The COVID-19 Policy Hackathon is a 36-hour virtual hackathon dedicated to designing policy proposals that aim to solve today's most pressing economic challenges.
Hackathon participants will form teams within one of four policy tracks: public health, trade and immigration, firms and workers, and financial policy.
Over the course of the weekend, participants will receive guidance from leading academics and policy-makers, incorporate relevant data, and draft potentially impactful policy memos. The COVID-19 Policy Hackathon offers participants a platform to think critically about our world's most pertinent problems and an opportunity to contribute to finding a solution.
The event is co-sponsored by SIEPR, the Stanford Economics Association, Stanford in Government, and others.
Please visit the event website for more information and application for participation.