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UNSW Sydney's expert commentators give their opinions of the key points of the 2018 federal budget.
 

Richard Holden

Professor Richard Holden, UNSW Business School, explains why the budget was boring - but good.

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Kathrin Bain, UNSW Business School, comments on the lack of real reform in the 2018 federal budget
 

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Dr Sophie Lewis,  of the School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences at UNSW Canberra, comments on federal budget funding to protect the Great Barrier Reef

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Dr Chris Martin, of the City Futures Research Centre at UNSW Sydney, comments on the federal budget's disappointing lack of measures for housing affordability.

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Professor Christopher Pettit, of UNSW Sydney City Futures Research Centre, comments on the wins and losses for infrastructure in cities.

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Professor Geoffrey Crisp, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Education) at UNSW Sydney, responds to the 2018 federal budget and restrictions on higher education funding.

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Politicians are gaming the system politicians when they pull good news forward and push bad news back, writes Richard Holden.

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Tax changes, space exploration, support for women in STEMM, housing affordability, the Great Barrier Reef and more: UNSW Sydney experts analyse key details of the budget.

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There are logical steps to bringing universities and industry into more productive collaboration, writes Ian Jacobs.

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