Economics of the COVID-19 pandemic
Last updated 03 August 2020
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, several organisations are creating educational resources looking at economic aspects of the pandemic. To add to this list, please email email@example.com.
Lecture slides, assignments and exercises
- The CORE team maintain a list of resources dedicated to teaching Economics during the COVID-19 crisis.
Blogs & research summaries
- Our sister project Discover Economics is running a COVID-19 blog aimed at current and prospective students. Each post has questions for discussion and links to further resources.
- The Economics Observatory is a collective initiative by the research community to answer questions from policy-makers and the public about the economics of the COVID-19 crisis and the recovery
Podcasts & interviews
- The Society of Professional Economics has released a podcast series interviewing economists about the pandemic.
- The Institute for Fiscal Studies also has a podcast, hosted by Paul Johnson, looking at coronavirus's effects on the UK economy.
- CoronaNomics interviews eminent economists, including Nobel laureates, about aspects of the pandemic. The channel is a mix of long streams and short edited clips.
- The Economist have a video playlist in which their contributors provide analysis of the pandemic. Each video is around ten minutes.
- IZA World of Labor have a series of YouTube interviews with labour economists internationally, about the effect of the pandemic in their counties. Each is between 10 and 20 minutes.
- The Office for National Statistics have also created a page with the latest data and analysis related to the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the economy and society. In particular, the 'Coronavirus Roundup' may be useful for any projects you are running with students.
- The COVID symptom study has made its data available online. This is the largest community monitoring of COVID-19 in the world.