This September 10, 2020 edition of 'Covid Economics Vetted and Real-Time Papers' contains the following articles: "Economic epidemiology in the wake of Covid-19 [coronavirus disease 2019]" by David McAdams; "Individualism during crises" by Bo Bian, Jingjing Li, Ting Xu and Natasha Z. Foutz; "Entrepreneur debt aversion and financing decisions: Evidence from COVID-19 support programs" by Mikael Paaso, Vesa Pursiainen and Sami Torstila; "Covid-19 supply chain disruptions" by Matthias Meier and Eugenio Pinto; "Epidemics, poverty, and social cohesion: Lessons from the past and possible scenarios for COVID-19" by Remi Jedwab, Amjad M. Khan, Richard Damania, Jason Russ and Esha D. Zaveri; "Forecasting the impact of the COVID-19 shock on the Mexican economy" by Felipe Meza; "Risk communication during COVID-19: A descriptive study on familiarity with, adherence to and trust in the WHO [World Health Organization] preventive measures" by Nirosha Elsem Varghese, Iryna Sabat, Sebastian Neuman-Böhme, Jonas Schreyögg, Tom Stargardt, Aleksandra Torbica, Job van Exel, Pedro Pita Barros and Werner Brouwer; and "From villains to heroes? The economics profession and its response to the pandemic" by Diane Coyle.
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Covid Economics Vetted and Real Time Papers (September 10, 2020), issue 48