Browse some of the latest studies on the social impacts of (and responses to) COVID-19
The International Public Policy Observatory holds weekly ‘newsroom’ meetings at which all of our UK and global partner organisations can highlight notable new research relating to the social impacts of, and policy responses to, COVID-19. A selection of these ‘research notes’ can be browsed below.
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Resolution Foundation (21.04.21) This report provides some of the first evidence on how the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on ...Read More
Institute for Fiscal Studies (April 2021) The UK is widely recognised to have a significant problem with adult skills. A ...Read More
Abbi Hobbs and Faye Bolan (20.04.21) Distance learning is a way of studying without the learner being physically present in ...Read More
Tom Shakespeare et al (26.01.21) This paper reports on in-depth qualitative interviews conducted with 69 disabled people in England and ...Read More
Thomas Hale et al, Blavatnik School of Government (08.03.21) COVID-19 has prompted unprecedented government action around the world. We introduce ...Read More
Nesta and Y Lab (20.04.21) COVID-19 has exposed a divide between those who have data to spare and those who ...Read More
Office for National Statistics (19.04.21) This article looks at how different propensities of homeworking impact an individual's job outcomes and ...Read More
Systematic review by Drury et al (07.04.21) Background Covid-status certification – certificates for those who test negative for the SARS-CoV-2 ...Read More
Royal College of Psychiatrists (08.04.21) Children and young people are bearing the brunt of the mental health crisis caused by ...Read More
The Policy Institute, King’s College London (26.03.21) Along with disparities in income and wealth (56%), Britons are particularly concerned about ...Read More