The Evolving Relationship between COVID-19 and Financial Distress
Kartik Athreya (),
Jose Mustre-del-Rio (),
Juan Sanchez and
Economic Bulletin, 2021, issue February 24, 2021, 3
During most of the COVID-19 pandemic, regions with high financial distress saw disproportionately more infections and deaths than regions with low financial distress. As of February 2021, cumulative infections appear more evenly distributed. However, total deaths remain higher in financially distressed regions.
Keywords: Financial Distress; Pandemic; COVID-19 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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