Tim Harcourt

‘The Tyranny of Social Distance’ preventing people from being in crowds and increasingly in smaller and smaller groups.

The global economy will never be the same again after the COVID-19 outbreak and neither will Australia in terms of how we work and how we engage with nature. 

JW Nevile Fellow in Economics Tim Harcourt, UNSW Business School.

With countries around the world closing their borders in response to the coronavirus outbreak, JW Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from UNSW Business School, addresses the impact of COVID-19 on globalisation.

Qantas grounds international fleet at Kingsford Smith Airport, Sydney NSW.

The COVID-19 emergency has the potential to trigger the collapse of some airlines in Australia. But with its high ‘public good’ value, a future without Qantas is one we cannot afford, says Tim Harcourt.

General Motors will be retiring the Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand. Credit: Shutterstock

Tim Harcourt, economic adviser to the Bracks Review, says the end of Holden reminds us of how the automotive industry can guarantee its future in Australia.

JW Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from UNSW Business School explores the impact of the US-China Trade Deal on the global economy.

Whilst the US-China agreement is not ideal for Australia, anything is a better outcome than an all-out trade war.

J.W. Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt from UNSW Business School explores the impact of the US-China trade deal on the global economy.

 

 

Tim Harcourt

Ever wondered what would happen to the economy if every Australian was given 100k or if Jeff Bezos could end world poverty?

UNSW Business School J.W. Nevile Fellow Tim Harcourt explains all.

Tim Harcourt

UNSW Business School's Tim Harcourt speaks about what the UK general election could mean for the fate of Brexit.

Tim Harcourt

UNSW Sydney's Tim Harcourt says AFL Grand Final will provide major economic boost to Victoria's economy.

Tim Fischer

Former Austrade chief economist Tim Harcourt reflects on the quirky and kind Tim Fischer.
 

Tim Harcourt

It isn't all bad news for producers facing an EU plan to slice and dice the names of some foods, say UNSW Business School's Tim Harcourt.

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