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Corporate Crime: What's the Difference Between Sharp Practice and Dishonesty?By Knowledge@ASB
Dishonesty is a slippery concept and it's often a debatable element in corporate criminal cases – but there may be a gap between what the law defines as wrong and what the public sees as morally reprehensible. Increasingly juries are being asked to...
Click-through "Commitment": The Keyword for Search Engine AdvertisersBy Knowledge@ASB
Search engine advertising (SEA) is booming and can deliver big rewards for businesses – but some are far better at it than others. New research from the Australian School of Business reveals why only some companies are succeeding in the fastest-growing...
Bachelor of Information Systems Graduate - Chris HerrmanBy Andrew James Barclay
Chris Herrman, a Bachelor of Information Systems graduate, talks about why he chose to study at UNSW.
Zoning Out: How Debt Is Fracturing European UnityBy Knowledge@ASB
Solutions to the European debt crisis were never expected to be set-and-forget. Now Ireland has its hand out for 24 billion euros to keep its banking system afloat. Portugal also wants a bailout, while Spain's economy is unravelling. Greece continues to s
Measuring Up: What's the Right Way to Gauge House Prices?By Knowledge@ASB
The popular measure of median house sale prices does not tell the full story, argues Jan de Haan of Statistics Netherlands, who has been working on a handbook aimed at harmonising global house price indices for the European Commission's Eurostat.
Alternative Fuel Cars: Has a Chicken-and-Egg Dilemma Stalled the Mass Market?By Knowledge@ASB
Electric and biofuel-powered cars offer solutions for a carbon-constrained world, but has early excitement about alternative fuel vehicles fizzled prior to the July 1 start date for Australia's carbon tax? Before the rubber really hits the road and...