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Australia's handling of the pandemic ranked more accountable than most, but not perfect

By Miranda Stewart, Professor, The University of Melbourne
Teck Chi Wong, Research Assistant at the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
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A new global study found Australia was one of only four countries of 120 where there was even "adequate" accountability on COVID-19 spending.

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