Coronavirus and the impact on poverty [Podcast] EP7

Emma Congreve, Dave Innes

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Abstract

Dave Innes, Head of Economics at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, joins Emma Congreve to discuss the impact that the shutdown of many parts of the economy will have on poverty across the UK. They discuss what we know so far about the impact on low income households, what support needs to be in place to protect those who are the most financially vulnerable as the crisis evolves, and how policy may change in future as we come out the other side.

Timestamps
[1:57] Poverty before the crisis
[4:21] What do we know about the impact so far
[7:57] Impacts in different parts of the UK
[11:40] Government support so far
[16:43] Support that may be required in the future
[19:45] Thoughts on economic policy making beyond the crisis
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
EditionEP7
Media of outputOnline
Size22.3 MB
Publication statusPublished - 21 Apr 2020

Keywords

  • coronavirus
  • poverty
  • shutdown
  • low income households
  • financially vulnerable
  • government support
  • economic policy

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