Power and Inequality in Global Production Systems (PIPS) is the title of the new research project led by Prof. Stefano Ponte.
The project just received funds from The Independent Research Fund Denmark.
Two political scientists from the CBS research platform, Inequality, Jens Olav Dahlgaard and Zoltán Fazekas, investigate into this. And in their second report they have new conclusions as to whether
'homeschooling' versus 'back to school' have an impact on the familiy situation as regards to health, emotional well-being, government support and the family's economical situation. Find the report here.
Birthe Larsen and Anne Sofie Lassen, both economists at the CBS research platform on Inequality, write on the increasing rate of domestic violence and the crisis economy during COVID-19 in the Danish newspaper Politiken
After weeks of homeschooling during the Danish COVID-19 lock down some of the Danish school children are back at their schools while some are still at home. Does this make any difference to their families?
Two political scientists from CBS have investigated into this and contribute with new knowledge during challenging times.
How can we measure the economic impact of the COVID-19 lockdown and the possible scenarios for political action? Can we put a pricetag on human life and how do we compare death rates and statistics on unemployment?
Economist and Academic Director of the CBS Inequality Platform, Birthe Larsen, comments in the Danish news programme Deadline.