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The economics of the COVID-19 pandemic at the global level

If you missed the Australia Institute’s webinar with the United Nations chief economist Elliott Harris on 12 August, the good news is that it was recorded and is available on their website at:

Elliott spoke about the economics of the COVID-19 pandemic at the global level. The discussion included aspects such as the inequitable effects of the pandemic and linking recovery policies and the transition to clean and renewable energy.

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