Governing with Statistics
Posted on: Mon 26 Oct 2020
In the world of COVID-19, statistics have become one of the most commonly cited sources of information when comparing how each state and territory is dealing with the virus.
They also have a part to play in governments making decisions to decide what they should do next to ensure everyone’s safety.
But to what extent to they drive government policy overall?
Joining Breakfast‘s Zoe Kounadis and Tom Mann to help us find out is Samantha Vilkins, a PhD candidate from the Australian National University.
Produced by Tom Mann
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