The School of Politics and International Relations' Dr Simon Toubeau will be leading a British Academy-funded project titled 'Assessing the Drivers and Consequences of 'Multi-Level' States' Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the G7'.
As part of the British Academy's programme on 'Pandemic Preparedness: Lessons to Learn from COVID-19 across the G7', the research team - including Dr Hanna Kleider (King's College London) and Professor Franscesco Palermo (Institute for Comparative Federalism, EURAC Research and University of Verona) - will assess why states responded to the pressures of COVID-19 so differently, and consider how they can better coordinate their responses to future pandemics.
The project will start in July 2023 and run for 12 months. It will culminate in a number of outreach activities during which the research team will present their findings to policymakers from G7 countries.
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