The Covid-19 Social Science Lab brings together researchers with the interest in Social Sciences. The lack of knowledge on newly emerged COVID-19 has attracted the attention of the academic sphere and spurred a new wave of research in this area. However, the vast majority of recent studies are focused predominantly on health related issues, while other aspects remain neglected as indicated by the recent scientific literature.
Therefore, the CovidSocLab fills this gap in the literature by providing the latest and comprehensive findings in less-explored areas, including socioeconomic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The current research on COVID-19 is focused on four main pillars, namely: Bibliometrics, Global Student Survey, Public Administration Survey and Government Responses.