Brookings Releases Collection Of Essays On Building Global Economy Post-COVID; Blog Post Discusses Launch Of Platform Using Health Economics Research To Support Policymakers, Researchers In Addressing Pandemic
Brookings Institution: Reimagining the global economy: Building back better in a post-COVID-19 world
“In this collection of 12 essays, leading scholars affiliated with the Global Economy and Development program at Brookings present new ideas that are forward-looking, policy-focused, and that will guide policies and shape debates in a post-COVID-19 world…” (11/17).
Center for Global Development: A Platform to Support the Researchers and Decision-makers Generating and Using Health Economics Research to Tackle COVID-19
Y-Ling Chi, senior policy analyst at CGD, and colleagues discuss the launch of the C19economics.org platform to support policymakers and researchers who are working on health economics for COVID-19 globally, noting, “C19Economics.org was created to curate experiences, data, tools and analyses, facilitate the meeting of researchers and decision makers globally, and support health economists generate evidence for policy across settings (with a focus on LMICs) in a demand driven and scientifically robust fashion. The goal is to facilitate the sharing of experiences and provide analysts with access to a focused set of resources, a space to informally receive peer support and review each other’s work. In addition, the platform aims to provide decision makers and those who advise them with a space to link up with analysts, ask questions about research directly linking to their policy needs, and access summaries of relevant evidence” (11/18).