Economics Faculty offer expertise on the economic implications of COVID-19 pandemic

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Please find a list of commentaries by our Faculty on the economic implications of COVID-19 pandemic:

Deploy the Safety Net by Robert A. Moffitt

Online Lecture: Macroeconomics of COVID-19 by Jonathan H. Wright

Can the U.S. Safety Net Handle the COVID-19 Pandemic and Recession? by Robert A. Moffitt

Embracing Distancing and Cushioning the Blow to the Economy by Robert J. Barbera, Floyd Norris and Jonathan H. Wright

Economists and Epidemiologists, Not At Odds, but in Agreement: We Need a Broad Based COVID-19 Testing Survey by Robert J. Barbera, David W. Dowdy and Nicholas W. Papageorge

The Unequal Cost of Social Distancing by Stefanie DeLuca, Nicholas W. Papageorge and Emma Kalish

Do Social Networks Increase or Decrease the COVID-19 Contagion Rate? by Dora L. Costa and Matthew E. Kahn

COVID-19 Data: Signal versus Noise by Robert J. Barbera, Floyd Norris and Jonathan H. Wright

The Best Kind of Stimulus by Robert J. Barbera, Floyd Norris and Jonathan H. Wright

Market Volatility by Floyd Norris

Votes, Deaths and Layoffs by Floyd Norris