With two growing businesses, entrepreneur and UNSW Business School student Frances Atkins is defying the reality that start-up funding goes mostly to men.
High income families could get up to $1,080 per year, others $618, but it could still be worthwhile.
Smoke haze appears to make it hard for participants in financial markets to make the right decisions. The finding has far-reaching implications.
Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, Director at The Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation at UNSW, explains the legal terminology of AI, and increasing concerns about facial recognition software.
The Consumer Data Right legislation will facilitate transportation of data. However will it lead to greater competition amongst financial products in Australia?
'This recognition is not for me, it’s for the ancestors who have been fighting much bigger battles before me.'
Australia’s ageing population is projected to slow labour force growth, reduce national income and tax revenue but we aren’t in the dark, yet.
Australia's secret weapon has been faith in market outcomes combined with a strong social safety set.
The Kaldor Centre’s Safe Journeys and Sound Policy critically analyses the ways people can seek asylum without risking dangerous journeys.
UNSW Business School student Ananya Sinha co-founded Indus Global, a social enterprise focusing on combating the huge issue of e-waste in Australia by taking advantage of the circular economy.