Professor Edward Cartwright

Professor Edward Cartwright

Total 4 Posts
  • Leicester, UK.
Professor of Economics, De Montfort University. Director of the Institute for Applied Economics and Social Value.

School attendance during the lockdown – What have we learnt?

5 min read
Why has a larger number of pupils attended school in person during the current lockdown than in the first lockdown, and has it contributed to the spread of coronavirus?

Why are more children in school now than during the first lockdown?

4 min read
We need to return to a norm of families only accessing in-school provision where it is absolutely unavoidable, and that appropriate economic and social support is provided to those who need it most.

Leicester economist: Our city was vulnerable to a coronavirus outbreak.

4 min read
Second waves of coronavirus cases are far more likely to be driven by poverty and economic necessity.

We asked people if they were breaking lockdown rules before and after the Dominic Cummings scandal – Here’s what they told us.

5 min read
There’s an important difference between responses before and after people learned the prime minister’s chief adviser was not following the rules.
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