Back Issues of the West Midlands Weekly Economic Impact Monitor

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WM REDI has been tasked with providing an up to date monitor of the current COVID-19 economic impacts, on a weekly basis. These reports will help regional partners to shape responses and interventions to boost the region’s resilience so that it can thrive going forward. Each week the focus of the report is based on research and evidence published that week.

The weekly monitor brings together data and intelligence from the WM REDI partnership into one single source which can be shared and utilised in planning and responding to the challenge of the virus. This is a rapid review of the issues. It is not intended to be a comprehensive assessment but rather a practical report which places emphasis on emerging issues and the best data and intelligence we have to date.

You can view back issues of the monitor below:

Issue 29 – 9th October 2020

Issue 28 – 2nd October 2020

Issue 27 – 25th September 2020

Issue 26 – 18th September 2020

Issue 25 – 11th September 2020

 

Issue 24 – 4th September 2020 Issue 16 – 10th July 2020 Issue 8 – 14th May 2020
Issue 23 – 28th August 2020 Issue 15 – 3rd July 2020 Issue 7 – 7th May 2020
Issue 22 – 21st August 2020 Issue 14 – 26th June 2020 Issue 6 – 30th April 2020
Issue 21 – 14th August 2020 Issue 13 – 19th June 2020 Issue 5 – 23rd April 2020
Issue 20 – 7 August 2020 Issue 12 – 12th June 2020 Issue 4 – 16th April 2020
Issue 19 – 31 July 2020 Issue 11 – 5th June 2020 Issue 3 – 9th April 2020
Issue 18 – 24th July 2020 Issue 10 – 29th May 2020 Issue 2 – 2nd April 2020
Issue 17 – 17th July 2020 Issue 9 – 21st May 2020 Issue 1 – 26th March 2020

 


City-REDI / WM REDI have developed a resource page with all of our analysis of the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the West Midlands and the UK. It includes previous editions of the West Midlands Weekly Economic Monitor, blogs and research on the economic and social impact of COVID-19. You can view that here.


Disclaimer: 
The views expressed in this analysis post are those of the authors and not necessarily those of City-REDI or the University of Birmingham.

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