The tradeoff between lost lives during the pandemic and lost livelihoods is often viewed as an all-or-nothing choice between complete lockdown versus zero restrictions. In reality, a balance can be struck.
Eik Leong Swee
Eik Leong Swee is an applied microeconomist working in the areas of public, political, and development economics. Much of his work examines the causes and consequences of institutional failure, with a particular focus on developing countries. His research spans multiple fields and disciplines (economics, political science, and sociology), and often involves the use of novel datasets to answer policy-relevant questions.
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