The race that stopped a nation: lessons from Australia’s Covid vaccine failures

Australia handled many aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic very well. Yet in mid-2021, Australia’s vaccine rollout was the slowest in the OECD. Richard Holden discusses why the policy errors reflected a failure to heed basic economic concepts of portfolio diversification and speaks to policy lessons concerning pandemic preparedness for Australia and other countries.

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