Webinar - Second wave risks: Assessing the relative economic exposure of Australian states to COVID-19. 

Thursday 30th July | 2:00 pm AEST 

Please join us for a presentation by Chief Economist, Sarah Hunter as she outlines the impact the COVID-19 outbreak has had on Australia's states.  Register using the form to the right and the connection details will be emailed to you. 

The experience of the coronavirus pandemic and economic fallout has varied considerably across the states. New South Wales and Victoria have recorded the majority of the cases, which has forced the tightest restrictions and larger-than-average declines in economic activity; the re-imposition of lock-down in Victoria will see the state fall even further behind. Other states have fared better, but their industrial make-up and exposure to local and international demand will result in significantly different economic outcomes. We will explore these trends, highlighting the likely economic out-performers and laggards.

Presenters:

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Sarah Hunter | Chief Economist

Sarah Hunter currently leads the macroeconomics team within BIS Oxford Economics, and is responsible for the Australia Macro Service, our flagship economics subscription service which provides clients with forecasts and analysis of Australia’s economy at the macro, industry and state level. As part of this service, Sarah takes a leading role in presenting the Australia and global outlook to clients in the region, and she is a regular commentator in the national press. Sarah is also responsible for the Asia-Pacific macro consulting team, who provide clients across the region with tailored macroeconomic analysis.

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