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Influencers: Love or hate them, they are here to stay
April 18, 2021

The rapidly evolving influencer industry has become essential to consumers and companies alike. However this area still has room to grow and may be unrecognisable soon.

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Will COVID-19 mark a new era of deglobalisation and nationalism?
April 4, 2021

From an opportunity cost perspective, economic theories tend to advocate the idea of globalisation ... Nevertheless, the impact of Covid-19 revealed the fragility within globalisation, leading to the question ‘Will COVID-19 mark the end of globalisation?’.

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Minimum Wage: The Economic Debate of the Decade
March 11, 2021

In the midst of a pandemic and worldwide economic panic, the minimum wage debate has been reignited by President Joe Biden's progressive COVID relief bill. Is it the right solution?

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News Flash
March 8, 2021

Consider a world where governments and Facebook clashes, who truly wins?

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The road to finding a vaccine
October 22, 2020

As of now, more than 170 teams of researchers around the world are still working endlessly to develop a cure, and it is still unknown of when one or more of the 11 vaccines currently in Phase 3 will be approved. Prior to then, we need to take this opportunity to actively reflect and contemplate on the relevant steps in order to embark on a swift path to economic and social recovery for our humanity.

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Have universities become the latest casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic?
October 11, 2020

Universities across the globe have been heavily reliant on international students, so much so that it has become Australia's 3rd biggest export. However, in the wake of the pandemic the role of what a University is has come into question. What will Australia's universities look like as we go forward? Here's what Oliver, Aleisha and Qi Rui thing...

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