Business & Law

How the oil price fell?

After the deepest fall in demand in 25 years, US oil prices turned negative for the first time in history on Monday. UNSW Business School’s Associate Professor James Doran explains.

Nick Wailes

Australia's leading online MBA ranked 4th in the QS 2020 Online MBA Rankings

The elderly in Southeast Asia are at greater risk of poverty amidst major shifts in labour markets, technology and deficient social protection policies. Photo: Shutterstock

CEPAR researchers are working with the World Bank and the Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning to create a powerful social policy tool to improve the economic welfare of millions of people.

GFC crisis leadership

There are three lessons to be learned from the GFC that will help leaders in managing through the coronavirus crisis, according to a UNSW Business School expert. 

Facebook news

As news media revenues tumble still further amid the COVID-19 recession, the government has pledged mandatory rules to force tech giants to pay for using news content.

China commuters

The federal government should do five key things to keep more people working, says UNSW Business School labour markets expert Raja Junankar. 

Young man on mobile phone in the street

Australian governments need to demonstrate that any proposed contact tracing app is necessary, proportionate and voluntary with appropriate legal guarantees, says UNSW professor of law and information systems.

Surfers Paradise

Leading Australian economists in four countries have signed an open letter calling on the national cabinet to think carefully before easing restrictions 'for the sake of 'the economy'.

Monopoly game

APRA is allowing the big four banks to coordinate in a way that might otherwise be illegal.

In the case of a two-fold crisis of public health and economics, it could well be proven that the shield is more effective than the stimulus.

If the 1991 recession is the ‘recession we had to have’ then 2020 is the economic slowdown we had to engineer.

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