Chicago Booth faculty field questions from Booth students and alumni about how COVID-19 has changed, and will change, various aspects of management and leadership.
Thought Leadership on COVID-19
The rapid spread of the global coronavirus pandemic and its economic, societal, and health impact have been unprecedented.
In the midst of the pandemic, Booth faculty have pivoted their research focus in extraordinary ways to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, exploring how the pandemic has impacted the global economy and the world. Their new research, as well as the existing academic literature, is providing the insights that can help policymakers, investors, business people, and everyone else cope with the uncertain terrain ahead.
Public policy has been unable to inspire optimism among consumers.
Household spending responses were driven largely by access to cash, research finds.
A former governor of the Bank of England takes part in a virtual conversation at Chicago Booth’s London campus.
Booth economic experts gathered virtually to discuss how the global pandemic is shaping the economic outlook.
Leading scholars from Chicago Booth shared what’s ahead for Europe and beyond amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Leading scholars from Booth and the University of Hong Kong shared expert insights and perspectives on what’s next for the economy in Asia and around the world.
Research explores how the pandemic has changed the economy—and the world.
Booth faculty have pivoted their research focus in extraordinary ways in response to the COVID-19 crisis, analyzing data in real time with urgency.
Three Booth faculty members shared a glimpse into their home lives and explained how that intersects with their professional and scholarly work as the pandemic unfolds.
In designing the contact tracing algorithm for India’s official COVID-19 contact tracing app, this Booth student relied on learnings from the Big Problems course.
See the UChicago Forward website for details on the university’s reopening plans.