skip to content
  •  
  •  
  •  

Cambridge-INET Institute   COVID-19 Economic Research

 

 

 

Learning From Near Misses from Covid 19
Chander Velu and Sriya Iyer, (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021)

Tracking the COVID-19 Crisis with High-Resolution Transaction Data
Vasco M. Carvalho, Juan R. Garcia, Stephen Hansen, Álvaro Ortiz, Tomasa Rodrigo, José V. Rodríguez Mora and José Ruiz, (Royal Society Open Science, vol 8(8), 2021)

Social Distancing and Supply Disruptions in a Pandemic
Martin Bodenstein, Giancarlo Corsetti and Luca Guerrieri, (Quantitative Economics, accepted)

 

Sharing Asymmetric Tail Risk Smoothing, Asset Pricing and Terms of Trade
Giancarlo Corsetti, Anna Lipińska and Giovanni Lombardo, (Cambridge-INET WP2123)

The Great COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout: Behavioral and Policy Responses
Christopher Auld and Flavio Toxvaerd, (Cambridge-INET WP2117)

Contacts, Altruism and Competing Externalities
Flavio Toxvaerd, (Cambridge-INET WP2116)

 

Covid-19 Fiscal Support and its Effectiveness
Alexander Chudik, Kamiar Mohaddes and Mehdi Raissi, (Cambridge-INET WP2109)

Time Series Modeling of Epidemics: Leading Indicators, Control Groups and Policy Assessment
Andrew Harvey, (Cambridge Working Papers in Economics 2114)

Inferring the Effectiveness of Government Interventions Against COVID-19
Tamay Besiroglu, + 20 more co-authors (Science 15 December 2020)

 

Matching Theory and Evidence on Covid-19 using a Stochastic Network SIR Model
M. Hashem Pesaran and Cynthia Fan Yang, (Cambridge-INET WP2048)

Great Expectations: Social Distancing in Anticipation of Pharmaceutical Innovations
Miltiadis Makris and Flavio Toxvaerd, (Cambridge-INET WP2046)

 

The Heterogeneous Effects of COVID-19 on Labor Market Flows: Evidence from Administrative Data
Alessandra Casarico and Salvatore Lattanzio, (Covid Economics: A Real-Time Journal, 52)

A Farewell to R: Time Series Models for Tracking and Forecasting Epidemics
Andrew Harvey and Paul Kattuman, (Covid Economics: A Real-Time Journal, 51)

A Counterfactual Economic Analysis of Covid-19 Using a Threshold Augmented Multi-Country Model
Alexander Chudik, Kamiar Mohaddes, M. Hashem Pesaran, Mehdi Raissi, and Alessandro Rebucci, (Cambridge-INET WP2040)

 

On the Management of Population Immunity
Flavio Toxvaerd and Robert Rowthorn, (Cambridge-INET WP2037)

Furloughing
Abi Adams-Prassl, Teodora Boneva, Marta Golin, and Christopher Rauh, (Cambridge-INET WP2036)

Economic Aspects of the COVID-19 Crisis in the UK
Vasco Carvalho and Flavio Toxvaerd, (Royal Society DELVE Initiative Report)

 

Slums and Pandemics
Luiz Brotherhood, Tiago Cavalcanti, Daniel Da Mata and Cezar Santos, (Cambridge-INET WP2035)

Time Series Models Based on Growth Curves with Applications to Forecasting Coronavirus
Andrew Harvey and Paul Kattuman, (Harvard Data Science Review, Special Issue 1 – Covid-19)

On Time Trend of COVID-19: A Panel Data Study
Chaohua Dong, Jiti Gao, Oliver Linton and Bin Peng, (Cambridge Working Papers in Economics, CWPE2065)

 

Changing the Narrative: Economics After Covid-19
Carolina Alves and Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven, (Review of Agrarian Studies)

Emerging Market Currency Risk Around ‘global disasters’: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis and the COVID-19 Crisis
Giancarlo Corsetti, Simon Lloyd and Emile Marin, (COVID-19 in Developing Economies, ebook)

Time Series Models Based on Growth Curves with Applications to Forecasting Coronavirus
Andrew Harvey and Paul Kattuman, (Covid Economics: A Real-Time Journal)

 

Work Tasks That Can Be Done From Home: Evidence on the Variation Within and Across Occupations and Industries
Abi Adams-Prassl, Teodora Boneva, Marta Golin, and Christopher Rauh, (Cambridge-INET WP2023)

The Unequal Effects of Covid-19 on Economists' Research Productivity
Noriko Amano-Patiño, Elisa Faraglia, Chryssi Giannitsarou and Zeina Hasna, (Cambridge-INET WP2022)

 

The Impact of the Coronavirus Lockdown on Mental Health: Evidence from the US
Abi Adams-Prassl, Teodora Boneva, Marta Golin, and Christopher Rauh, (Cambridge-INET WP2021)

Unexpected Effects: Uncertainty, Unemployment, and Inflation
Pontus Rendahl and Lukas B. Freund, (Cambridge-INET WP2020)

More than Words: Leaders' Speech and Risky Behavior During a Pandemic
Nicolás Ajzenman, Tiago Cavalcanti and Daniel Da Mata, (Cambridge-INET WP2019)

 

Inequality in the Impact of the Coronavirus Shock: Evidence from Real Time Surveys
Abi Adams-Prassl, Teodora Boneva, Marta Golin, and Christopher Rauh, (Cambridge-INET WP2018)

Crisis-Critical Intellectual Property: Findings from the COVID-19 Pandemic
Frank Tietze, Pratheeba Vimalnath, Leonidas Aristodemou and Jenny Molloy, (Centre for Technology Management WP02 & IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management)

Social Distancing and Supply Disruptions in a Pandemic
Martin Bodenstein, Giancarlo Corsetti and Luca Guerrieri, (Cambridge-INET WP2017 & Covid Economics Issue 19)

 

Tracking the COVID-19 Crisis with High-Resolution Transaction Data
Vasco M. Carvalho, Juan R. Garcia, Stephen Hansen, Álvaro Ortiz, Tomasa Rodrigo, José V. Rodríguez Mora and José Ruiz, (Cambridge-INET WP2016)

Supply Network Formation and Fragility
Matthew Elliott, Benjamin Golub and Matthew V. Leduc, (Cambridge-INET WP2014)

 

 

Supply Chain Bottlenecks in a Pandemic
Vasco Carvalho, Matt Elliott and John Spray, (A Note)

 

When will the Covid-19 Pandemic Peak?
Shaoran Li and Oliver Linton, (Cambridge-INET WP2011)

 

Inequality in the Impact of the Coronavirus Shock: New Survey Evidence for the UK
Abi Adams-Prassl, Teodora Boneva, Marta Golin, and Christopher Rauh, (Cambridge-INET WP2010)

 

Inequality in the Impact of the Coronavirus Shock: New Survey Evidence for the US
Abi Adams-Prassl, Teodora Boneva, Marta Golin, and Christopher Rauh, (Cambridge-INET WP2009)

Equilibrium Social Distancing
Flavio Toxvaerd, (Cambridge-INET WP2008)

Covid Economics: A Real-Time Journal
Giancarlo Corsetti, (CEPR)