COVID-19 EUI Reading List
Contributions by EUI academics
The EUI Library has created a dedicated collection in Cadmus for various types of COVID-19 contributions by EUI members.
Read below some of the most recent contributions:
- COVID-19, gender and access to human rights, by Sebnem Kenis, Policy Leader Fellow, School of Transnational Governance
- Pandemics... the great leveler?, by Prof. Fabrizio Bernardi, SPS Department
- Learning from trade policy responses in the COVID-19 pandemic, by Prof. Bernard Hoekman, Dean of External Relations, Matteo Fiorini and Aydin Yildirim;
- Corona Solidarity, by Björn Bremer and Philipp Genschel
- The COVID-19 lockdown: A breath of fresh air for Italy?, by Risto Conte Keivabu, SPS Department
- COVID-19 and The Social Contract: A Lesson from Sub-Saharan Africa, by Eniola Anuoluwapo Soyemi, Max Weber Fellow
- Global cooperation in times of Covid-19: Expect global power shifts and a ‘million-euro opportunity', by Jonas Brendebach and Nathalie Tocci
- Economic policies for the aftermath of COVID-19, by George Papaconstantinou and Sebastian Diessner
Stay nearby or get checked
EUI's professor Arnout van de Rijt explains how limiting long-range connections might help to keep a second wave of the coronavirus under control.
Quarantine and the Genesis of Border Controls
Professor Vanessa Grotti, at the Robert Schuman Centre, explains how 'Quarantine' was born as a technique of disease containment, and later developed into a form of border control.
Several publishers and providers have made online resources available in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The EUI library regularly updates an overview of these resources.