This thread lists COVID-related papers recently published in the Working Papers series of the National Bureau of Economic Research (United States).
From the 13 July edition:
- COVID-19 and Implications for Automation, by Alex W. Chernoff, Casey Warman
- How Much does COVID-19 Increase with Mobility? Evidence from New York and Four Other U.S. Cities, by Edward L. Glaeser, Caitlin S. Gorback, Stephen J. Redding
- Measuring Employer-to-Employer Reallocation, by Shigeru Fujita, Giuseppe Moscarini, Fabien Postel-Vinay
- Identification and Estimation of Undetected COVID-19 Cases Using Testing Data from Iceland, by Karl M. Aspelund, Michael C. Droste, James H. Stock, Christopher D. Walker
- Did President Trump’s Tulsa Rally Reignite COVID-19? Indoor Events and Offsetting Community Effects, by Dhaval M. Dave, Andrew I. Friedson, Kyutaro Matsuzawa, Drew McNichols, Connor Redpath, Joseph J. Sabia
- Messages on COVID-19 Prevention in India Increased Symptoms Reporting and Adherence to Preventive Behaviors Among 25 Million Recipients with Similar Effects on Non-recipient Members of Their Communities, by Abhijit Banerjee, Marcella Alsan, Emily Breza, et al.
- Private Precaution and Public Restrictions: What Drives Social Distancing and Industry Foot Traffic in the COVID-19 Era?, Christopher J. Cronin, William N. Evans
- Electoral Concerns Reduce Restrictive Measures During the COVID-19 Pandemic, by Massimo Pulejo, Pablo Querubín
- Natural Disasters and Elective Medical Services: How Big is the Bounce-Back?, by Tatyana Deryugina, Jonathan Gruber, Adrienne Sabety
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.