The e61 Institute for economic research combines innovative data with state-of-the-art tools from economics, data science, econometrics and machine learning to answer economic and social science questions. It brings together academia, industry and government to push the knowledge frontier and tackle the big problems facing society.
What can we learn about the impacts of COVID-19 on young people’s pathways into meaningful employment? And how can we use it to positively benefit policy and youth-focused programs?
The Peer to Peer Network Pilot will co-design a peer to peer networking model to connect Learning for Life families with one another to fill gaps in support and add value to local communities, with the aim to scale it across the Smith Family’s more than 90 communities.