Health Crises Workshop

THURSDAY 26

9.00-9.15Opening remarks
  
9.15-10.00KeynoteGuido Alfani (Bocconi University)
10.00-10.15Coffee break
SESSION I
10.15-11.30Examining the relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic, unemployment, and social disadvantage in Ireland   Speaker: Anne Devlin (Economic and Social Research Institute)
11.30-12.15Health Crises and International Migration: Evidence from the Covid-19 Pandemic Speaker: Christoph Deuster (Institute for Employment Research)
12.15-13.45Lunch
SESSION II
13.45-14.30Home ownership, epidemic mortality and wealth distribution in early modern Leiden, 1630–70 Speaker: Bram van Besouw (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
14.30-15.15Coordinating Epidemic Externalities during the 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic Speaker: Byron Carson (Hampden-Sydney College)
15.15-16.30KeynoteErica Charters (University of Oxford)
16.30-16.45Coffee break
SESSION III
16.45—17.30Lessons Learnt from Past Health Crises: A Review of Key Themes from Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom Speaker: Kate McNeil (University of Cambridge)
17.30-18.15When Diseases Return from the Epidemiological Honeymoon – The Risk of Epidemic Enhancement, Adverse Age-Shifts and Faster Transmission in Incompletely Vaccinated Populations Speaker: Katharina Muhlhoff (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
20.00Dinner

FRIDAY 27

9.00-9.15Coffee
  
9.15-10.00KeynoteMaarten Lindeboom (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)
10.00-10.15Coffee break
SESSION VI
10.15-11.30Spanish Flu in Ireland Speaker: Chris Colvin (Queen’s University Belfast)
11.30-12.15A Model of Economic Activity in San Francisco during the 1918 Influenza Epidemic Speaker: François Velde (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)
12.15-13.45Lunch
ROUNDTABLE
13.45-14.30Speakers: