Opinion

That cheap dress you bought online might actually help the economy

Adam Triggs
March 7 2024 - 5:30am

Everyone knows you can save lots of money from shopping online. But how much? Are those savings big enough to shift the macroeconomic dials on inflation and interest rates? Who in the community benefits most?

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Adam Triggs

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Adam Triggs is a partner at the economics advisory firm, Mandala, a visiting fellow at the ANU Crawford School and a non-resident fellow at the Brookings Institution.

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