Coronavirus Research

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 researchers in the Department have been engaged in a wide number of projects to understand the impact of the crisis on the macro and micro-economy. We've also partnered with colleagues in different universities and have been able to publish some fantastic findings at great speed.

 

OUR COVID-19 Research

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 researchers in the Department have been engaged in a wide number of projects to understand the impact of the crisis on the macro and micro-economy. We've also partnered with colleagues in different universities and have been able to publish some fantastic findings at great speed.  A number of external and internal funding application have been awarded to support this research including from the Department, Divisional and UKRI.

This page will be dedicated to all research projects on COVID-19 by the Department of Economics from the University of Oxford but we might also link to additional working papers or articles where our academic economists have contributed time and expertise.

 

COVID-19 RESEARCH: 'STARTUPS AND EMPLOYMENT FOLLOWING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A CALCULATOR'

THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON ECONOMIC INEQUALITY AND EMPLOYMENT PROGRESSION

OUBEP BREAKFAST series: the Economics of a Pandemic

Economists join together to answer key policy questions on the Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis