This thread lists COVID-related papers recently published in the Working Papers series of the National Bureau of Economic Research (United States).
From the 26 October edition:
- How do People Respond to Small Probability Events with Large, Negative Consequences?, Martin S. Eichenbaum, Miguel Godinho de Matos, Francisco Lima, Sergio Rebelo, and Mathias Trabandt
- The Pandemic Economic Crisis, Precautionary Behavior, and Mobility Constraints: An Application of the Dynamic Disequilibrium Model with Randomness, Joseph E. Stiglitz
- Industrial Clusters, Networks and Resilience to the Covid-19 Shock in China, Ruochen Dai, Dilip Mookherjee, Yingyue Quan, and Xiaobo Zhang
- The Long-Run Effects of the Affordable Care Act: A Pre-Committed Research Design Over the COVID-19 Recession and Recovery, Jeffrey Clemens, Drew McNichols, and Joseph J. Sabia
- Macroeconomic Outcomes and COVID-19: A Progress Report, Jesús Fernández-Villaverde and Charles I. Jones
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.