COVID-19: the latest research & publishing opportunities
Updated regularly, this page brings together the latest research on the management of the epidemic and the broader impact on society, along with opportunities for you to publish your work with us.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the need for more research into the wider impacts of the crisis on society is being increasingly highlighted.
That’s why we’re passionate about commissioning and disseminating timely and relevant research about the societal impact of the disease.
Read a statement from our CEO, Vicky Williams, about how we are continuing to support our communities during the crisis.
Visit our open access Coronavirus collection
All research published in our Coronavirus collection on our open access platform, Emerald Open Research, is immediately available to read, download and share.
Browse the research and find out more about publishing your own findings with us.
Managing in a crisis: lessons from the COVID-19 crisis
Emerging Markets Case Studies has published a number of cases in the COVID-19 Special issue, in collaboration with Gordon Institution of Business Science, University of Pretoria with more to follow later in the year.
Our latest news & blogs
We believe in the power of diverse voices and exploring different views and experiences, especially as we face a global public health crisis. Read our latest news and blogs, or find out how you can join the conversation.
Emerald preparing for the future: a statement from CEO Vicky Williams
Emerald Publishing, like many other businesses, has been coming to terms with the impact of COVID-19 on our customers, our communities and our…
22nd September 2020
A global think tank is helping policy makers tackle the impact of COVID-19 on SMEs
Author: Dr. Mohammad Nurunnabi, PhD, CMA, SFHEA, FRSA, FAIA (Acad), CMBE Businesses around the globe have been hit hard by the COVID-19…
29th July 2020
The COVID-19 Pandemic and internationalisation of higher education: International students' knowledge, experiences, and wellbeing
Authors: Padmore Adusei Amoah and Ka Ho Mok, Lingnan University, Hong Kong Internationalisation of education is facing unprecedented…
17th June 2020
Teacher whispers: Storying education in times of crisis and emergency
Author: Mark Vicars, Associate Professor- Victoria University, Melbourne Australia In January 2020, teacherwhispers started with the aim…
17th June 2020
You should write your Covid-19 story: The importance of medical humanities today
Author: Samantha Allen Wright Samantha Allen Wright is Assistant Professor of English at William Penn University, USA, and the author of…
8th June 2020
Covid-19 – Authoritarianism, woke hypocrisy and the opportunity to build a better society?
Authors: James Treadwell, John Bahadur Lamb, Adam Lynes and Craig Kelly At the time of writing, the debate continues regarding how most…
19th May 2020
Arts for Health: creativity & coronavirus
Author: Paul Crawford, Professor of Health Humanities, Institution: University of Nottingham As Covid-19 drives people into their homes in…
12th May 2020
Emerald joins the C-19 Business Pledge
We share how we’re striving to get research & resources into the hands of those who need it most. “The answers to the coronavirus…
23rd April 2020
Chinese citizens' reactions and perceptions of the local government response to crisis management
Author: Ka Ho Mok, Chair Professor, Lingnan University, Hong Kong To understand how citizens in China assess their local governments’…
22nd April 2020
Keeping your project on track during a crisis
Author: Yellow Brick Consulting As Transition and Activation Planning project managers, we have encountered many different project crises…
6th April 2020
We have joined the signatories on the Wellcome Trust's statement, which is designed to ensure that research findings and data, relevant to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, are shared rapidly and openly to inform the public health response and help save lives.
Other research articles
As a signatory of the Wellcome statement, we endeavour to make peer-reviewed research relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic freely available during the outbreak. All of our journal articles, including coronavirus-related content can be accessed via Emerald Insight once you complete the simple and free registration process.