Can't resist splurging on online shopping? Here's why

Can't resist splurging on online shopping? Here's why

The demand for online shopping has obviously increased since COVID-19 restrictions were put in place. But less obvious are the subtle psychological drivers behind our collective online shopping splurge. In fact, online shopping can relieve stress, provide entertainment and offers the reduced "pain" of paying online. In the l...

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How technology helps find the right people in times of crisis

How technology helps find the right people in times of crisis

Despite the continuing advances of technology, in times of crisis it's human hands we need the most to guide us through. On the front lines, it's people who make all the difference. Whether that's doctors and nurses, fire fighters and emergency responders, or even supermarket workers and call centre operators, an organisation&...

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The pieces of Australia post-coronavirus are falling into place

The pieces of Australia post-coronavirus are falling into place

Australia won't be the same post-coronavirus, but parts of the picture are falling into place. One concerns our approach to trade. It'll be a reset, not a rejection. We will continue to forge strong ties in the Asian Century with members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and ...

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The costs of the shutdown are overestimated - they're outweighed by its $1 trillion benefit

The costs of the shutdown are overestimated - they're outweighed by its $1 trillion benefit

As Australia begins to relax its COVID-19 restrictions there is understandable debate about how quickly that should proceed, and whether lockdowns even made sense in Australia in the first place. The sceptics arguing for more rapid relaxation of containment measures point to the economic costs of lockdowns and appeal to the cold calculus ...

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View from The Hill: Juggling the curves as we ease the COVID restrictions

View from The Hill: Juggling the curves as we ease the COVID restrictions

With the COVID case curve currently close to the floor, Scott Morrison on Tuesday declared attention had to be directed firmly onto another curve. "Thousands of Australian lives have been saved, when you look at the experience of how coronavirus has affected so many countries around the world," he said in his update following na...

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