Monthly Archives: January 2021

New piece in Prospect on vaccine nationalism

You can find it here. Anyone teaching international trade, game theory, time consistency, should find this period full of great – if tragic – teaching material. I just read this great thread by one of the researchers involved in the … Continue reading

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Has the window closed for a Centre for Econ and Epi?

A while back I argued that the government should set up an independent body charged immediately with producing integrated economic and epidemiological forecasts, analysis and virus/fiscal policy options. With the vaccine roll out proceeding at >400k shots per day, and … Continue reading

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