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Basé à New York et animé par Daphné, Laéthycia et Louisa, The Womanist est un podcast en français qui s'adresse aux femmes noires à l'identité multiculturelle. Il offre un espace de dialogue et d'expression sur les questions liées aux expériences et à la représentation des femmes noires. C'est avec humour et esprit qu'il explore des sujets d'actualité, des faits de société et d'autres thématiques comme les tendances, les relations amoureuses, la sexualité et le bien-être.
 
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In modern business it's impossible not to be worried about a cyber attack of some form. But how do you lower your chances of attack and what do you do if someone manages to get in your system and data? Evan Davis and guests discuss.GUESTSSian John, director, EMEA, cyber security strategy, Microsoft UKGeoff White, author, 'Crime Dot Com' and investi…
 
Australia sells a lot of coal to China. Both kinds – the one for making electricity and the one for making steel. But it looks as if we won’t be selling any more this year. So what is going on? Plus, the evolving implications of so many of us working from home and today’s unemployment figures. Guests:Felicity Emmett, ANZ Senior Economist Ian Neil S…
 
The second pandemic wave means UK businesses have to live with uncertainty for at least another six months. Those economic green shoots and the summer of 'eat out to help out ' seem a while back. So what are the implications for jobs and overall business viability in this climate? Difficult conversations are going on in boardrooms across the countr…
 
Maria Konnikova learnt to play poker to explore the interplay between luck and skill. How did she go from rank novice to accomplished player? Plus, a recession recovery wish list from two leading economists ahead of next week’s federal budget.Guests: Sarah Hunter, chief economist, BIS Oxford EconomicsAndrew Charlton, Economist. Co-founder of AlphaB…
 
Dans ce nouvel épisode bonus de la série The Womanist After Dark, on parle de ce tabou, ce comportement humain qui date de la nuit des temps, l'infidélité. Ce que constitue vraiment l'infidélité, les raisons pour lesquelles on trompe, être "l'autre femme", les autres modèles amoureux, etc. ce sont autant de sujets que nous abordons sur ce thème. Re…
 
Income inequity across Australia has reduced as an unexpected outcome of government stimulus measures in response to COVID-19. Plus, as more and more people continue to dump private health insurance – what can be done to improve the sector and the overall efficiency of the health system?Guests:Professor Brenton Prosser, Director of the National Cen…
 
How the middle class got screwed by globalism and will be on the hook for the COVID recovery bill. Several Australian superfunds have pledged to reach net zero by 2050 across their portfolios as the commercial, physical and legal risks of global warming ramp up. Plus, a snap shot of the COVID downturn on the construction sector. Guests: Jeff Rubin,…
 
Melbourne's CBD economy is forecast to contract by $110 billion over the next five years, and 79,000 jobs could be lost across the city over the same period. What are the plans to avoid this worse case scenario and help the city recover?How important are those delivery apps to restaurants and cafe owners? Plus, the 'Netflix' of electric vehicles - …
 
As parts of the private sector struggle to survive the downturn, governments at all levels could do more to provide work and learning opportunities - especially for young people. An alliance of civil society leaders has some ideas for the Federal Government to help Australians get jobs. Plus, the economic fall-out of trade tensions with China. And …
 
For three decades many Australians have bought houses for capital gain and rental returns. In the decade up to 2019, Sydney houses earned the equivalent of the average wage. Will high prices continue after the pandemic? New research on how working from home might reshape housing demand. And RBA research has found that most household debt is held by…
 
En première partie de cet épisode on revient sur la polémique qu’a suscitée la sortie du clip de WAP par Cardi B et Meg Thee Stallion. En deuxième partie, on parle de la “cancel culture” ou “culture du boycott/de l’annulation”: pour ou contre? Cette pratique courante sur les réseaux sociaux est de plus en plus controversée. On revient sur des affai…
 
Australia has the beginnings of a deal to get access to the Oxford University-AstraZeneca vaccine in development for Covid-19. But what does that mean and how much might it cost? Plus, how the Spanish flu of 1919 affected the economy and how this pandemic is likely to reshape Australian businesses and jobs.Guests: Bonny Parkinson, Senior Research F…
 
The pandemic and Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety have put aged care in the spot light - both are making it clear that the sector is under resourced. What are some of the changes that are needed and are Australians willing to pay more for quality aged care?Guests: Professor John Pollaers, Chair, Aged Care Workforce StrategyJulie R…
 
What will level-4 restrictions will mean for Melbourne’s warehouses, supply chains and biggest port in the country? The logistics sector worldwide is worth more than $7 trillion dollars, in Australia it's north of $103 billion. At the heart of it are distribution centres. These are 10,000 square metres and up, about half the playing surface of the …
 
An Australian telehealth start-up has taken off as virtual healthcare becomes the norm. The business was spun out of the CSIRO and is one of several start-ups helping solve problems caused by the pandemic. Plus, the paradox of thrift - households report record levels of financial comfort for June, that comfort could be short lived. Guests: Dr Silvi…
 
The Black Lives Matter protests have prompted boardroom soul-searching about how to engage a more racially diverse workforce. Good intentions have been around for decades and have encouraged much talk about removing biases from mainly white corporate cultures. But this has still not led to the change people want. Hardly any large UK firms have blac…
 
The economic damage inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic in Australia has been laid bare. The Money examines the latest update on the economy, the budget, and the outlook for jobs, as Australia continues to deal with the uncertainties of a pandemic in Victoria.Guests: Danielle Wood, CEO Grattan Institute + Shane Oliver, Chief Economist, AMP Capita…
 
Has staying at home during lockdown made us think more about our travel habits? Are you less likely to want to get on a bus or a train to get to work or are you itching to get on the next available flight? And what about the business travel industry? Are companies realising tele-conferencing is now just as acceptable and a cheaper option than a bus…
 
