Covid-19 Hotel Quarantine Inquiry, Victoria, Australia
Keywords:Covid-19, Hotel Quarantine, groupthink, Antifragility, Behavioural Economics, Victoria, Australia
In his first essay for our Journal, Walter de Ruyter explains how antifragility can inform a framework for better management of ‘black swan’ events and explores the influence of groupthink in Victoria's initial handling of the COVID-19 crisis.
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