Wednesday assorted links

1. GMU tenure-track assistant professor ad.

2. “We find that the fiscal, macroeconomic, and health benefits of rapid SARS-CoV-2 screening testing programs far exceed their costs, with the ratio of economic benefits to costs typically in the range of 4-15 (depending on program details), not counting the monetized value of lives saved.”  Link here.

3. Incentive-based approaches to addiction (NYT).

4. “Steiner says they tried negotiating to reopen with Actors’ Equity actors for outdoor shows, and they got nowhere.

5. Do swordfish stab and murder sharks? (NYT)

6. What do we know about business exit during Covid?


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