Conducting research into the legal, regulatory and contextual aspects of markets, corporations, finance and business transactions, and using the findings to influence and impact regulators, government, business and the wider community.
The rapid datafication of social life means that trust in institutions is increasingly shaped by whether data is being collected and analysed in fair and accountable ways. This stream evaluates the use of data science and AI applications to develop frameworks and policies that optimise just outcomes.
Research focused on transformations of the regulatory state in both national-comparative and transnational contexts, with a focus on the interaction between the technocratic interstices of regulation and collective commitments to democracy, conviviality and ecological sustainability.
As the world becomes more volatile, uncertain and complex, the role of Directors of large organisations has never been more challenging or more important. AGSM @ UNSW Business School has created the Directors Colloquium to allow a small cohort of experienced Directors from some of Australia’s largest organisations to come together and discuss the most significant challenges faced by company directors, and how to approach them.
Research and teaching focused on comparative constitutional law and constitutional design, constitutional democracy, theories of constitutional dialogue and amendment, socio-economic rights and constitutional law and gender.