coronavirus

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We'll need to spend at least an extra 15-20 per cent of GDP per year. It'll be more palatable if it is funded by COVID bonds.

Stimulus packages history first

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the most extensive disruption in decades to economies, with far-reaching consequences.

Maintain relationships with peers

There are five useful practices that can help boost engagement with work and study online, according to UNSW remote working experts.

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The government plans to monitor sewage for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. And while this holds promise to tracking future local outbreaks, there are also some sticky ethical questions to consider.

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For the app to work well, we might need an 80% take-up. Unless it is made mandatory, we'll need both private and social incentives.

Businesses like Virgin Australia have offered a number of incentives for customers, in an attempt to speed up the vaccine rollout in Australia. Photo: Shutterstock

While a second airline is valuable to provide competition for Qantas, a government bailout of Virgin is not desirable. 

How the oil price fell?

After the deepest fall in demand in 25 years, US oil prices turned negative for the first time in history on Monday. UNSW Business School’s Associate Professor James Doran explains.

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2020 may be a year many will want to forget, but it’s important we record our experiences during the pandemic for future generations and scholars.

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Students in year 12, as well as those who need foundational skills right before starting school, are among those the NSW government should prioritise during the staggered return to school.

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Governments and taxpayers asked universities to generate their own funds – and they did – but now the music has stopped.

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