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People who can WFH and disconnect themselves from face-to-face society have gained many benefits during the pandemic. A five per cent tax for each WFH day would leave the average person no worse off than if they worked in the office. [more]
Covid-19 shines a spotlight on deeper and more problematic social and racial inequality issues. Today, corporations should not ignore that they have the capability to drive change ahead of the next financial (and social) crisis. [more]
Worldwide lockdowns and social distancing measures have only motivated the increased use of cards over cash. To respond, companies and policymakers must design alternative to credit cards and remove middle man fees. [more]
Even prior to the pandemic, there was an inevitable shift to online purchasing. But how do we ensure this widening acceptance of online buying does not backfire on the planet in the form of unsustainable delivery levels? [more]
This year, much of the credit for the US economic recovery should go to payroll subsidies. The next round of stimulus should focus on income support and job retraining as economic activity is still recovering while production is being automated. [more]