Type: Technical Report
Data, social sciences, and health resilience
Technical Report, STG Resilience Papers, 2021, [ECO], [RSCAS]
LEVINE, David K., Data, social sciences, and health resilience, STG Resilience Papers, 2021, [ECO], [RSCAS] - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/71697
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There has been little health resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is due in large part to the fact that decision makers have not tapped the relevant expertise of social scientists and have not acquired, or allowed social scientists to acquire, the data needed for clear and careful responses to the pandemic. There is a need for a more systematic involvement of social scientists in data acquisition and decision making.
This STG Resilience Paper is part of the Commission Research Report and Interim Progress Report (June 2021) published by Reform for Resilience.
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Series/Number: STG Resilience Papers; 2021; [ECO]; [RSCAS]
Publisher: European University Institute; Recovery Reform Resilience
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