Business & Law

Chess pieces and international currency

The trade war will have mixed implications for Australia, says UNSW Faculty of Law Associate Professor Heng Wang.

Jemima Snow

Technological advancement is rendering geographical boundaries redundant, opening the door for businesses to trade all over the globe. What skills are needed to forge a successful career in international business?

Dr Ann Kayis-Kumar

We need to consider the growing complexity of the tax system without losing sight of what's fair. 

First home buyers

Topping up deposits by as much as 15 percentage points will help, but housing isn't risk-free.

School of Taxation & Business Law academic, Kathrin Bain

UNSW Business School academic Kathrin Bain suggests that as an alternative, the government could make franking credits non-refundable for public companies but refundable for private companies.

UNSW Business School exterior

UNSW Business School has topped the new Global Research Rankings of Actuarial Science and Risk Management & Insurance.

Balanced budget

The state of budget-balance fetishism in Australia means political leaders promise to balance the budget, no matter what.

Richard Chisholm and Anthony Blacksheild

Anthony Blackshield and Richard Chisholm have been awarded UNSW’s highest honour in recognition of their contributions to the law.

Adjunct Professor Michael Traill AM

UNSW Business School Adjunct Professor and prominent social investment backer Michael Traill says super fund capital could be used for the aged care, education and housing sectors.

beluga whale russian spy

Whether via a submarine or a whale, spying is a violation of state sovereignty, says Professor Natalie Klein from UNSW Law.

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