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COVID-19 and the resilience of the Asian economy—a workhorse of the global economy

Rapid and focused recovery from recurrent economic crises have proven the resilience of East Asian economies. Historically, the trade-oriented growth strategies adopted by Asian economies… Read More

Building back better: 10 drivers towards a low carbon future during the COVID-19 pandemic

How can countries like Indonesia and Australia link the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and response to the impacts of climate change? A long-term… Read More

COVID-19 and lockdown—implications for tertiary education

COVID-19 is expected to impact demand for tertiary education both positively and negatively. Byung Min from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation describes how. Read More

Business ethics during a pandemic: ABEN responds to COVID-19

Australasian Business Ethics Network (ABEN) is group of academics and practitioners that have been coming together for 10 years.  The current chair Dr… Read More

Contemplating the relationship with religion in a COVID-19 China

Historically, repression of Christianity in China has included surveillance of members and their gathering spots, destruction and closing of church buildings and restrictions of young… Read More

China is not an enemy

According to world renowned Sinologist, Emeritus Professor Colin Mackerras AO FAHA, the downward spiral of Australia-China relations is getting near a tipping point towards a Cold War and must be stopped. Read More

Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort

Dr Carla Riverola, Dr Sara Ekberg and Dr Julienne Senyard from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation are joining forces with colleagues from UQ, QUT and the Restaurant and Catering Industry Association to investigate how restaurants, cafes and bars impacted by #COVID-19 may attempt to recover and survive the pandemic. Read More

Pandemics. What are they good for? Rapid innovation adoption!

Department of Business Strategy and Innovation Adjunct Associate Professor Kate Hayes shares her views on telehealth adoption in Australia in the face of COVID-19. Read More

Quarantining ideology

One of the first casualties of COVID-19 has been largely ignored in the current crisis. Ideology has ruled the world since the end of WWII… Read More

Assessing and predicting the duration of COVID-19 and its impact on China’s economy

With the increase in human activity, our natural environment has changed significantly. China’s epidemics stemming from wildlife will continue to rise in 2020. Unlike African… Read More

Holding up a mirror to “dishonest and greedy” finance culture
Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort
Building coastal agricultural resilience in Bangladesh: A systematic review of progress, gaps and implications
The influence of expatriation on self-concept and identity

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