Business & Law

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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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Negative gearing distorts the tax system and is skewed in favour of higher incomes, says UNSW Business School tax expert Dr Ann Kayis-Kumar.

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Policies proposed for the federal election risk making a bad situation worse, says UNSW Business School's Jonathan Reeves.

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Profit incentives might prevent banks following the lead of the Reserve Bank when it next cuts rates. 

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A former investment treaty between India and Australia allows for a legal claim if the mine doesn’t go ahead, but this shouldn’t deter a federal government, says a UNSW Law researcher.

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Discussion of immigration during the election campaign amounts to nothing but scaremongering, says Adjunct Professor Raja Junankar.

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It ought to be possible to replace Australia's minimum wage with a higher "living wage" without putting people our of work, but more will be needed.

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Australian policymakers should respect the economic independence of Pacific nations, says Tim Harcourt.  

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When the Reserve Bank considers the numbers around inflation, it knows it has little choice but to act, says Professor Richard Holden.

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The UNSW interdisciplinary team created a service for GPs to help them efficiently find suitable community care for their patients.

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