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Public Policy
Tracking Campus Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Christopher Marsicano, Kathleen Felten, Luis Toledo, Madeline Buitendorp
American higher education institutions rapidly responded to the COVID
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Comparative Politics
The Truth and Myth of the Advantages of Authoritarian Countries to COVID-19
Susumu Annaka
The result implies that authoritarian states can strengthen citizens' support for their government through the COVID
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American Government and Politics
Mobility and Elite Cues: Partisan Responses to Covid-19
James Bisbee, Diana Lee
We test whether elite cues on Covid
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Public Policy
Covid-19 and Socioeconomic Crises in Africa: Overview of the Prevailing Incidents
Fisayo Fagbemi, Simplice Asongu
The study gives an overview of the socio-economic consequences and implications of the COVID
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Comparative Politics
Political Regimes and Deaths in the Early Stages of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Gabriel Cepaluni, Michael Dorsch, Réka Branyiczki
This paper provides a quantitative examination of the link between political institutions and deaths during the first 100 days of the COVID-19 pandemic. We demonstrate that countries with more democratic political institutions experienced deaths on a larger per capita scale and sooner than less democratic countries. The result is robust to the inclusion of many relevant controls, a battery of estimation techniques, and to estimation with instruments for the institutional measures that we consider. Additionally, we examine the extent to which COVID
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Comparative Politics
Democracy, State Capacity, and COVID-19 Related School Closures
Axel Cronert
This study investigates the institutional determinants of the timing of COVID
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Public Law and Courts
Public Support for the Judicial Branches under the COVID-19 Pandemic
Sohei Shigemura, Tatsuya Iseki, Shun Ikeda, Hideo Ishima
While facing the COVID-19 pandemic, governments may overly restrict their citizens' rights. This study examined whether voters would support a court's ruling if the court decided that the government's restriction of their rights was illegal. Supposing that voters faced with the risk of a pandemic will support a government with the resources to prevent a pandemic, we set up the following hypotheses: If the courts nullify the measures against COVID
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American Government and Politics
Pandemic Politics: Timing State-Level Social Distancing Responses to COVID-19
Christopher Adolph, Kenya Amano, Bree Bang-Jensen, Nancy Fullman, John Wilkerson
As the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 spread throughout the United States in early 2020, the federal government issued social distancing recommendations but left to the states the most difficult and consequential decisions restricting behavior, such as canceling events, closing schools and businesses, and issuing stay-at-home orders. We present an original dataset of state-level social distancing policy responses to the epidemic and explore how political partisanship, COVID
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