Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers: Issue 39, 23 July 2020   [open pdf - 0B]

This July 23, 2020 edition of 'Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers' contains the following articles: "Global Macroeconomic Scenarios of the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] Pandemic" by Warwick McKibbin and Roshen Fernando; "Take me out: De facto limits on strict lockdowns in developing countries" by Eduardo Levy Yeyati, and Luca Sartorio; "From Fear to Hate: How the COVID-19 Pandemic Sparks Racial Animus in the United States" by Runjing Lu and Yanying Sheng; "The gendered division of paid and domestic work under lockdown" by Alison Andrew , Sarah Cattan, Monica Costa Dias, Christine Farquharson, Lucy Kraftman, Sonya Krutikova, Angus Phimister and Almudena Sevilla; "Epidemics and increasing returns to scale on social distancing" by Eric Nævdal; "The cost of being unprepared or the benefit of the precautionary principle? Comparing cost-benefit COVID-19 policies and outcomes in Scandinavia" by Brooks A. Kaiser, Henning Jørgensen, Lucas Porto Echave-Sustaeta, Maarten J. Punt, Simon Sølvsten, Chris Horbel and Eva Roth; and "Coronagraben. Culture and social distancing in times of COVID-19" by Neha Deopa and Piergiuseppe Fortunato.

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Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers Issue 39
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