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Socio-economic implications of COVID-19

Amidst the global health crisis of COVID-19, our academics continue to turn their research towards answering urgent questions facing society. There is much uncertainty about how the virus will affect the world, and it is more important than ever for leaders in governments and organisations to be using robust and quality analysis to inform their policies and responses.

Hear from our researchers:

The Hibernating Economy: State of Play Briefing (April 1, 2020)

By June Ma, Professor Rohan Pitchford, and Professor Rabee Tourky

The role of public policy in Indonesia’s COVID-19 response

By Associate Professor Pierre van der Eng

Wage subsidies during the COVID-19 crisis are a bad idea

By June Ma, Professor Rohan Pitchford, and Professor Rabee Tourky

Extending HECS-style loans during the COVID-19 crisis is a bad idea

By Professor Rohan Pitchford and Professor Rabee Tourky

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