Event starts at 3:15. Discover Economics, the Institute for Fiscal Studies and the Economics Observatory present Generation-COVID: a webinar for 15-17 year olds exploring what Covid-19 means for the future of the economy. What will be the impact of disruption to schools? Will the way we work change forever?
'Generation COVID.' What does the pandemic mean for the future economy?
As part of the 2020 Bristol Festival of Economics, the University of Bristol's Professor Richard Davies (the UK's first Chair in the Public Understanding of Economics) hosted a panel discussion about current economic problems, the impact of the pandemic and also looked at why you might want to study economics and become an economist. The panel outlined their specific areas of expertise and discussed what the COVID-19 pandemic means for the future economy. For more information and insight, visit: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/economics https://www.discovereconomics.co.uk https://www.ideasfestival.co.uk/themes/festival-economics
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