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When an economy’s credit culture is compromised, its savings will not efficiently flow into productive investments, and economic growth will flounder.
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As COVID-19 approaches its peak, conserving and preserving human life is not just the moral thing to do. It is the foundation of recovery and the best insurance for long-term prosperity.
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The impact of Sweden’s lighter-touch approach to COVID-19 is unclear, but there is little reason to believe that it is far superior to the more cautious approaches of other advanced economies.
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It will be a severe economic blow if real gross domestic product is 7–9 percent smaller this quarter than last quarter. But we should not let a mathematical mistake trick us into thinking that things are four times worse than they actually are.
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A new report presents results from the first wave of AEI’s COVID-19 Education Response Longitudinal Survey, which documents how a nationally representative sample of public schools is responding to the ongoing epidemic.
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If the consumer demand is dramatically altered by the pandemic, the US will have spent extravagantly to keep intact businesses that are no longer viable.
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16 Tech Apr 7
How Will We Know When It’s Time to Reopen the Nation? Great, fact-based answers from an professor of pediatrics and experts:
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AEI 6h
Giving is a sacrificial and concrete expression of your commitment to your community and its needs.
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AEI Foreign Policy 8h
With the world on lockdown, there’s one question on everyone’s mind: When will things go back to normal? joined and to discuss his timeline. Listen:
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The New Atlantis 11h
“People die all the time. Let’s not lose our heads.” “If we can do this policy now, why not all the time?” We must avoid treating this moment as normal — either by downplaying it or by making it the standard of ordinary politics. New from Yuval Levin:
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AEI 9h
The contrast between Taiwan’s and China’s responses to COVID-19 could not be starker. Taipei should take advantage of its enhanced reputation to pursue deeper engagement with the international community, writes
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AEI 9h
Basic arithmetic suggests China is lying about its number of COVID-19 cases. estimates that outside of Wuhan city and Hubei province, cases are low by a factor of 100 or more.
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AEI 10h
The expectation of radical changes sits oddly with the sentiment prevailing all around the world: a desire for normalcy.
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AEI 10h
"It’s helpful to have criteria by which cities or states could determine they’re ready [to reopen]. A recent report by Scott Gottlieb [], Caitlin Rivers, Mark B. McClellan, Lauren Silvis and Crystal Watson staked out some goal posts."
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AEI 11h
An unintended consequence of the emergency CARES Act: bigger unemployment benefits may be encouraging more layoffs.
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AEI 11h
Trump’s hands-off approach to the coronavirus is in keeping with the Founders’ original vision—and is occurring at precisely the wrong time, writes
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AEI Foreign Policy 13h
NEW REPORT: China’s COVID-19 figures are not arithmetically sensible. 's Derek Scissors estimates China has 2.9 million cases of COVID-19. Read the full report here.
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AEI 12h
Antivirals and antibody therapies are showing promise. The FDA needs to step up its pace, writes in :
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AEI 13h
Mainstream economic forecasters are now anticipating that US unemployment could soon exceed 20 percent of the US labor force, writes Desmond Lachman.
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AEI 13h
"Even in the face of a massive crisis, Pyongyang is unlikely to beg for help. Accepting aid is an act of humiliation for the regime."
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