The study that was published in Health Affairs by Charles Courtemanche and Aaron Yelowitz on social distancing and how lockdowns worked during COVID-19, is covered by German Lopez of Vox.
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Charles Courtemanche, Joseph Garuccio, Ann Le, Joshua Pinkston, Aaron Yelowitz
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In the News
The Owensboro Times did a write up that featured the study by Aaron Yelowtiz and Charles Courtemanche on the importance of social distancing during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Jihan Myers of MSN writes about public places doctors avoid during Coronavirus. This article includes the research done by Director Chuck Courtemanche and professor Aaron Yelowitz that was originally published by Health Affairs.
ISFE's Director Charles Courtemanche and Professor Aaron Yelowitz were featured on the Gatton College of Business and Economics most recent edition of the Dean's series, "Simon Says". Their research on COVID-19 and social distancing were discussed.
National Review picked up Charles Courtemanche and Aaron Yelowitz' research on social distancing when discussing if the lockdowns worked.