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.
And if you are an academic working on COVID-related social sciences research that spans any of our broad topic areas (education, mental health, Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, vulnerable communities, housing, care and online life), we’re equally keen to hear about your work. Simply fill in this form and we will be in touch soon.
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
Shrotri et al, The Vivaldi Study (26.03.21) We conducted a systematic search for studies which evaluated SARS-CoV-2 vaccine effectiveness in ...Read More
US National Library of Medicine (regularly updated) This is a database of ongoing and completed COVID-19 studies listed on the ...Read More
The British Academy: evidence review (23.03.21) The British Academy was asked by the Government Office for Science to produce an ...Read More
The British Academy: COVID-19 policy responses (23.03.21) In September 2020, the British Academy was asked by the Government Office for ...Read More
Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford. Note: this working paper is regularly updated to reflect the changes in data; ...Read More
Pennycook et al, Psychological Science (30.06.20) Across two studies with more than 1,700 US adults recruited online, we present evidence ...Read More
Cinelli et al, Nature (06.10.20) We address the diffusion of information about COVID-19 with a massive data analysis on Twitter, ...Read More
Institute for Fiscal Studies (21.09.20) In this report, we present analysis of some of the first data on children’s lives ...Read More