May 01, 2020

Covid‑19 and the oil price collapse

By Rachel Ziemba, Roland Rajah and Rodger Shanahan

Rachel Ziemba, Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, joins Roland Rajah, the Lowy Institute’s Director of the International Economy Program, and Rodger Shanahan, a Research Fellow with the Lowy Institute's West Asia Program, to discuss the efforts of the recent oil price collapse on the global economy and international landscape.

Listen to the full conversation on the Lowy Institute's COVIDcast podcast.

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