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Ford School Policy Talk: Hope for economic recovery tied to health success

School of Public Policy held a talk with economists Steven Wolfers and Betsey Stevenson, and Dean Michael S. Barr to discuss economy recovery after COVID-19. May 22, 2020. #5-15mins #PublicPolicy #web-article #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy #GovernmentandPolitics #Economics ...


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Health Care sector takes a hit amidst the broader economic downturn

School of Public Policy economists Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers discuss how the health care sector is taking a hit during the COVID-19 economic downturn. May 1, 2020. # #PublicPolicy #web-article #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy #HealthandWellness #GovernmentandPolitics ...


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Ford School economists: Immediate action can mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19

U-M Ford School of Public Policy Dean Michael S. Barr and professors Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers all weigh in about the economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S. for the New York Times, Washington Post, and NPR. March 20, 2020. # #PublicPolicy #web-article ...


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Ford School Economists Comment on Federal Response to COVID-19

Michigan Ford Professors Betsey Stevenson and Justin Wolfers weigh in on the U.S. federal government's response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and they include what is important to know about the economy and people returning back to work. March 27, 2020. # #PublicPolicy #web-article ...


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Stevenson Summarizes the Boom-bust Cycle, Likelihood of Next Recession

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Betsey Stevenson discusses her research focusing on the probability of having another economic recession in the future. Stevenson reveals that no concerning indicators have occurred, yet she also does not dismiss the inevitable. March 29, 2019. # ...


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Stevenson Comments on Farmworkers Exclusion in Labor Statistics on Marketplace

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Betsey Stevenson clarifies that although farmworkers are not included in the Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the percentage of farmers in the U.S. is so low that including them would not make a significant difference in the numbers. May 3, 2019. ...