Fridays at 09:00 (GMT) - starting on 5 February for 6 weeks!

The webinars will bring together chapter contributors who will discuss their key findings and observations over a range of productivity-related issues, and share their thoughts on what needs to be considered in terms of the way forward as we work through the effects of the pandemic.

Spatial considerations in a Post Covid-19 environment

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Policy implications for a Post Covid-19

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Thinking and Acting Differently Post Covid-19

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Please download the slides which provide Jen Nellles’ presentation as a clear recording.

Employer and employee needs Post Covid-19

Apologies for the typo in the Chapter author’s name for ‘BUSINESS MODELS, INNOVATION AND EMPLOYEES’ EXPERIENCES IN THE WORKPLACE: CHALLENGES FOR THE POST COVID-19 ECONOMY’,  it should Read Patricia Findlay.

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Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Post-Covid19

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Finances and Efficiency in a post Covid-19 Environment

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Please Register in Advance for each of the upcoming events.

REGISTER NOW! Webinar 1 (05 February 2021) SPATIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN A POST-COVID19 ENVIRONMENT

REGISTER NOW! Webinar 2 (12 February 2021) POLICY IMPLICATIONS FOR A POST-COVID19 UK

REGISTER NOW! Webinar 3 (19 February 2021) THINKING AND ACTING DIFFERENTLY POST-COVID19

REGISTER NOW! Webinar 4 (26 February 2021) EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE NEEDS POST-COVID19

REGISTER NOW! Webinar 5 (05 March 2021) ENTERPRISE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP POST-COVID19

REGISTER NOW! Webinar 6 (12 March 2021) FINANCES AND EFFICIENCY IN A POST-COVID19 ENVIRONMENT

'The Productivity Insights Network has been building huge insight and credibility in the past two years and with this collection of papers, is leading the way on identifying potential new patterns in our economy.’

- Tony DankerDirector-General, Confederation of British Industry (CBI), UK

‘If ever there was a timely book on an important question this is it. The need to address the spatial and human aspects of Britain’s low productivity had no sooner reached the top of the political agenda than Covid-19 struck, plunging us into radical uncertainty. This well-focused collection of data-rich studies begins to illuminate how Covid-19 has altered and compounded the productivity problem.’

– Sir Paul Collier CBEUniversity of Oxford, UK

Related event: Webinar replay

OECD Trento Centre for Local Development & Productivity Insights Network

Spatial productivity in the post-COVID-19 world

The webinar represented the 12th Meeting of the OECD Spatial Productivity Lab

The Spatial Productivity Lab (SPL) at the OECD Trento Centre for Local Development and the Productivity Insights Network organised a webinar “Spatial productivity in the post-COVID-19 world” on 4 February 2021.

The meeting consisted of three consecutive sessions each devoted to a specific aspect of the spatial productivity discourse during and after the pandemic (labour, innovation and resilience).

More than 150 people participated in the meeting. The audience included representatives of academia, policy and research institutions, the private sector, governments and multilateral organisation from 25 countries (Argentina, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK and USA).

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