Zoom meetings and working from home. Two habits which office workers have picked up during the enforced lockdown. But will these behaviours habits stick?Some believe that if more of us choose to work from our spare rooms on a regular basis, this will have profound implications for offices, commuting, human interaction and productivity. Evan Davis a…
 
The arts sector was hit early and hard by the Covid-19 crisis. The Money visits Sydney Dance Company which switched to virtual classes to stay afloat and is now in rehearsals for an August show. Meanwhile, theatre producer Michael Cassel is moving ahead to stage Hamilton next year, but the Melbourne lockdown may delay the reopening of his successfu…
 
Dans ce nouvel épisode enregistré fin juin, on revient sur les moments qui nous ont marquées ces derniers mois. On parle des séries Insecure et Maîtresse d'un Homme Marié. On vous raconte comment le confinement s'est passé pour nous entre Paris et NYC, mais également du mouvement actuel des droits civiques aux États-Unis. Et puisqu'on se retrouve à…
 
Evan Davis and guests ask if now is the time to exploit scientific research more effectively to help business recover from the coronavirus crash. The UK has traditionally been better at basic science research than its commercial exploitation - with examples ranging from computing to the discovery of graphene, where international companies have bene…
 
During the pandemic, businesses have faced severe tests, from supply chain shocks to fluctuations in consumer demand. How resilient are companies in dealing with the unknown? In recent years the focus has been on getting costs down, creating lean supply chains, and delivering returns to shareholders. But has that emphasis left supply chains insecur…
 
Tour operators are trying to attract local visitors amid uncertainty over the reopening of state borders and the likelihood that international travel bans will remain until July 2021. Plus, what happens when inflation turns negative?Guests: Simon Westaway, Executive Director, Australian Tourism Industry Council (ATIC) Sarah Hunter, Chief Economist,…
 
Thousands of Australians lost their job this week - Qantas shed 6000 workers and Woolworths will cut 1,350. If you're lucky enough to still have a job, wages growth is forecast to collapse to almost zero according to ANZ Research. Also, how the hospitality sector is surviving the downturn. In addition to an extension of Job Keeper program, the indu…
 
What have you learned about yourself in lockdown? What is it you crave, what have you found you barely miss? Evan Davis and guests contemplate life after lockdown and changing consumer habits. A surge in the sale of bikes, toilet roll panic buying, and flour flying off the supermarket shelves. Will these consumer habits stick? Have we learned to va…
 
Will Western economies and companies decouple from China? For decades, the world has relied on this rapidly emerging economy as its factory, producing everything from toilet rolls to iPhones. But post Covid-19, US trade wars and tensions with Hong Kong, is that all about to change? Evan Davis and guests discussGUESTSLiam Casey, CEO and founder, PCH…
 
The Federal Government is looking to local manufacturing to ensure crucial supplies and to drive economic recovery, after the pandemic exposed Australia's dependence on global supply chains. Andrew Liveris has been called on for advice on how to grow Australia's manufacturing sector. Plus, signs of increased spending from the CBA's latest credit an…
 
Should the government continue to bolster companies, large and small when lockdown is finally eased? If so what businesses do you choose to save and what are the criteria? Evan Davis and guests discuss.GUESTSMichael Jacobides, holder of the Sir Donald Gordon Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, London Business SchoolJulie Palmer, Regional Mana…
 
Can new businesses survive without some form of hype or over-promotion? Or will consumer or investor disillusionment inevitably correct this? One recent example where hype came back to bite a company founder is that of the shared office space provider, WeWork. Its stock market valuation fell from $50bn to near bankruptcy over the course of a few we…
 
How will the infection affect commerce in the UK and around the world? Evan Davis and a panel of guests discuss what's happening to the economy and look at likely scenarios.Jennifer McKeown, Chief Global Economist, Capital Economics, Gloria Guevara, CEO of the World Travel and Tourism Council. Tim Power, MD of maritime and shipping container resear…
 
Is our working week due for major reform? Will a move to a four day week - as proposed by the Labour Party in its recent General Election manifesto - ever happen? From shorter hours to more flexibility in the workplace, what will the modern world of work be like in ten years time? Evan Davis and guests discuss the latest trends. Guests appearing on…
 
Study hard, go to uni, start an interesting, well-paid career. It used to be simple but these days, unless you’ve done a vocational degree, like medicine or teaching, it’s a long and winding road. It takes a graduate an average 2.6 years to find a full-time job in the area that they’ve studied. So what’s that costing us and how can we do better?…
 
When you have access to the entire world, can you find your narrow area of interest and make a living from it? Drawing on business case studies, award-winning writer and broadcaster Adam Davidson describes how the 21st century economy offers opportunities for people to combine the things they love with their careers. Guest: Adam Davidson, author, T…
 
Inflation is low in Australia at just 1.8 per cent. But lots of households are feeling that their budgets are tight. So what’s going on? Guests: Rachel Ong ViforJ, Professor of Economics, Curtin University Anthony Doyle, Cross Asset Investment Specialist, Fidelity InternationalJack Stevens, Chief Executive, EdstartJane Hall, Distinguished Professor…
 
It's not easy to estimate the total economic cost of Australia's bushfires that have burnt through vast areas of the country, especially as the fire season may continue as late as March. The total impact on human lives, the economy and environment is complicated and some costs may continue to grow for years to come. Guests: Amanda Findley, Mayor of…
 
What will shape the coming decade? This question concentrates the mind of the financial sector, which is trying to work out what to invest in and what to get out of. Climate change looms large, robots and automation will transform work and governments may have to further protect and stimulate their economies by investing. At the same time, more Asi…
 
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