Life in the Time of COVID: Planning for Non-Adherence

If border closures are stopgaps that are costly and potentially illegal, then countries must explore additional options for dealing with infectious diseases.

A Gilded Age of Social Science: Big Data Governance, Neopositivist Social Science and Covid-19

As an American living in London, I wake up every morning and check statistics: the number of positive cases reported the prior day in both the UK and US, the number of deaths, hospitalizations and vaccine doses administered, the percentage of the population fully vaccinated and the number of days until the government promises to re-evaluate the lockdown’s end. These numbers determine when I...

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