PhD candidate from the School of Economics Werner Pena has had a paper entitled ‘The Distributional Consequences of Social Distancing on Poverty and Labour Income … Read more
March News Roundup
March marked the one-year anniversary since the first lockdown and while we’re still not back together in person yet, it’s been a rich time for … Read more
February News Roundup
In a month where the government gave us hope of a return to “normality,” here is a summary of what has been going on in … Read more
Finding Opportunities in Difficult Circumstances
Year in Industry student Tayla-Leigh Dos Santos decided to see her placement year amid a global pandemic ‘as an opportunity’ and has been retained by … Read more
CEAS, at the School of Economics give evidence to Kent County Council on COVID’s impact on farming in Kent.
The Centre for European Agri-Environmental Studies (CEAS) at the School of Economics was asked by Kent County Council to support a new inquiry of the … Read more
Research focusing on India, post coronavirus, conducted by Amrit Amirapu and Irma Clots-Figueras has been awarded grant.
Many of our researchers at the School of Economics have been working to create solutions to the economic fallout caused by the global coronavirus pandemic. … Read more