Certified Coronavirus Immunity as a Resource and Strategy to Cope with Pandemic Costs
SUMMARY A pandemic is not only a biological event and a public health disaster, but it also generates impacts that are worth understanding from economic, societal, historical, and cultural perspectives. In this contribution, we argue that as the disease spreads, we are able to harness a valuable key...
Savage, David A
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|published in:||Kyklos (Basel) Vol. 73; no. 3; pp. 464 - 474|
|Data of publication:||August 2020|
|Discipline:||Social Sciences (General)
Prof. Dr. Reiner Eichenberger: University of Fribourg, Switzerland and CREMA ‐ Center for Research in Economics, Management and the Arts. Prof. Dr. Rainer Hegselmann: Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, Germany. Prof. Dr. David A. Savage: University of Newcastle, Australia, and Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST). Prof. Dr. David Stadelmann (corresponding author): University of Bayreuth, Germany, Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST), IREF ‐ Institute for Research in Economic and Fiscal Issues, and CREMA ‐ Center for Research in Economics, Management and the Arts. Prof. Dr. Benno Torgler: School of Economics and Finance and Centre for Behavioural Economics, Society and Technology (BEST), Queensland University of Technology. We would like to thank Igor Douven, Gerd Folkers, Marco Frank, Bruno Frey, Christian Girardi, Raymond Frempong, Anna Maria Koukal, Wolfgang Lieb, Alison Macintyre, Simon Milligan, Johannes Marxgut, Florian Mitscherlich, Thomas Ochsenkühn, Jan Osterloh, Margit Osterloh, Katja Rost, Patricia Schafer and Frederik Wild for important discussions. The editors publish short articles together with experienced coauthors which propose robust solutions to large‐scale societal problems requiring a combination of insights from social sciences.
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