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Following the economic impact of COVID-19

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Mar 25 2020

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As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, SIEPR experts are providing analysis, research and ideas meant to inform the decisions being made today by economic policymakers. Follow them here, and also on Twitter and Facebook.

April 2, 2020
Marshall Burke | The Atlantic

The pandemic is turning the natural world upside down

April 1, 2020
Mark Lemley | Stanford Law School

Stanford’s Mark Lemley on effort to make IP available to end COVID-19 pandemic

March 31, 2020
Marshall Burke | The Guardian

‘We can’t go back to normal’: how will coronavirus change the world?

March 30, 2020
Amit Seru | Wall Street Journal

Save capitalism from the Cares Act

March 30, 2020
Nicholas Bloom | SIEPR News

Productivity pitfalls of working from home in the age of COVID-19

March 29, 2020
Nicholas Bloom | LA Times

WFH with a roommate or loved one? 5 ways to avoid killing each other

March 27, 2020
Eric Hanushek | The Washington Post

Homeschooling during the coronavirus will set back a generation of children

March 27, 2020
Marshall Burke | The New York Times

What the coronavirus means for climate change

March 26, 2020
Anat Admati | Stanford GSB

Economists to Congress: don’t bail out big business

March 26, 2020
John Taylor | Project Syndicate

Toward a coherent economic strategy for COVID-19

March 26, 2020
Joshua Rauh | Chicago Tribune

Commentary: Congress should let the airlines go to bankruptcy court

March 26, 2020
Ed Lazear | CNBC

Lazear: I am an optimist

March 26, 2020
Mark Duggan | USA Today

California could be the state hit hardest financially by coronavirus. Is it ready?

March 25, 2020
Jay Bhattacharya | WSJ | Opinion

Is the coronavirus as deadly as they say?

March 24, 2020
Edward Lazear | The New York Times | Opinion

Economic stimulus is the wrong prescription

March 24, 2020
Anat Admati | The Associated Press

Buddy, can you spare a dime? Echoes of '30s in viral crisis?

March 23, 2020
Marshall Burke | The Mercury News

Coronavirus: Bay Area air quality is improving as people stay home

March 22, 2020
Nicholas Bloom | The Wall Street Journal

During coronavirus crisis, big companies display largessbut for how long?

March 22, 2020
Ramin Toloui | Politico | Opinion

Banks should defer household debt to protect the economy

March 21, 2020
Susan Athey | The Washington Post

The new coronavirus economy: A gigantic experiment reshaping how we work and live

March 20, 2020
John Taylor | CNBC

Choose economic freedom, choose things that work

March 19, 2020
Caroline Hoxby | The World University Rankings

Coronavirus could be ‘make or break’ for universities’ finances

March 19, 2020
Marshall Burke & Nicholas Bloom | Freakonomics

The side effects of social distancing

March 18, 2020
Darrell Duffie Q&A | SIEPR News

Darrell Duffie on the financial markets in a coronavirus world

March 18, 2020
Ramin Toloui | Time

As COVID-19 crashes the economy, workers and business owners wonder if anything can save them from financial ruin

March 17, 2020
John Taylor | CNBC

Former Fed governor on how the central bank can help small businesses with coronavirus volatility

March 17, 2020
Marshall Burke | USA Today

Could the coronavirus actually be saving lives in some parts of the world because of reduced air pollution?

March 17, 2020
John Cochrane | WSJ | Opinion

How to treat the financial symptoms of Covid-19

March 16, 2020
Susan Athey | The Washington Post

How to practice social distancing while helping the economy

March 16, 2020
Darrell Duffie | The Economist

The Federal Reserve acts again, as market turmoil continues

March 16, 2020
Marshall Burke | Forbes

Study: Coronavirus lockdown likely saved 77,000 lives in China just by reducing pollution

March 13, 2020
Ramin Toloui | SIEPR Policy Brief

How do the Federal Reserve’s new tools really work?

March 13, 2020
John Taylor | Bloomberg

It's more important than ever for Fed to clarify strategy, John Taylor says

March 13, 2020
Anat Admati | The New York Times

Markets plunge. Economies stall. Panic spreads. It all feels very 2008.

March 9, 2020
Jay Bhattacharya | Bloomberg

Don't fully know the coronavirus death rate, says Stanford professor

March 5, 2020
Jason Furman | WSJ | Opinion

The case for a big coronavirus stimulus

March 1, 2020
Nicholas Bloom | The Wall Street Journal

Coronavirus is different. It’s rapidly hitting supply and demand.

February 26, 2020
Nicholas Bloom | The Sacramento Bee

Telecommuting could create huge benefits for California workers and the environment

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