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Parents Find It’s OK to Laugh About COVID

November 13, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

New BGU research indicates online humor related to the pandemic is an important coping vehicle for parents.

BGU Education Expert Warns Remote Learning Fails Children

October 5, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

In Israel, Zoom is no substitute for in-class education. Underprivileged communities bear the brunt.

The Forgotten Legacy of 20th Century Pandemics

August 13, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU's Prof. Beiner predicts whether COVID-19 will fade from collective memory like the forgotten flu of 1918.

Why Interest Rates May Not Fall Below Zero

July 16, 2020

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU research finds risk-taking decreases in negative interest rate scenarios and the Fed is taking note.

Negative Interest Rates Keep Investors Away

June 10, 2020

Tags: Business & Management, Social Sciences & Humanities

A BGU study shows risk-taking investors prefer zero interest rates to negative rates when borrowing money.

Depressed? It’s Not Because of Trump

May 13, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers find that Donald Trump's 2016 election did not cause spike in depression among Democrats.

Understanding the Challenges of the Post-Corona Economy

May 7, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

Prof. Avia Spivak shares his views on what it will take for the world economy to regain its health.

Preparing Kids for a Safe Return to School

April 30, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU Prof. Limor Aharonson-Daniel says giving children the facts of what's going on can ease their anxiety.

Insights Into a “New Normal”

April 22, 2020

Tags: Social Sciences & Humanities

BGU researchers weigh in on how some aspects of life during the pandemic may stick with us in its aftermath.


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