Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers: Issue 14, 6 May 2020   [open pdf - 0B]

This May 6, 2020 edition of 'Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers' contains the following articles: "A simple planning problem for Covid-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] lockdown" by Fernando Alvarez, David Argente and Francesco Lippi; "Economic policy incentives to preserve lives and livelihoods" by Roberto Chang and Andrés Velasco; "Where are the missing emergencies? Lockdown and health risk during the pandemic" by Jorge Alé-Chilet Juan Pablo Atal, and Patricio Domínguez; "Health vs. wealth? Public health policies and the economy during Covid-19" by Peter Zhixian Lin, and Christopher M. Meissner; "When the markets get Covid: Contagion, viruses, and information diffusion" by Mariano Massimiliano Croce, Paolo Farroni, and Isabella Wolfskeil; "Inequality of fear and selfquarantine: Is there a trade-off between GDP [gross domestic product] and public health?" by Sangmin Aum, Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee, and Yongseok Shin; "COVID-19: Cross-country heterogeneity in effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions" by Gonzalo Castex, Evgenia Dechter, and Miguel Lorca; and "Working from home under Covid-19: Who is affected? Evidence from Latin American and Caribbean countries" by Isaure Delaporte and Werner Peña.

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Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers Issue 14
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