Direct and Spillover Effects from Staggered Adoption of Health Policies: Evidence from Covid-19 Stay-at-Home Orders

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Vadim Elenev

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

Luis Quintero

Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School

Alessandro Rebucci

Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School; National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER); Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)

Emilia Simeonova

Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School

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Date Written: July 2021

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Elenev, Vadim and Quintero, Luis and Rebucci, Alessandro and Simeonova, Emilia, Direct and Spillover Effects from Staggered Adoption of Health Policies: Evidence from Covid-19 Stay-at-Home Orders (July 2021). NBER Working Paper No. w29088, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3899636

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