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Centre for Supply Chain Management COVID-19 Presentations:

  • Matt Ball, Craig Sain and Reinhold Goeschel from Ports of Auckland
  • Ilan Oshri and the Impact of COVID-19 on the IT Outsourcing Industry
  • Professor Tava Olsen on Supply Chain Theory and Projections for Covid-19
  • Alan Day on COVID-19: Implementing Supplier Management at Speed
  • Mark Singh on the Impact of COVID-19 on NZ Supply Chains and Actions to Take
  • Professor Prasanna Gai on the Macroeconomics of Pandemics: This Time is Different

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Public Policy Institute l Te Whare Marea Tātari Kaupapa

The Public Policy Institute is hosted by the Faculty of Arts, but includes research associates from across the University of Auckland and beyond

COVID-19Policy Briefing

Are they paying attention, or are they shoe-shopping? Evidence from online learning

Online learning platforms offer flexibility in the delivery of instruction at all levels of education. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, many schools worldwide made an abrupt transition to teaching online as governments instituted stay-at-home measures.

In light of the lingering Covid-19 pandemic, distance learning has definite benefits for ensuring teaching and learning can continue. Understanding the impact of how instructors choose to engage with various online delivery formats to maximise attentiveness is important for engagement in learning.

COVID-19EventsPolicy Commons Blog

Reflections on ATEPS 2021

Launched in 2019 with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the University of Auckland’s Public Policy Institute hosts an annual Auckland Trade and Economic Policy School (ATEPS). In December 2021, we hosted our first fully-online Auckland Trade...


Harirū, hongi and hau in the time of COVID-19

Findings from a study of kaumātua in Ngātiwai and Waikato-Tainui Associate Professor Marama Muru-Lanning (School of Social Sciences and the James Henare Māori Research Centre) and her team have been recognised for creating new methodologies drawing on kaupapa Māori...

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