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The COVID-19 Vaccine Model Needs to Prioritize ‘Superspreaders.’ Here is Why.
After taking care of essential workers, vaccinations should be given to the biggest transmitters of the virus – mostly the young – and only then to the most vulnerable.
The Future of Value-Based Payment
Join Schaeffer Center Associate Director Erin Trish in conversation with Elizabeth Fowler, Executive Vice President for Programs at The Commonwealth Fund, and Schaeffer Initiative Director Paul Ginsburg for a discussion of the future of value-based payment in the U.S.
Working Mothers’ Careers, Mental Health Suffer During COVID-19 Pandemic
While the employment shock in the present crisis initially hit both genders, the COVID-19 public health crisis could have a major impact on women, especially on their career trajectories and the well-being of working mothers.
Impacts on the U.S. Macroeconomy of Mandatory Business Closures in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
A mandatory business closure over three months results in a 20.3% decline of U.S. GDP on an annual basis, or $4.3 trillion, and an employment decline of 22.4%, representing 35.3 million workers.
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