The fifteenth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published. It includes papers on:

PERSISTENCE OF PANDEMICS | VOLUNTARY AND MANDATORY SOCIAL DISTANCING | WHO GOT HIT, WHEN AND WHY? | LONG-RUN EFFECTS ON EMPLOYMENT | EQUILIBRIUM SOCIAL DISTANCING | THE US PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM | QUARANTINE: WHEN AND HOW LONG? | POVERTY IN AFRICA

The fourteenth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published. papers on: OPTIMAL LOCKDOWN | POLICY INCENTIVES | MISSING EMERGENCIES | HEALTH VS. WEALTH? | MARKETS GET COVID | HEALTH VS. GDP: NO TRADE-OFF | SOCIAL DISTANCING AROUND THE WORLD | WHO CAN WORK AT HOME?

In April, €-coin recorded its biggest drop on the previous month since the time series was begun, decreasing to -0.13 from 0.13 in March.

CEPR Discussion Papers 26 April 2020: 37 new Discussion Papers

A new eBook provides a unique insight into the importance of economics and the sometimes overlooked role that economists played in shaping the Second World War and its outcomes. 

The thirteenth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published. It includes papers on: TESTING VS. QUARANTINE | WHO GETS SICK IN NYC? | CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC DISCRIMINATION | TARGETING WHO STAYS AT HOME | DARK TRADING | LOCKDOWN AND TESTING EFFECTS | VOLUNTARY DISTANCING | STARTUPS: ACHILLES' HEEL?

The twelfth issue of CEPR's new online publication for the rapid dissemination of emerging scholarly work on the Covid19 epidemic has now been published. It includes papers on PRICE GOUGING | SIR MODELS: A SURVEY | THE BURDEN OF SOCIAL DISTANCING | HEALTH RISK AND INCOME LOSS WITHIN HOUSEHOLDS | POLITICAL COMMUNICATION IN BRAZIL | INEQUALITY IN PAST PANDEMICS | FINTECH ADOPTION | EFFICIENT TEST ALLOCATION

Weekly research highlights from CEPR and VoxEU.org

A new CEPR by by Alessandro Rebucci, Alexander Chudik and M Hashem Pesaran studies the implications of social distancing both on the epidemic and recession curves. 

In the latest CEPR eBook, edited by Richard Baldwin and Simon Evenett, leading economists explain why countries turning inward won't help tackle the global health, trade and economic crises.

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