Reacting with entrepreneurial flair to the financial crisis forced upon firms by the COVID-19 lockdown could mean the difference between survival and extinction, according to Macquarie Business School’s Professor Francesco Chirico.
The upheaval in the labour market due to COVID-19 has highlighted the structural differences that exist among the unemployed in today’s society, explain Macquarie Business School researchers Dr Lurion De Mello and Dr Prashan Karunaratne.
A newly-published paper says it could be possible to eliminate bubbles and crashes in financial and housing markets. Professor Maroš Servátka, Director of Macquarie Business School Experimental Economics Laboratory, explains how innovative trading
Like most developed nations, Australia has embraced working from home in recent weeks. It’s an experiment that will have lasting and profound consequences, says Dr Sarah Bankins from Macquarie Business School.
PLEASE EXPLAIN: Even as major oil-producers have agreed to cut output amid a massive glut, this hasn’t prevented the US oil price falling into negative territory for the first time ever. Dr Lurion De Mello explains how this happened.
Covid-19 presents an opportunity for businesses to own their social responsibility and show the depth of their commitment to society. Professor Debbie Haski-Leventhal from the Macquarie Business School explains.