Covid-19 economic policy


Chairperson: Gilberto Corbellini

Covid and the resulting mobility containment and social distancing measures have generated a significant contraction in the supply side of the economy, accompanied by a simultaneous reduction in demand for goods and services. Which rights and needs have been judged worthy of priority safeguards? How has the affirmation of the precaution principle been practically structured? What are the economic and social consequences of the virus? What alternative decisions might have been possible? What impact did the bio-surveillance systems framework and the overall organisation of the various health frameworks have? What measures seem top priority in raising our ability to manage a second wave and other possible pandemic emergencies? These are just some of the themes and questions we are looking at. 


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  • 9 October 2020
  • 17:00
  • Live Streaming Event