New policy paper: Using data to inform the COVID-19 policy response
As countries strive to deal with the economic impacts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an urgent need for new evidence and research to improve our understanding of the economic crisis in developing countries and the appropriate policy responses.
The IGC is committed to continuing working closely with developing country governments in these uncertain and difficult times on the specific economic challenges posed by the pandemic and will continue to produce research, blogs, videos, online events, and tools to aid policymakers and researchers with developing evidence-based responses to the social and economic facets of the crisis.
- COVID-19 and Cities blog series
- IGC COVID-19 guidance note: Containment strategies and support for vulnerable households
Jonathan Leape et al
- Policymaking in uncertain times: Smart containment with active learning
Astrid R.N. Haas, Adnan Khan, and Asim Khwaja
- COVID-19 Economic Impact Surveys data initiative
Links to all our work and resources relating to COVID-19 can be found through the left-hand navigation bar.