Insufficient data has complicated the rollout of Coronavirus (COVID-19) “Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions” (NPIs) such as the closing of schools. Keystone has partnered with Susan Athey, Stanford Professor of Economics, and Marco Iansiti, Director of Harvard Business School’s Digital Initiative, to estimate the effectiveness of NPIs as a guide to policymakers, and to aid firms in developing strategic responses, respectively. We are building a comprehensive, highly localized and freely available data set of city, county and state rollout dates for NPIs. For more information or data access, contact us!
Scenario analysis of non-pharmaceutical interventions on global COVID-19 transmissions
Use this for the short excerpt: Abstract. This paper introduces a dynamic panel SIR (DP-SIR) model to investigate the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) on the COVID-19 transmission dynamics with panel data from 9 countries across the globe.
Please see link to paper : https://arxiv.org/pdf/2004.04529.pdf
What works against the spread of COVID-19?
With more detailed data on the varying introduction of policies across US counties and over time as well as the resulting spread of the disease we could provide evidence on which measures we should keep and which measures we should lift in order to reactivate the economy
Please see link to paper : https://email@example.com/what-works-against-the-spread-of-covid-19-c0ecd4888386