Third Issue- The Role, Rights and Responsibilities of the State/Government in a National Crisis
Third Issue The Role, Rights and Responsibilities of the State/Government in a National Crisis
In the third issue of the AIB Review, we explore the role, rights and responsibilities of the State/Government in a National crisis across a broad range of frameworks including; Marketing, Human Resources, Supply Chain, Finance and Leadership.
Following the success of the first two issues; COVID-19 and Climate Change, the third issue provides insightful views that build from these two topics. Presenting the challenges, consequences and highlighting critical priorities of the State/Governments during a National crisis.
This issue represents the work and opinions of AIB’s wider community, addressing hot topics through an educational lens. I am proud to present the third AIB Review by a wide range of our outstanding Academics, Online Learning Facilitators, Students and Alumni, who have brought their fresh perspectives to a widely relevant topic as we move into 2021.
Each article invites readers to comment on the view put forward. As always, we encourage you to (politely) continue the conversation in this way.
Please enjoy reading and do share.
Professor Ingrid Day, Academic Dean, Australian Institute of Business.
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