South Yorkshire Survey to Inform Post-Covid-19 Recovery Policy

22nd March 2021

Researchers from the Department of Economics at the University of Sheffield are looking into the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economic health of local businesses across South Yorkshire.

The research will help to inform regional economic recovery, and the development of new projects and programmes to support businesses. If you run a business in South Yorkshire they are keen to hear about your experiences to inform and direct their findings.

If you would like to contribute to the study you can complete a short survey before the 28th March, all survey questions will be about the effect that the Covid-19 pandemic have had, and are expected to have, on your business.

Open until 28th March you can complete the survey here.

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