• Morrison drops the ball on banking reform

    Kevin Davis     |      January 21, 2021

    Almost two years on from the Banking Royal Commission, the government has yet to implement 44 of its recommendations and has firmly turned its back on five key reforms – including curbing irresponsible lending practices.

  • There’s no room for regret

    Victoria Tichá     |      January 18, 2021

    New research shows people are often influenced by their beliefs and predictions about the likelihood of others’ actions, and less so by the anticipation of regret.

  • Food delivery services need a regulation overhaul

    Ebony Stansfield     |      January 15, 2021

    Governments are scared of appearing business ‘unfriendly’ if they intervene in the gig economy and big companies are using this to their advantage, say experts at UNSW Sydney.

  • How weather affects our consumption

    Victoria Tichá     |      January 14, 2021

    Marketers and business managers benefit from knowing why weather may be associated with increased consumption and how this process may differ between men and women.

  • 5 New Year’s resolutions for successful career growth

    Sophia Smith     |      January 13, 2021

    Many of us made New Year resolutions for our personal lives, but adopting some fresh habits in our working lives can also improve our professional lives.

  • Digital nomads and the post-pandemic future of work

    Victoria Tichá     |      January 5, 2021

    There are two very different options when it comes to the future of knowledge work, but UNSW Business School experts say it is up to us to move towards the future we want.

  • Brand activism or publicity stunts?

    Sommer Kapitan     |      January 3, 2021

    It’s increasingly common for companies to take ethical stands on a range of issues, but these actions are not without controversy or risk of financial blowback.

  • Taking Australia’s digital pulse

    Nick Hull     |      December 15, 2020

    The sixth edition of Australia’s Digital Pulse by Deloitte Access Economics highlights the significant role information and communications technology (ICT) plays in almost everything we do.

  • The unwinnable war

    Shiro Armstrong     |      December 7, 2020

    China’s politically motivated trade war against Australia will harm both countries, but the downward spiral in relations is not irrecoverable – yet.

  • Lettuce change

    Victoria Haritos     |      November 29, 2020

    COVID-19 has shone a spotlight directly on policies and measures by Australia – and indeed the world – to contain food waste.

  • Tabi on racial matters: Are businesses missing out on the untapped skills of Black African Australian women?

    Gloria Tabi     |      November 27, 2020

    It’s time for positive measures to unleash Black African Australian women’s creativity, diversity and adaptability in the workplace as business begins to recover from COVID-19.

  • Recruiters shouldn’t bother stalking applicants’ social media profiles

    Craig Donaldson     |      November 26, 2020

    UNSW Business School research has found there is little to no correlation for recruiters between a job candidate’s social media profile and potential on-the-job performance or retention levels.