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PUTRA 101: Kesan Pandemik COVID-19 Kepada Ekonomi Malaysia

Ramai yang menyangka bahawa ekonomi adalah subjek yang terlalu teknikal dan untuk memahaminya memerlukan seseorang itu mempunyai kepakaran khusus. Namun pengarang buku ‘Economics: The User’s Guide’, Ha-Joon Chang, berpandangan bahawa 95% perbincangan isu-isu ekonomi telah dengan sengaja dirumitkan. Berdasarkan buku ‘The Econocracy: The Perils of Leaving Economics to The Experts’ pula,  perbincangan berkaitan ekonomi juga telah menjadi subjek yang begitu sukar untuk diwacanakan secara umum oleh masyarakat awam. Hal ini telah memberi kesan tidak langsung kepada masyarakat umum bahawa mereka tidak layak untuk mengutarakan pandangan…

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PUTRA 101: Impacts Of COVID-19 Pandemic On The Malaysian Economy

While some have argued that economics is a technical subject, others may argue that, quoting Ha-Joon Chang, the author of ‘Economics: The User’s Guide’, “95% of economics is common sense deliberately made complicated”.Based on the book ‘The Econocracy: the perils of leaving economics to the experts’ written by three English young economist-academicians in 2017, economics has become too complex for the common people to participate, giving the effect that they are not entitled to an opinion and there is no way for them to enact…

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Perspectives of Working From Home During The COVID-19 Outbreak

The outbreak of a global pandemic, COVID-19 has remotely affected the world and changed our life to a ‘new normal’. Earlier this March, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic as the scale and pace for this virus to rapidly spread from just one place, originated from Wuhan, China to the nearly the entire world within just 6 months. To break the transmission chain, people around the world have been asked to stay at home and most of the countries…

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