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asked ago in Current Economic Issues by (130 points)
I teach an undergrad micro-economics course. I usually update my course to include examples that reflect recent events that students can relate to. This year, I would like to include a small number of examples relating to the Corona virus. I am thinking of a simple game modelling hoarding in supermarkets, or the externalities in deciding how much social contact to have. I know that Olivier Blanchard published a chapter to complement his macro-economics handbook. Is anyone aware of similar micro-economic applications that I could use?

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