In March 2020, COVID-19 claimed one of its most high-profile "victims" - the Tokyo Olympic Games. The cost of the delay may make it the most expensive games yet. Given the financial risks, is hosting the Olympic Games worth the investment?
Several central banks around the world, including those of the European Union, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and Japan, have introduced negative interest rates to bolster their economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Has this bold strategy produced the desired effect?
Australians are among the heaviest gamblers in the world and are high up on the list of biggest losers, with a per capita gambling loss of A$1292 during 2017-2018. To what extent can policy reform address the problem?
The businesses that are fighting fit during the challenges of the ongoing pandemic are those that have the agility to shift strategies quickly and efficiently in response to changes in the operating environment.