This thread lists COVID-related papers recently published in the Working Papers series of the National Bureau of Economic Research (United States).
From the 29 June edition:
- Early Evidence on the Impact of COVID-19 and the Recession on Older Workers, by Truc Thi Mai Bui, Patrick Button, Elyce G. Picciotti
- Back to Business and (Re)employing Workers? Labor Market Activity During State COVID-19 Reopenings, by Wei Cheng, Patrick Carlin, Joanna Carroll, et al.
- Epidemics in the Neoclassical and New Keynesian Models, by Martin S. Eichenbaum, Sergio Rebelo, Mathias Trabandt
- Optimal Lockdown in a Commuting Network, by Pablo Fajgelbaum, Amit Khandelwal, Wookun Kim, Cristiano Mantovani, Edouard Schaal
- What Jobs are Being Done at Home During the Covid-19 Crisis? Evidence from Firm-Level Surveys, by Alexander W. Bartik, Zoe B. Cullen, Edward L. Glaeser, Michael Luca, Christopher T. Stanton
- Portfolio Delegation and 401(k) Plan Participant Responses to COVID-19, by David Blanchett, Michael S. Finke, Jonathan Reuter
- COVID-19 and the Demand for Online Food Shopping Services: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan, by Hung-Hao Chang, Chad Meyerhoefer
- Fear, Lockdown, and Diversion: Comparing Drivers of Pandemic Economic Decline 2020, by Austan Goolsbee, Chad Syverson
- Scarring Body and Mind: The Long-Term Belief-Scarring Effects of COVID-19, by Julian Kozlowski, Laura Veldkamp, Venky Venkateswaran
- How Did COVID-19 and Stabilization Policies Affect Spending and Employment? A New Real-Time Economic Tracker Based on Private Sector Data, by Raj Chetty, John N. Friedman, Nathaniel Hendren, Michael Stepner, The Opportunity Insights Team
- Pandemic Shocks and Fiscal-Monetary Policies in the Eurozone: COVID-19 Dominance During January – June 2020, by Yothin Jinjarak, Rashad Ahmed, Sameer Nair-Desai, Weining Xin, Joshua Aizenman
- Implications of the Covid-19 Pandemic for State Government Tax Revenues, by Jeffrey Clemens, Stan Veuger
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.