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Economics and Epidemiology during the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Economists and epidemiologists are now joining forces against the COVID-19 pandemic by merging models from both fields. But how will this work, and will governments listen to the results? In the latest episode of CoronaNomics, epidemiologist Neil Ferguson and economist Tim Besley speak to Ben Chu from The Independent and Lizzy Burden from The Telegraph about the new discipline called “epi-macro.”

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Economists and epidemiologists are now joining forces against the COVID-19 pandemic by merging models from both fields. But how will this work, and will governments listen to the results? In the latest episode...

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