COVID-19 information and resources for JHU

economics

COVID-19 study examines how people respond to stay-at-home orders
Published April 2, 2020
After learning stay-at-home orders would be in place for less time than expected, Italians said they were more likely to comply with the measures
Q+A
How to help an economy in crisis
Published March 25, 2020
Kathleen Day, an expert in financial crises at the Carey Business School, discusses the $2 trillion stimulus package currently before Congress and how it can help the nation weather the economic storm
Macroeconomics
Recession appears 'inevitable' amid COVID-19 crisis
Published March 16, 2020
Alessandro Rebucci, an expert in macroeconomics and financial institutions at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, says the shock to the economy caused by coronavirus poses formidable challenges
Economics
How coronavirus will affect the global supply chain
Published March 6, 2020
Experts from Carey Business School share insights on how COVID-19 is affecting the global economy and how retailers can become more resilient
Health spending
Taken for a ride
Published Jan 2, 2020
Study suggests that patients are overpaying for air ambulance services because of a market failure within the industry
Mobility program
Smart moves
Published Winter 2019
Sociologist Stefanie DeLuca collaborates on a Seattle housing experiment that aims to lift children out of poverty / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Game theory
Published Winter 2019
Carey Business School marketing Professor Andrew Ching finds a win-win solution to video game manufacturers' used game problem / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Study: Housing vouchers linked to reduced hospitalization for children
Published Dec 10, 2019
Using data from an experimental housing voucher program, researchers discover rental subsidies and moving to areas with less poverty is linked with fewer hospitalizations for children
Mobility program
Smart moves
Published Oct 15, 2019
Sociologist Stefanie DeLuca collaborates on a Seattle housing experiment that aims to lift children out of poverty
Most favor compensation for kidney donors if it leads to more saved lives
Published July 11, 2019
The average wait for a new kidney in the U.S. is four and a half years, and thousands of people die each year while on the transplant list