There has been a very positive response to the request from the Academia Europaea Board for published papers relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is a summary of papers received to date:
Chris Hann MAE considers the impact of the pandemic on labour mobility, home working and householding, as part of a blog series for COMPAS, the Centre on Migration, Policy, and Society, a research centre at the University of Oxford.
In his blog piece [in French] on the website of the École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Roberto Casati MAE considers temporal factors and decision-making in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data and mathematical modelling
Robert Lew MAE is working (in collaboration with Dr Wojciech Młocek) on a mathematical model to predict the course of COVID-19 in individual countries. The work has been submitted to a major journal (preprint on medRxiv) and there is a daily-updated online dashboard publicly available.
An alternative static-page presentation, with more countries, new case forecasts, and country comparisons is available here.
Josep Domingo-Ferrer MAE is one of a group of scientists making recommendations on personal data and privacy in the context of COVID-19 apps, in an article in Transactions on Data Privacy.
and the online daily news journal published by the Geophysical Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences [in Russian].
Public health and healthcare ethics
Martin McKee’s MAE website contains links to all his papers, interviews and other activities relating to COVID-19.
Request for further contributions
We welcome further contributions from MAEs. Please email AECardiffHub@cardiff.ac.uk