Chapter 3: The Outbreak of Pandonomics
It is probably true that the COVID-19 pandemic should not be seen as a Black Swan in view of of the evidence discussed in the previous chapter. Academics, policy analysts and policymakers all around the world had recognized the substantial (and increasing) risk of pandemics. Preparations - although still far from sufficient - were underway. Economists understood the risk and knew what to do.
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