Business & Law

Kaldor Centre

The Kaldor Centre’s Safe Journeys and Sound Policy critically analyses the ways people can seek asylum without risking dangerous journeys.

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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.

UNSW she's worth

Despite modern laws and changing attitudes, the gender pays gap can start when women first enter the workforce.

Myer store

Myer misled the market, but the market didn't believe it. The judgment provides a road map for future class actions.

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There are a number of reasons why intervening isn’t a good idea, says Dr Michael Grewcock from UNSW Law.

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The Reserve Bank of Australia says it's prepared to ease monetary policy further if needed to stimulate the economy. But is the policy working when interests rates are so low?

Start-up or large organisation: which one would you prefer to work for?

From an initial interest in optometry to managing a start-up to joining one of the world’s biggest tech giants – UNSW Business School alumna Jenny Chu has tried it all in the pursuit of a fulfilling career.

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With Australia’s facial verification bill currently in draft, UNSW Senior Lecturer Dr Carmen Leong addresses how mass surveillance technology could impact the economy.

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When Ananya Sinha thought of a hypothetical start-up for a university assessment, she didn’t know it would turn into a sustainable tech business.

 

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The legislation allows for the transfer of sick asylum seekers from offshore detention to Australia on the recommendation of medical professionals.

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