[unable to retrieve full-text content]Seven hundred years ago the worst pandemic in history killed almost half the population of Europe and the Middle East. Mark Koyama tells Tim Phillips about the centuries-long economic impact of the Black Death.
Koyama considers the following as important:
This could be interesting, too:
Arteaga, Desierto, Koyama writes Shipwrecked by rents
Sinn writes Agnar Sandmo, a distinguished economist
Galbiati, Henry, Jacquemet, Lobeck writes Laws and perceptions of social norms: Lessons from the lockdown
Barrera-Osorio, Kugler, Silliman writes Hard and soft skills in vocational training