Business & Law


The budget depends as much on China as it does on Canberra.


Professor Michael Coper has been awarded UNSW’s highest honour in recognition of his service to the law and legal education.


Tax and wage growth are key areas for change


Having work, but not enough of it to meet the costs of living, is especially a problem for young people, says UNSW Professor Kristy Muir.


Industry leaders and global human rights activists will discuss technology, diversity, modern slavery and Indigenous rights at the Innovate Rights 2019 event.


The annual awards are an internationally recognised honour that energise the careers of UNSW Business School students.


The increasing national burden of the old age pension will ease if people are allowed to save more for their retirement, says UNSW Business School Professor Fiona Martin.


Rate changes and political compromises when the Goods and Services Tax was formed did not detract from its long term value to Australia, John Howard told a UNSW Sydney conference.

Every year the budget brings along with it a frenzy of media activity from news hacks looking for interesting angles but the budget is more than just a headline and news grab, says UNSW Business School Professor Gigi Foster.

Scientia Professor Ross Buckley was the second-most downloaded law author according to the rankings.