Public Policy Lab COVID-19 Policy Briefs
Posted by Temple University Public Policy Lab on August 25, 2020
Temple University’s Public Policy Lab (PPL) continues its series of conversations with experts on the policy impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are publishing three COVID-19 Policy Briefs. PPL’s Policy Briefs provide concise summaries of policy-relevant academic research for policy makers and the public. The Briefs cover a range of topics including COVID-19’s relationship to the opioid crisis, higher education, and immigrant communities:
The Convergence of the COVID-19 and Opioid Health Crises in the US – By Jeremy Mennis & Gerald J. Stahler, Department of Geography and Urban Studies, Temple University
COVID-19: Challenges for Higher Education – By Douglas Webber, Department of Economics, Temple University
The Hardest Hit: Post-COVID Unemployment in Immigrant-Dense Industries – By Cody Spence & James D. Bachmeier, Department of Sociology, Temple University
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