COVID-19 US employment shocks 'likely larger than Great Depression'
The U.S. is likely to see a near-term 24% drop in employment, 17% percent drop in wages, and 22% drop in economic activity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, according to a new study from the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School.
Navigating the COVID-19 'infodemic' - how are people accessing news and information?
A new report from the Oxford Martin School's Misinformation, Science and Media programme analyses how people in six countries - Argentina, Germany, South Korea, Spain, the UK and the US) - accessed news and information about COVID-19 in the early stages of the global pandemic.
Coronavirus: why a blanket ban on wildlife trade would not be the right response
The COVID-19 ‘infodemic’: what does the misinformation landscape look like and how can we respond?
Why vaccines should be compulsory
GCSCC Presents Research Findings to Global Community and Welcomes Regional Partner in South Africa
The world before this coronavirus and after cannot be the same
COVID–19 has intensified concerns about misinformation. Here's what our past research says about these issues
The production and the spread of misinformation have become major concerns for scholars, policy makers, and commentators across the world.
Contagion: the systemic risks of globalisation
The spread of COVID-19 is alarming. But not surprising. Globalisation creates systemic risks. More flows between countries make risks more contagious.