Applying cross-cultural research methods to COVID-19 research

Economic recovery: Enabling comparative research on COVID-19 - Research agenda-setting paper

The global nature of COVID-19 presents some unprecedented opportunities for cross-cultural research, which can help us to better understand the impacts of culture, public policy and resilience on economic recovery.  Charlotte Brown is part of an international working group, convened through the CONVERGE centre, that has developed a research agenda for economic recovery research.

This short paper outlines the research methods and principles from natural hazard research we can apply to research related to COVID-19, as well as the notable differences and challenges.

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