The American economy remains vulnerable to structural problems in its financial sector, despite positive market responses to the "stress tests" results for US banks, argues Professor Neal Stoughton.
The government's recent broadband announcement is more than a back to the future approach to telecommunications - it's a radical step towards the regulation of Telstra, writes Michael Peters from the Australian School of Business.
Director of UNSW's Indigenous Law Centre, Megan Davis, has welcomed Australia's endorsement of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, describing it as "an historic decision".
The recent US plan to purchase bad bank assets requires the full participation and support of the private sector, writes Professor Fariborz Moshirian from the Australian School of Business.
A visiting Israeli academic has told a packed lecture at UNSW that Israel is practising "apartheid" and will never accept a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine problem.
Professor Peter Shergold of the Centre for Social Impact argues good corporate behaviour is needed now more than ever, if businesses are to survive into the future.
Corporations should be managed for long-term value rather than quarter-by-quarter, said SingTel Group chief Chua Sock Koong, at the first Meet the CEO event for 2009.
Former High Court Justice Michael Kirby has taken up an appointment as a Distinguished Visiting Professor in UNSW's Law Faculty.
Restoring faith in the banking system is a prerequisite for sustained economic recovery from the global financial crisis, writes Professor Fariborz Moshirian of the Australian School of Business.
A survey in the Australian Indigenous Law Review finds most governments have failed calls for mandatory responses to coronial recommendations. The journal is published by UNSW's Indigenous Law Centre.