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Mario Crucini

Mario Crucini

Professor of Economics
Semler Chair
Economics

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    COVID-19 Policies Should Vary by Location to Mitigate Negative Economic Effects

    Balancing the impacts of public policy on people’s health and their wallets has become even more relevant since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay-at-home orders were widely implemented in the US to combat the spread of the virus, but their benefits came at costs to employment, earnings, and spending felt by millions of people.

    Full story: COVID-19 Policies Should Vary by Location to Mitigate Negative Economic Effects

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