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In a shockingly short period of time, life in the US went from normal and happy to uncertain and essentially terrifying. The economic impact of both the virus and the policy response to the virus is without precedent. This video explores the unfolding of events, the response, the alternative ways to understand and respond to […]READ MORE
On November 1, 2005, President George W. Bush held a press conference in which he called for draconian measures and $7.1 billion in spending to stop the spread of H5N1 Avian flu, which was then starting to cause some panic. “The president said that the threat of a global outbreak should be taken seriously in […]READ MORE
The self-corrective mechanism has been shut off by dictate, not just made more difficult or confusing but locked down by government dictate. In short, this downfall is a consequence of a government-mandated work stoppage due to a public health crisis.READ MORE
During the 20th century, the volume of international exchanges went in the opposite direction: trade increased and expanded as a result of trade liberalization and technological innovations in transport and communications. Thus, it appears that in spite of globalization, the damages wrought by pandemics have fallen.READ MORE
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