Business & Law

barley harvest

The threat of punitive tariffs made by China against Australian barley isn't new. The consequences could be dramatic.

Employees adopting a learning mindset inline

Business leaders should do these four things to help improve psychological resilience and employee wellbeing post-coronavirus, says Associate Dean of Research at UNSW Business School.

labrador

When you want to leave each other, but not your furry friend, could a shared arrangement be the answer? 

Australia will need to restart the economy.

The COVID-19 recovery phase should be a catalyst for regulatory change, says UNSW Commercial Law expert.

commuters walk through a busy sunny street

UNSW experts discuss the improvements and remaining deficiencies of the Bill and why the “Google knows everything about you anyway” argument is insufficient.

Madeline Gleeson

The senior research associate is recognised for her work on international human rights and refugee law.

A woman wearing a protective mask and gloves uses a mobile phone

The lack of information on the contact-tracing app raises questions about its potential for success and future repurposing, says data surveillance and privacy expert.

disloyal man from shutterstock

With internet memes, there’s a fine line between creating something funny and breaking the law.

pop art money

The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the fact we are failing to collect tax revenue and also giving away hundreds of billions in tax concessions.

JW Nevile Fellow in Economics Tim Harcourt, UNSW Business School.

Outsourcing and offshoring will slow down due to social distancing measures and political pressures to keep jobs at home, says economist Tim Harcourt. 

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