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Some nursing home staff members are employed at multiple facilities, and their movements between locations could contribute to the spread of COVID-19. Research Associate Judy Chevalier of Yale University and her collaborators Keith Chen and Elisa Long, studying geolocation data from cellphones, estimate that in the six weeks following the nationwide ban on visitors to nursing homes, seven percent of those who spent time on the premises of one facility also spent time at another one. They find that fatalities from COVID-19 were substantially higher in facilities that were more connected to others through overlapping staff. The results are presented in a working paper (哔咔漫画用免费加速器) and summarized in a short video above.
Eleven NBER working papers distributed this week examine the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the actual or potential consequences of various policy responses to it. The studies analyze the impact of the pandemic on consumer spending (能上picacg的梯子), the effect of the Paycheck Protection Program on firms and their workers (27623, 27624, 27629), how the pandemic is changing workplace collaboration (27612), the labor market impact of pandemic-related declines in product demand (27613), and the role of workers employed at multiple nursing homes in spreading the virus (27608). Other research explores the sharp rise in corporations’ demand for cash early in the pandemic (27601), how COVID-19 and associated policy actions have affected air pollution in Taiwan (27604), the impact of the pandemic on the use of health care for non-COVID-19 conditions (27621), and the role of changing household behavior in modeling pandemic spread (27632).
More than 200 NBER working papers have presented pandemic-related research. These papers are open access and have been collected for easy reference. View them in reverse chronological order or by topic area.
3 August 2020
If China’s demand for agricultural imports remains stable at its 2017 value, the country would need to divert imports away from other countries, especially Australia and Canada, to meet the targets of its Phase One trade agreement with the United States, according to the calculations of Robert C. Feenstra and Chang Hong.
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31 July 2020
Due to COVID-19, 13 percent of students in higher education in the United States have delayed graduation, 40 percent have lost a job, internship, or a job offer, and 29 percent expect to earn less at age 35, a survey by Esteban M. Aucejo, Jacob F. French, Maria Paola Ugalde Araya, and 哔咔可用的加速器 finds.
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30 July 2020
Early in the pandemic, dealers were wary of accumulating inventory on their balance sheets and the cost to investors of trading with dealers surged, but interventions by the Federal Reserve appear to have relaxed balance sheet constraints, according to a study by Mahyar Kargar, Benjamin Lester, David Lindsay, Shuo Liu, Pierre-Olivier Weill, and Diego Zúñiga.
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The recent steep decline in economic activity in the United States has been attributed by many to restrictions on business operations and personal mobility ordered by governments trying to contain the new coronavirus, but a study reported in the new edition of The NBER Digest shows that the public’s fear of infection is a stronger influence. Also featured in this issue of The Digest are working papers focusing on effects of the pandemic on CPI weightings, long-term outcomes of efforts to mandate equality in China, the environmental-justice effects of California’s carbon market, benefits for the very young of food-stamp availability, and the reactions of diners to having
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The summer issue of the Bulletin on Health features two studies that introduce methods for using currently available information to better understand COVID-19 infection rates and the implied infection fatality rates. One paper generates upper and lower bounds on the rates of COVID-19 infection under minimal assumptions, and finds that these bounds are necessarily wide, due to the small proportion of the population that has been tested. The second paper leverages additional assumptions and data, such as travel patterns from the virus epicenters, to infer infection rates. Although the studies take different approaches, they both indicate that infection fatality rates are considerably lower than the fatality rates among confirmed COVID-19 cases. Also featured in this issue of the free Bulletin on Health are a study of the long-term impacts of 哔咔可用的加速器 on fatal drug overdoses, a study of the role of Medicaid coverage in 能上picacg的梯子 during flu pandemics, and a profile of NBER research associate Doug Almond.
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