Covid-19 economics: myths, markets and policy
10 November 2-3pm GMT
The economic landscape has seen dramatic changes since the global pandemic. Find out how COVID-19 is reshaping today's markets and policies.
The COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented shock that challenges our assumptions about societies and challenges their organisation. The panel will explore how the economy is adapting through this crisis and will tackle the questions which flow from it:
How do individuals form beliefs about new risks and their implications?
How do markets evolve to straddle public and private concerns?
How have governments and central banks found a balance between supporting the existing economy and promoting the economy of the future?
Arunma Oteh, Executive in residence, Said Business School
- Pedro Bordalo, Associate Professor Finance and co-author of Older People are Less Pessimistic about the Health Risks of Covid-19
- Renee Adams, Professor of Finance
- Thomas Hellman, DP World Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Site Lead at CDL-Oxford and co-author of A theory of voluntary testing and self-isolation in an ongoing pandemic