Researchers propose a new empirical method for monitoring and evaluating the safety of drugs already on the market.
People’s concern about the coronavirus led to sharp economic contractions even in the absence of government shutdowns.
Research suggests that consumers’ fear of the coronavirus had a far greater effect on economic activity than lockdown measures did.
A COVID-19 Q&A with the George C. Tiao Distinguished Service Professor of Economics
Many of COVID-19’s economic effects will, hopefully, be temporary. But there are some changes we can expect to endure, says Chicago Booth’s Chad Syverson.