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A rise in domestic violence, a decline in car accidents and more.
New research shows a long lockdown could be cheaper than reopening too soon.
Nobel economist Robert Shiller discusses the power of narratives during a pandemic.
If a segment of the population stops buying things, it could lead to a much larger economic crisis, Duflo warned.
"For those businesses that are getting so much help from the government, part of that should be used to help the debtors," said Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz.
One economist believes hope of avoiding a COVID-19 economic depression lies in full forgiveness of personal debts.
Nobel laureate and NYU professor Paul Romer says there's a path forward that limits the spread of the virus while letting most people get back to work over time.