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Wolfers puts public health at the center of economic recovery

School of Public Policy professor Justin Wolfers discusses why centering the economy around protecting public health is important during the COVID-19 pandemic. May 15, 2020. # #PublicPolicy #web-article #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy #GovernmentandPolitics #HealthandWellness ...


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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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Refereeing the Referees: Wolfers Featured on Podcast about Fairness in Basketball

Ford School of Public Policy Professor Justin Wolfers speaks in this podcast about his research regarding racial bias in the NBA referee system. April 8, 2019. #5-15mins ​ #PublicPolicy #web-article #FordSchoolofPublicPolicy #Athletics #Government/Politics #RaceandEthnicity ...


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Minimum Wage Delay—What is it Good For? Wolfers Adds Perspective

Ford School of Public Policy professor Justin Wolfers discusses the delay in impact on a large, needy population due to the delay in a statewide minimum wage raise to $12. December 10, 2018. #5mins ...