State Responses to COVID in Comparative Perspective
The COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented common threat to global public health and economic and political stability. But across democratic states, public policy responses to COVID-19 have varied dramatically. This panel will consider the great divergence of government responses and outcomes, examining case studies from the United States, Latin America, Asia, and Europe.
Please join us for a panel discussion with:
- Marianne Kneuer, professor of political science; director of the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Hildesheim, Germany; and president of the International Political Science Association
- Kristen Monroe, Chancellor's Distinguished Professor of Political Science; director of the UCI Interdisciplinary Center for the Scientific Study of Ethics and Morality, University of California at Irvine
- Samuel Valenzuela, professor of sociology and Kellogg Institute faculty fellow
- Sharon Yoon, assistant professor of Korean studies and Liu Institute faculty fellow
Moderated by: Andrea Peña-Vasquez, Kellogg Institute doctoral affiliate, political science
Sponsored by the Kellogg Institute and our Research Cluster on Democratization Theory with cosponsorship by the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.