Viral Economics – The Social and Economic Aspects of the Pandemic
Author: Taub Center Staff
Research and data
How has Israel’s response to the coronavirus crisis developed over time? Timeline: The Coronavirus in Israel
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Alex Weinreb about the second wave of the Coronavirus
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Bulletin Article: Why do Israeli parents struggle to find work-life balance?
Nachum Blass : Let’s not just return to normalcy: the coronavirus crisis as an opportunity for change
Suzanne Patt Benvenisti writes in Times of Israel about the possible implications of remote learning on children from lowest income families
Prof. Yossi Shavit: To Tackle Inequality in Israel, We Need to Look to Early Childhood
Liora Bowers calls: Employers, let your staff stay home
Dov Chernichovsky, Alex Weinreb and Avi Weiss: If My Grandmother Had Had Wheels (to Scoot Away from the Grandkids), We Wouldn’t Have Needed a Lockdown …
Nachum Blas wondered: Will we miss the opportunity to lower the number of students per class to 25?