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Webinars

All talks are scheduled at 4:00 PM CEST (2:00 PM GMT/CUT).

Use this Zoom link to attend a webinar. 

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) 

Previous talks

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

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