth Law Australia Director Matthew Keeley (left) and Principal Solicitor Ahram Choi (middle). Photo: supplied.

Ensuring children have free access to legal assistance empowers and protects them.  

open for inspection

Coronavirus has changed the story for 2020's property market.

factory worker

Workers further down supply chains are being left destitute and exposed to exploitation.

Commuters on a train in Melbourne wear a mask to protect themselves against COVID-19.

An Australian recession is likely to be part of a global slump, with some workers especially vulnerable, says a UNSW Economics expert.

Associate Professor Rob Nicholls

An Australian court ordered Google to identify the person behind an anonymous review.

UNSW Business School Associate Professor Rob Nicholls explains what this means.

Professor of Economics Gigi Foster, UNSW Business School.

Professor of Economics Gigi Foster from UNSW Business School provides her insights on a potential economic uptick as a result of COVID-19.

international criminal court

The International Criminal Court Prosecutor declines to examine Australia’s policy on asylum seekers despite accepting evidence of mistreatment.

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