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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.

Books

New and noteworthy books in economics (March)

…for those of you who can concentrate and read a book during the COVID-19 crisis: Stiglitz on Europe, Kay and King on handling uncertainty, Deaton and Coase on deaths of despair and Skidelsky on the failures of economics through an interdisciplinary prism.

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Innovation in the time of coronavirus

3D printing and digital manufacturing are taking center stage during the coronavirus crisis. What will the effect be on global value chains?

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Employment during the pandemic

Who are the workers mostly at risk during this pandemic?

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The economics of pandemics

Economists model the evolution and the costs of pandemics. Does fear help or worsen the situation?

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Coronavirus in the U.S.

Policies, bottlenecks and disagreements.

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