CoViD-19 Impact Lab

CoViD-19 Impact Lab

CoViD-19 and what it means for us personally, our loved ones, the economy, and society in general is on everyone’s mind. To assess how CoViD-19 is impacting individuals, households, and communities, it is important to know what the population as a whole knows, believes, and how people behave in response to the current pandemic. In order to gain insights, we are running multiple surveys, thereby facilitating near-real-time monitoring of how people respond to the CoViD-19 crisis and the implemented countermeasures to the pandemic. At short notice, we aim to generate helpful insights from contemporaneous data and communicate them to decision-makers and the public. In the medium run, we will provide further in-depth analyses. Our first paper reveals that low-income earners suffer most from the crisis while high-paid workers benefit from the home office option. For further details explore our data. Current and future work will be featured under Publications and other Media.

Note: We are currently looking for Dutch native speakers to make our interactive data exploration tool accessible to a Dutch audience. If you are interested, please check out or call for Dutch Translators for more information!

Supported by

Universität Bonn ECONtribute Collaborative Research Center Transregio 224

Open Source Economics IZA CoViD-19 Impact Lab