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Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers: Issue 57, 13 November 2020   [open pdf - 0B]

This November 13, 2020 edition of 'Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers' contains the following articles: "Who should get it first? Public preferences for distributing a COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] vaccine" by Jeroen Luyten, Sandy Tubeuf and Roselinde Kessels; "Do masks reduce COVID-19 deaths? A county-level analysis using IV [instrumental variable]" by David M. Welsch; "Aggregate and intergenerational implications of school closures: A quantitative assessment" by Youngsoo Jang and Minchul Yum; "Polarized politics of pandemic response and the Covid-19 connectedness across the US states" by Umut Akovali and Kamil Yilmaz; and "Monitoring in real time: Cross-country evidence on the COVID-19 impact on GDP [gross domestic product] growth in the first half of 2020" by Michael König and Adalbert Winkler.

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2020-11-13
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Copyright for the papers appearing in this issue of 'Covid Economics: Vetted and Real-Time Papers' is held by the individual authors
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