Business & Law

Measure business leaders by their ability to teach

Business leaders should remember these five key lessons from working through the coronavirus pandemic even after restrictions are lifted, according to experts from UNSW Business School and MIT.

With a significant portion of professionals now working from home, this has had wider tax implications for individuals as the line between what is deductible and what isn’t, becomes blurred.

A UNSW tax expert shares practical tips on claims you can make in your tax return if you’ve worked from home during the pandemic.

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Peter Greste responds to the UNSW Legal Hour webinar on 'Freedom of the press' and the challenges facing journalistic independence.

Stimulus packages history first

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the most extensive disruption in decades to economies, with far-reaching consequences.

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UNSW Law Professor Graham Greenleaf discusses questions of transparency and privacy posed by the federal government's new COVIDSafe app.

Maintain relationships with peers

There are five useful practices that can help boost engagement with work and study online, according to UNSW remote working experts.

UNSW Tax Clinic

UNSW Business School is working with PwC Australia and KPMG Australia to help small businesses navigate their tax obligations and the relief available.

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The Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law sees a strong and rapid uptake in contributions from humanitarians, academics and refugees.

Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner, School of Banking and Finance, UNSW Business School.

Associate Professor Mark Humphery-Jenner says overconfident executives are more likely to be appointed as CEOs and that it is important for succession planning to involve both internal executives and external candidates.

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For the app to work well, we might need an 80% take-up. Unless it is made mandatory, we'll need both private and social incentives.

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