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The Economics of Crisis Innovation Policy: A Historical Perspective
(AEA Papers and Proceedings, 2021-05-01)
<jats:p> Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, policymakers, researchers, and journalists have made comparisons to World War II. In 1940, a group of top US science administrators organized a major coordinated research ...
How the COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines Work, andSome Current Concerns
(ACEP Now, 2021-02-19)
Testing as an Alternative to Quarantining: Key Considerations and Best Practices for Implementing Test to Stay
(Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, 2022-01-19)
COVID-19 can offer some Silver Linings: Finding the positives during a worldwide pandemic.
(Emergency Physicians Monthly, 2021-02-02)
Spanish Influenza – Looking at a Pandemic From 100 Years ago - Comments
(Emergency Physicians Monthly, 2020-05-01)
From Development to Market: Understanding COVID-19 Testing and Its Challenges
Amid the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and a crisis over inadequate and delayed testing, this report describes COVID-19 testing methods and applications, the regulatory process for approving tests, how tests are paid for, and how ...
A National Decision Point: Effective Testing and Screening for Covid-19
This Duke-Margolis report out provides a framework for public health officials and community leaders in schools, businesses and other institutions on how to use Covid-19 screening test strategies to operate safely and prevent ...
Legislative and Regulatory Steps for a National COVID-19 Testing Strategy
The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy report, “Legislative and Regulatory Steps for a National COVID-19 Testing Strategy,” outlines legislative actions and federal appropriation targets that Duke-Margolis and ...
Climate Change Is Here, but Who Is Paying for It?
In an era of increased political polarization and decreased confidence in national institutions, many bold initiatives have stalled or met an untimely end. This abdication of federal responsibility is no more evident than ...