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Who should be first in line for the COVID-19 vaccine? Surveys in 13 countries of the public’s preferences for prioritisation
by Alessia Melegaro, in collaboration with University of Oxford and other universities
The Strength of Family Ties and Aging-Sensitive Epidemics
by Nicoletta Balbo, Francesco Billari, Alessia Melegaro and Adriana Manna
CORONADX - Three Rapid Diagnostic tests (Point-of-Care) for COVID-19, improving epidemic preparedness, public health and socio-economic benefits
by Marco Percoco, Edoardo Croci, and Annamaria Bagaini, in collaboration with Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele (in the framework of Horizon 2020's project CORONADX)
Beliefs about Mask Efficacy and the Effect of Social Norms on Mask-wearing Intentions for COVID-19 Risk Reduction
by Alessia Melegaro and Maria Cucciniello, in collaboration with Yale University, University of Siena, University of Edinburgh, University of Lausanne
COVID-SCORE: A global survey to assess public perceptions of government responses to COVID-19 (COVID-SCORE-10)
by Alessia Melegaro and Francesco Billari, in collaboration with Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy, City University of New York (CUNY), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom
REPEAT: REpresentations, PErceptions and ATtitudes on the COVID-19
by Vincenzo Galasso, Paola Profeta and Carlotta Varriale in collaboration with EIU, Harvard Business School, University Toulouse and Sciences Po
Women’s work, housework and childcare before and after Covid-19
by Paola Profeta in collaboration with Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin
COVID-19 and Intergenerational Conflict
by Catherine E. De Vries, Francesco Billari and Paula Rettl
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The Effects of Compulsory Vaccination Law and COVID-19 on Vaccine Hesitancy: Analyzing Digital Traces from Italy
By Alessia Melegaro, Veronica Toffolutti, and Adriana Manna
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Who should be first in line for the COVID-19 vaccine? Surveys in 13 countries of the public’s preferences for prioritisation
by Alessia Melegaro, in collaboration with University of Oxford and other universities