This issue of Transfer addresses some of the main analytical and substantive questions stemming from the pandemic that first hit Europe in February 2020. The magnitude of the crisis, in terms of both its impact on health and well-being, and its consequences for economic prospects, is enormous. The massive spread of the virus, higher mortality rates, lockdowns and the huge decline in economic activity in 2020 all seemed to bode ill for our future.

Covid-19 and the world of work in Europe

david natali
2022

Abstract

This issue of Transfer addresses some of the main analytical and substantive questions stemming from the pandemic that first hit Europe in February 2020. The magnitude of the crisis, in terms of both its impact on health and well-being, and its consequences for economic prospects, is enormous. The massive spread of the virus, higher mortality rates, lockdowns and the huge decline in economic activity in 2020 all seemed to bode ill for our future.
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