Covid Economics

This research collection gathers work on the impact of COVID-19 by BSE Affiliated Professors. Since the first outbreaks of coronavirus and throughout the evolution of the pandemic, researchers across the BSE community have been working to understand its economic and social impact from a variety of fields of expertise, such as:

  • Health Economics (healthcare, public health)
  • Labor Economics (employment, gender inequality, labor markets, mobility)
  • Macroeconomics (financial crisis, fiscal policy, monetary policy)
  • Microeconomics (decision making, firm behavior)
  • Quantitative Methods (econometrics, mathematical modeling)
  • Regional Economics (government policy, transportation)  

Their findings can contribute to the design of policies aimed at mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on individuals and society.

Research in this collection

Videos | Working Papers | Publications 
International portals and research groups
Covid research in Spanish and Catalan


New material is added as it becomes available.
Affiliated Professors can email the BSE Research Office to share their work.


Videos

Barcelona School of Economics Working Papers

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Publications

Contributions to international portals and research groups

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COVID-19 research in Spanish and Catalan

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