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Policy Challenges During a Pandemic

WEBINAR: Partisan Politics During a Pandemic: From Consensus to Conflict

13May202016:30
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How is the COVID19 crisis affecting political partisanship? Why is it accentuated in some countries, but put aside in others? What lessons could we draw for the post-COVID-19 world?...

WEBINAR: Health Disparities Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

27Apr202013:00
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Watch the livestream of this webinar here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TItzg2BYcms/maxbellschoolCategory: Academic talks and conferences

WEBINAR: Food security in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic

1May202013:00
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Aurélie Harou looks at the short-term and expected long-term effects of COVID-19 on the demand and supply of food at home and internationally./maxbellschoolCategory: Academic talks and conferences

Video: “I Am in Control”: Lessons in Crisis Management from Past Crises

22 Apr 2020

Reflecting on past crises, Mel Cappe outlines 20 principles on how best to prepare and strategize for events like the COVID-19 pandemic.

POSTPONED: WEBINAR: The Challenge of Journalism in Abnormal Times

24Apr202013:00
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In this webinar, Professor Andrew Potter will look at the challenge of journalism in abnormal times. Register here./maxbellschoolCategory: Academic talks and conferences

Briefing: Crisis Communications during COVID-19

22 Apr 2020

Adam Daifallah reflects on challenges of communicating public policy during COVID-19.

WEBINAR: Looking Through the Retro-Scope

27May202016:30
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This webinar will look at why policy makers missed so many opportunities to prepare for the pandemic, and why governments frequently fail to learn from history./maxbellschoolCategory: Academic...

WEBINAR: “I Am in Control”: Lessons in Crisis Management from Past Crises

22Apr202013:00
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When President Reagan was shot on March 30, 1981, Al Haig, then Secretary of State famously said:  “ As of now, I am in control at the White House”./maxbellschoolCategory: Academic talks and...

Briefing: Harm Reduction in Pandemic Times

21 Apr 2020

Daniel Weinstock argues that policies can promote social distancing while not forcing people to confine themselves, making the likelihood of voluntary compliance much higher.

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