As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, we are providing research, analysis and perspective in order to guide and inform the decisions being made by policymakers and business leaders.
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Insights and Analysis on the COVID-19 Pandemic
In the Media: Faculty Analysis & Perspectives
January 19, 2021Faculty member Szu-chi Huang discusses the impact of human portrayals in messaging and media on health outcomes.
December 29, 2020Courtesy faculty member Nicholas A. Bloom discusses how increasing pay and benefits can reinforce employee loyalty.
December 25, 2020In this article, courtesy faculty member Nicholas A. Bloom discusses his research on the new work-from-home economy.
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December 21, 2020In this article, faculty member Anat R. Admati shares her business predictions for the new year.
December 17, 2020
WrittenFaculty member Jeffrey Pfeffer shares commentary on the challenges of working from home in this article.
December 17, 2020This op-ed features research coauthored by courtesy faculty member Nicholas A. Bloom which forecasts what remote work will look like in 2021.
Insights on the COVID Crisis
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- Featured ResearchWrittenDespite ample research on the prevalence of specific psychiatric disorders during COVID-19, we know little about the broader psychological impact of the pandemic on a wider population. The study investigates the prevalence and predictors of general psychiatric disorders in the United Kingdom, a country heavily hit by the pandemic.