This July 10, 2020 edition of 'Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers' contains the following articles: "Tracking the Economic Impact of COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] and Mitigation Policies in Europe and the United States" by Sophia Chen, Deniz Igan, Nicola Pierri, and Andrea F. Presbitero; "Sudden Stop: When Did Firms Anticipate the Potential Consequences of COVID-19?" by Lukas Buchheim, Carla Krolage and Sebastian Link; "COVID-19: Pandemics, recessions, and suicide - lessons from the past and points to the future" by Eudora Maria de Castro Ribeiro; "Right and yet wrong: A spatio-temporal evaluation of Germany's COVID-19 containment policy" by Michael Berlemann and Erik Haustein; "Why Can't Everybody Work Remotely? Blame the Robots" by Ahmed S. Rahman; and "The COVID-19 Shock and Consumer Credit: Evidence from Credit Card Data" by Akos Horvath, Benjamin Kay and Carlo Wix.
Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers Issue 36
Copyright for the papers appearing in this issue of 'Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers' is held by the individual authors
Centre for Economic Policy Research: https://cepr.org/