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19/11 "Impact of Covid-19 on Domestic Violence, Crime and Male and Female Time Use and Labor Supply: Evidence from Rolling Quarantines in Chile". Sonia Bhalotra, University of Essex (joint with Damian Clarke, Pilar Larroulet and Francisco Pino, University of Chile, and Emilia Brito, Brown University)
15/10 "School closures and SARS-CoV-2. Evidence from Sweden's partial school closure". Helena Svaleryd, Uppsala University (joint with Jonas Vlachos, Stockholm University, and Edvin Hertegård, Uppsala University). Click here for a recording of the webinar.
1/10 "Job Search during the COVID-19 Crisis". Lena Hensvik, Uppsala University (joint with Thomas Le Barbanchon, Bocconi University and Roland Rathelot, University of Warwick) Click here for a recording of the webinar. Due to a technical problem, the video shows the slides together with SSE-CERN member Anna Sjögren rather than the speaker.
10/9 "Disease-dependent interaction policies to support health and economic outcomes during the COVID-19 epidemic". Joshua S. Weitz, Georgia Institute of Technology (Joint work with Guanlin Li, Shashwat Shivam, Yorai Wardi, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Michael Hochberg, University of Montpellier). Click here for a recording of the webinar.
3/9 ”Masks, public goods and social norms”. Stefani Crabtree, Utah State University, Luojun Yang and Simon Levin, Princeton University (joint work with Vitor Vasconcelos and Sara Constantino). Click here for a recording of the webinar. Please reach out to Stefani Crabtree with questions or comments.
11/6 ”Equilibrium Social Distancing”. Flavio Toxvaerd, University of Cambridge. Click here for a recording of the webinar.
4/6 ”Leaving No Ethical Value Behind: Triage Protocol Design for Pandemic Rationing”. Tayfun Sönmez, Boston College. Click here for a recording of the webinar. Due to a technical problem, the video shows the slides together with SSE-CERN member Tommy Andeersson rather than the speaker.
28/5 ”Lockdowns and PCR tests: A cost-benefit analysis of exit strategies”. Christian Gollier, Toulouse School of Economics. Click here for a recording of the webinar.
14/5 ”Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Population Mobility under Mild Policies: Causal Evidence from Sweden”. Erik Grönqvist, Uppsala University