Analyzing the well-being impact of Covid-19 is complex. The rapidly emerging international literature suggests that the associations of Covid-19 and lockdown measures with well-being are not straightforward. While some studies find that the pandemic had negative effects on mental health, others find that lockdowns resulted in improvements in well-being and mental health, reversing early declines following the onset of the pandemic and concerns about its eventual effects
The School of Economics were proud to have hosted the Economic Teachers' Society of South Australia annual conference.
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In remembrance of Ian McLean by Ralph Bayer
With great sadness, I’d like to let you know that Ian McLean has passed away. Ian was one of the leading economic historians in Australia, a colleague and a friend. Many of you, particularly if you are an Alumni of the School of Economics, will have known Ian as their inspiring teacher in economic history. Of those of you who might not have met Ian in person, many will have read his incredibly insightful book “Why Australia Prospered” on the economic history of Australia.
If you didn't make the 2020 Harcourt Lecture featuring Professor Stephanie Kelton this week, you can now watch it in full here.