This webinar will be delivered by Professor Jennifer Welsh.
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Effectively responding to a pandemic like COVID-19 requires two things that may be mutually opposed – on one hand, rapid action and, on the other hand, coordinating governmental responses, as the...
Professor Nicholas King discusses the roles of evidence, expertise, and uncertainty in decision-making during a pandemic.
Professor Taylor Owen briefly discusses what types of health disinformation we are seeing, as well as how civil society, the platform companies and governments are responding.
We are still in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, and there is considerable uncertainty about both basic facts about the disease, and potential interventions for reducing the pandemic's...
Information reliability is central to our public health, social welfare and economic response to the COVID-19 Pandemic./maxbellschoolCategory: Academic talks and conferences
See what Chris Ragan had to say about the fiscal and monetary policy tools we can use to respond to the ongoing "pandemic" recession.
This briefing note by Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, was prepared for our Policy Challenges During a Pandemic series.