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Coronavirus, part three: the economics of a shutdown

Coronavirus, part three: the economics of a shutdown

Update: 2020-03-241
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With hundreds of thousands of Australians losing their jobs, the economic cost of coronavirus is becoming clear. On Monday the government passed its stimulus measures through parliament, but there’s questions over whether it will be enough. Today, chief economist at The Australia Institute Richard Denniss on how we can get through the next 18 months. 

Guest: Chief economist at The Australia Institute Richard Denniss.

Background reading:

How Australia can avoid economic collapse in the wake of Covid-19 in The Saturday Paper

The Saturday Paper

The Monthly

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Coronavirus, part three: the economics of a shutdown

Coronavirus, part three: the economics of a shutdown