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The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the world into unprecedented territory. What is the way forward?

Since May 2020 our popular Beyond COVID-19 Webinar Series has been opening up amazing and insightful conversations with thought-leaders and policy makers, from renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs to the WHO's Soumya Swaminathan.

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In a rapidly changing world, Monash Business School’s expert analysis and renowned research continue to address some of the most complex issues of our time.

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Global Pension Index uncovers impact of COVID-19

The widespread economic impact of COVID-19 is heightening the financial pressures facing retirees. The Global Pension Index is a collaborative research project between the CFA Institute, the Monash Centre for Financial Studies and Mercer.

Teacher assessment bias: overweight children more likely to be rated lower

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Heavier primary school children are given less favourable academic assessments by their teachers.

Wellbeing and performance: What women really want in the workplace

Accounts from women in professional services firms reveal a disconnect between policy and culture when it comes to health and wellbeing.

Spotlight on Japan: shareholder activism's new frontier

Shareholder activism is on the rise in notoriously confrontation-averse Japan, with knock-on effects on share prices.

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More say in what to pay? Putting patients in the driver’s seat

Delivering high-quality health care with limited funding is increasingly difficult for many GPs. Could the solution be as simple as giving patients more say in what to pay?

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