Can economists play a role in the coronavirus recovery? with Paul Ormerod
Since then, over 16,000 people have lost their lives to the virus. The British public have spent more than 4 weeks in lock-down, and the Chancellor has announced £350 billion package to keep the UK economy afloat. But throughout the continent, governments are starting to lax the quarantine restrictions. Behaviour will play a key role in this process, and economics has a valuable contribution to make.
Joining Syed Kamall, IEA Academic & Research Director, is Paul Ormerod, economist, author, and entrepeneur.
His new paper on ‘Epidemiology & Behaviour’ will soon be published by the IEA.