Economics of a Pandemic

Past Seminar: May 22, 2020 8:30 am
The Economics of a Pandemic was a six-part lecture series, to present cutting edge research on the short and long term impacts of COVID-19. These […]

Seminar overview

The Economics of a Pandemic was a six-part lecture series, to present cutting edge research on the short and long term impacts of COVID-19. These lectures ran from 22 May – 31 June 2020.

What are the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on individuals and businesses? How will the crisis affect the labour market, startups, growth and inequalities? This six-part lecture series presents the latest research by world class academics on topics of immediate relevance to business leaders, to inform their decisions during and after the crisis.

Click on the thumbnails to watch the lectures.

 

Friday 22nd May 
The Immediate and Unequal Impact of the COVID Crisis on Individuals – Abi Adams-Prassl, University of Oxford

Friday 5th June 
Using Machine Learning to Predict Equity Returns in the Time of COVID – Stephen Hansen, Imperial College Business School

Friday 19th June
What Can COVID Testing Teach Us About Experimenting In Business? – Alex Teytelboym, University of Oxford

Friday 3rd July
Startups and the Macroeconomy in a Pandemic – Petr Sedláček, University of Oxford

Friday 17th July
Growth and Inequality After the Pandemic – Gabriel Ulyssea, University of Oxford

Friday 31st July
How do we pay for it? Financial costs of crises and pandemics – Moritz Schularick, University of Bonn
Economics of a Pandemic - Lecture 6

Speakers

Economics of Sustainability

Economics of Sustainability

Seminar dateOctober 1, 2021 8:30 am

Economics of Sustainability was a 3-part lecture series taking place in October 2021, during the run-up to COP26. Hear from our panel of experts on the key economic factors at play in the energy transition and the road to NetZero. Get access to ... Read more

Economics of Post-Crisis Recoveries

Economics of Post-Crisis Recoveries

Seminar dateJanuary 22, 2021 8:30 am

The Economics of a Post-Crisis Recoveries online lecture series explored what a potential recovery from the pandemic could look like. This series ran from 22 January to 18 June 2021. Click on the thumbnails to watch the lectures. Friday ... Read more

Economics of Discrimination

Economics of Discrimination

Seminar dateOctober 30, 2020 12:30 pm

The Economics of Discrimination was an online seminar series on the economics impact of discrimination across our society. The lectures took place on 30 October, 13 November and 27 November 2020. How does parental income or the lack of, ... Read more

OUBEP curates an immersive, rich and intense experience for participants. At its core, lies a combination of outstanding teaching with tutoring sessions in smaller groups. Participants are also able to take advantage of networking opportunities around drinks and dinner or whilst taking part in typical Oxford activities.

At the core of the Oxford University Business Economics Programme is an intensive, two-week development course for the next generation of senior leaders. By combining high-calibre academic tuition, industry-leading keynote speakers, and a diverse group of delegates, OUBEP creates a dynamic space to explore economic theory and applications to help solve problems and create strategic impact.

Play Video