How coronavirus is changing the rules on foreign investment in essential areas
The COVID-19 crisis appears to be speeding up the deglobalization process
Accounting for COVID-19 economics: Same as the Great Recession?
Part two of our series on the COVID-19 pandemic and economic models
It could take two years for the economy to recover from the coronavirus pandemic
Past-pandemic studies suggest current economic outlook, says accounting figure Steven Salterio
Oil crash explained: How are negative oil prices even possible?
On Monday, oil futures’ contracts ended the day at -US$37
Transfer pricing & APA considerations during an economic disruption
Mark Kirkey of Gowling WLG on transfer pricing in the new economic reality
Corporate debt is in serious trouble — here’s what it means if the market collapses
Companies are entering a period of uncertainty at high levels of corporate debt, says Jefferson Frank
Pandemic bonds: The financial cure we need for COVID-19?
Some healthy skepticism is warranted when considering the social value of catastrophe bonds
Coronavirus: A simple way to keep workers — and the economy — from getting sick
Governments have an economic tool to use against COVID-19: Unemployment Insurance
Stocks are plummeting — could coronavirus cause a recession?
Economies with strong ties to China could be in for a rocky road ahead