This thread lists COVID-related papers recently published in the Working Papers series of the National Bureau of Economic Research (United States).
From the 22 June edition:
- Treasury Inconvenience Yields during the COVID-19 Crisis, by Zhiguo He, Stefan Nagel, Zhaogang Song
- The Effectiveness of Life-Preserving Investments in Times of COVID-19, by Jules H. van Binsbergen, Christian C. Opp
- The Political Scar of Epidemics, by Cevat Giray Aksoy, Barry Eichengreen, Orkun Saka
- Economic Uncertainty Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic, by David Altig, Scott R. Baker, Jose Maria Barrero, et al.
- Social Distancing and Social Capital: Why U.S. Counties Respond Differently to COVID-19, by Wenzhi Ding, Ross Levine, Chen Lin, Wensi Xie
- Black Lives Matter Protests, Social Distancing, and COVID-19, by Dhaval M. Dave, Andrew I. Friedson, Kyutaro Matsuzawa, Joseph J. Sabia, Samuel Safford
- Does Policy Communication During Covid Work?, by Olivier Coibion, Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Michael Weber
- The Impact of COVID-19 on Student Experiences and Expectations: Evidence from a Survey, by Esteban M. Aucejo, Jacob F. French, Maria Paola Ugalde Araya, Basit Zafar
- What Does and Does Not Correlate with COVID-19 Death Rates, by Christopher R. Knittel, Bora Ozaltun
- Coronavirus: Impact on Stock Prices and Growth Expectations, by Niels J. Gormsen, Ralph S. J. Koijen
- Racial Disparity in COVID-19 Deaths: Seeking Economic Roots with Census data, by John McLaren
- Misinformation During a Pandemic, by Leonardo Bursztyn, Aakaash Rao, Christopher P. Roth, David H. Yanagizawa-Drott
NOTE: The NBER Working Papers series publishes early findings of ongoing research to encourage discussion and collect suggestions for revisions. Papers are neither peer reviewed nor endorsed by the NBER Board of directors.