Pablo Fajgelbaum (Princeton University)

“Optimal Lockdown in a Commuting Network” (co-autores Amit Khandelwal, Wookun Kim, Cristiano Mantovani, Edouard Schaal).

Presenta: Pablo Fajgelbaum (Professor of Economics, Princeton University; Research Associate, International Trade and Investment Programme, NBER).

Abstract: We study optimal dynamic lockdowns against Covid-19 within a commuting network. Our framework integrates canonical spatial epidemiology and trade models, and is applied to cities with varying initial viral spread: Seoul, Daegu and NYC-Metro. Spatial lockdowns achieve substantially smaller income losses than uniform lockdowns. In NYM and Daegu—with large initial shocks—the optimal lockdown restricts inflows to central districts before gradual relaxation, while in Seoul it imposes low temporal but large spatial variation. Actual commuting reductions were too weak in central locations in Daegu and NYM, and too strong across Seoul.




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15 de Diciembre, 2020 | 14:00 hrs.

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