Vital Cities and Citizens publishes second policy brief: Research design for case studies

Impactstudy COVID-19

Erasmus Initiative Vital Cities and Citizens (VCC) has published a second policy brief within the Rotterdam Impact Study COVID-19. The central question reads: Through which working methods and activities have cities been able to emerge stronger out of the COVID-19 crisis?

The team 'Leren en Doorgroeien' of the city of Rotterdam wants to research a number of cases and systematically compare these to draw lessons and to develop perspectives of action for Rotterdam and her citizens. The study is a coproduction of the municipality of Rotterdam and VCC. The (inter)national network of the municipality and the EUR will be utilized to collect data from specific cases.

Dr. Jan Fransen (theme lead within VCC) and Prof. dr. Jurian Edelenbos (academic director VCC) have published the second policy brief of the impactstudy COVID-19. The key question reads as follows: Through which working methods and activities have cities been able to emerge stronger out of the COVID-19 crisis? Below you can download this policy brief.  

Professor

Prof. Dr. Jurian Edelenbos

Researcher

Dr. Jan Fransen

Contact

Britt Boeddha van Dongen

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