Socio-Life Scientific Survey on COVID-19
Masato Yodo and
Discussion papers from Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI)
In overcoming the COVID-19 crisis, contribution from social science is indispensable as well as medical research. With this consideration, we have initiated a socio-life scientific survey on COVID-19, which is associated with the antibody test for the virus, targeting 3,000 participants of the Nagahama Survey and 1,000 medical workers at the Kyoto University Hospital. The survey is designed to highlight respondents' changes in behavior, the effect of the COVID-19 outbreak on respondents' values, and the actual spread of COVID-19 among the respondents.
Pages: 34 pages
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