From the ashes of neoclassical thinking, behavioural economics has emerged. Aleisha, Oliver and Qi Rui examine some of the key principles as well as explore some classic examples of how the decision making process is sometimes more psychological than strictly rational.
As economists and policy makers scramble to combat the growing age dependency ratios across the world, perhaps it's time to take a step back and look to mitigate its effects rather than attempt to halt its causes.
Most people have heard of quantum computing. But what is this technology really about? Which industries will it disrupt? Join us for a CAINZ crash course on this topic.
Following the swift departure of US and NATO aligned forces, Afghanistan represents a vast vacuum of potential. Hear from Haiyue, Luke and Kaiyue as they explore the economic and supply chain implications of this tumult.
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