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Pandemic Economics

A framework for understanding economic policy right now

NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo at a press briefing the day the NY stock market floor reopened, May 26, 2020 in New York City (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

While demonstrations against police brutality and racism have temporarily driven the COVID-19 pandemic from the news cycle, the virus remains a major concern. States are slowly opening up, but many fear a resurgence, especially with large protests in cities.




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Alex Muresianu

Alex Muresianu

Young Voices contributor and Tufts student writing about economics. Published: The American Conservative and The Washington Examiner. @ahardtospell

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