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NBER Studies of the Current Pandemic

Released over the Previous Two Weeks



An SEIR Infectious Disease Model with Testing and Conditional Quarantine

David W. Berger, Kyle F. Herkenhoff, and Simon Mongey
(NBER Working Paper 26901)


Data Gaps and the Policy Response to the Novel Coronavirus

James H. Stock
(NBER Working Paper 26902)


Human Mobility Restrictions and the Spread of the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China

Hanming Fang, Long Wang, and Yang Yang
(NBER Working Paper 26906)


Compliance with COVID-19 Social-Distancing Measures in Italy: The Role of Expectations and Duration

Guglielmo Briscese, Nicola Lacetera, Mario Macis, and Mirco Tonin
(NBER Working Paper 26916)


Lessons from the 'SpanishFlu' for the Coronavirus's Potential Effect

Robert J. Barro, JosĂ© F. UrsĂșa, and Joanna Weng
(NBER Working Paper 26866)


What Will Be the Economic Impact of COVID-19 in the US? Rough Estimates of Disease Scenarios

Andrew Atkeson
(NBER Working Paper 26867)


The Macroeconomics of Epidemics

Martin S. Eichenbaum, Sergio Rebelo, and Mathias Trabandt
(NBER Working Paper 26882)



NBER Studies of Economic

and Other Consequences of Previous Epidemics




The Inclusive Cost of Pandemic Influenza Risk

Victoria Y. Fan, Dean T. Jamison, and Lawrence H. Summers
(NBER Working Paper 22137)


Policy Response to Pandemic Influenza: The Value of Collective Action

Georgiy Bobashev, Maureen L. Cropper, Joshua M. Epstein, D. Michael Goedecke, Stephen Hutton, and Mead Over
(NBER Working Paper 17195)


The Effects of Employment on Influenza Rates

Sara Markowitz, Erik Nesson, and Joshua Robinson
(NBER Working Paper 15796)


Sunlight and Protection Against Influenza

David Slusky and Richard J. Zeckhauser
(NBER Working Paper 24340)


Public Avoidance and the Epidemiology of novel H1N1 Influenza A

Byung-Kwang Yoo, Megumi Kasajima, and Jay Bhattacharya
(NBER Working Paper 15752)


Pollution, Infectious Disease, and Mortality: Evidence from the 1918 Spanish Influenza Pandemic

Karen Clay, Joshua Lewis, and Edson Severnini
(NBER Working Paper 21635)


Fetal Shock or Selection? The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and Human Capital Development

Brian Beach, Joseph P. Ferrie, and Martin H. Saavedra
(NBER Working Paper 24725)


 
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