Rotterdam impact study COVID-19
The city of Rotterdam is currently being silenced by the coronavirus pandemic. How can Rotterdam recover from this social and economic blow in due time? How can the (future) urban resilience of Rotterdam be increased? And what opportunities are out there? The Rotterdam COVID-19 impact study, recently launched, focuses on precisely these pressing questions. This Rotterdam project is a cooperation between the City of Rotterdam and Vital Cities and Citizens, an initiative from Erasmus University Rotterdam.
From VCC, Dr. Jan Fransen (themeleader within VCC) and prof.dr. Jurian Edelenbos (academic director VCC) are the leaders of this project, and in addition several other researchers cooperate on this project, such as Dr. Naomi van Stapele, Dr. Brian Godor and Dr. Mike Duijn. They will publish a series of policy letters containing advice for municipalities.
Which conditions influence how fast and how Rotterdam will come back stronger out of the corona pandemic? That is the central question of the first policy brief of the Rotterdam impact study COVID-19
Vital Cities and Citizens publishes second policy brief: Research design for case studies
How can Rotterdam effectively recover from the corona crisis? And how can the resilience and future resilience of the city be increased? The COVID-19 impact study focuses on precisely these questions.