Saturday, April 18, 2020

“The Evidence and Tradeoffs for a ‘Stay-at-Home’ Pandemic Response - Andrew Gellman:

Will Marble writes:
I’m a Ph.D. student in political science at Stanford. Along with colleagues from the Stanford medical school, law school, and elsewhere, we recently completed a white paper evaluating the evidence for and tradeoffs involved with shelter-in-place policies. To our knowledge, our paper contains the widest review of the relevant covid-19 research. It summarizes research from a number of fields, including epidemiology, economics, and political science.
I just have a few comments:
Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
“The Evidence and Tradeoffs for a ‘Stay-at-Home’ Pandemic Response: A multidisciplinary review examining the medical, psychological, economic and political impact of ‘Stay-at-Home’ implementation in America”
Andrew Gelman | Professor of Statistics and Political Science and Director of the Applied Statistics Center, Columbia University

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