What would a clean economy look like?
In this season, we're exploring the clean economy, with guests Helen Millicer, Roger Cohen and Dr Anita Foerster.
Full speed into the future (ep6)
COVID-19 is accelerating society's digital transformation. Who are the winners and losers? What does it mean for how we work, live and learn? With Deep Kapur and the Head of Monash Business School, Simon Wilkie.
We’re cut off, but how deep should this moat be? (ep 5)
Caught between one very tetchy trade partner and another flailing superpower. We're lost in the world. How do we get unstuck between two superpowers – and can our trade agreements? The experts map out our biggest challenges – and how to solve them. With Nicola Charwat, He-Ling Shi and Paul Kalfadellis.
‘Dens of plague’: the future of the city (ep4)
How working from home, closed borders and social distancing will affect the property market and the cities we live in. With Jason Choo and Tony Venables.
‘Connecting the dots of COVID-19’
When it comes to the economy, everything is connected. Thought Capital podcast host Michael Pascoe takes a six-part walk through some of the implications of COVID-19, from our mental health, to whether cities are dead, the survival of small business, the economy and global trade and the winners and losers of all this digital transformation.
Will only the big sharks be left after the ravages of the pandemic? (ep3)
Small businesses have predictably taken the brunt of the pandemic wave. But with some innovation, flexibility – and a little accounting – some have managed to resist the undercurrent. With Tracey Danaher, Ralph Kober, Paul Thambar and Martin Halphen.
The marathon ride: driving the Australian economy through a pandemic (ep2)
The marathon ride. Record budget, record spending, record debt. Is this the right way to drive the Australian economy through a pandemic? With Professor Heather Anderson, Professor Giovanni Caggiano and Associate Professor Gaurav Datt.