Peter Bergeijk ()
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Discussing the Spanish Flu, HIV/AIDs, SARS and Ebola against the background of Covid-19, Pandemic Economics demonstrates how scientists consistently warned the world about pandemics, and how, despite this, the possibility of global lockdown caused unprecedented economic policies and ruin. The book prepares for the next pandemic, that unquestionably will arrive, the impact of which is predicted to potentially exceed that of the current Covid-19 wreckage.
Keywords: Business and Management; Development Studies; Economics and Finance; Sociology and Social Policy; General Academic Interest (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Chapters in this book:
- Ch 1 Introduction , pp 1-12
- Ch 2 Prepared, but not Equipped , pp 15-42
- Ch 3 The Outbreak of Pandonomics , pp 43-66
- Ch 4 Flying Blind , pp 69-94
- Ch 5 Reliable Tools , pp 95-118
- Ch 6 Many Futures , pp 121-146
- Ch 7 Five Ps for the Next Pandemic , pp 147-168
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