Category: Coronavirus

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Ready to lift the lockdowns?

When testing and tracing are only two of the policy tools for a successful reopening of the economies.

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Low oil prices in the COVID era

The sharp decline in oil prices presents governments with a dilemma: should they reduce retail prices?

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Knightian uncertainty

Can the COVID-19 induced economic uncertainty be quantified? In such an environment, can we use quantitative models to guide policy?

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Interesting initiatives

Many webinar series have been launched to disseminate new research on COVID-19. In this newsletter we included the ones we are following.

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Will COVID-19 be a game changer?

What will change in politics and in our way of life? Could there be a green recovery?

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The pandemic possibility frontier

The trade-off between economic activity and mortality through the lens of a HANK model and when R̥ₒ<1 is an economic constraint.

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How to control aggregate demand during the pandemic

New and interesting research on the effectiveness of fiscal policy in stabilizing aggregate demand.

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Thoughts on the world after the coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus pandemic is a world-shattering event whose far-ranging consequences we can only begin to imagine today.

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What is going on in emerging markets?

This pandemic will be the worst crisis ever for the emerging markets.

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Economic consequences of pandemics

Hot off the press research on the macroeconomic effects of previous pandemics on the European and U.S. economies.

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