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Is the Tide of Economic Activity Going Out or Coming In?

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More coronavirus cases lead to more economic restrictions. More economic restrictions lead to fewer cases. Fewer cases lead to fewer restrictions (and more economic activity). Fewer restrictions lead to more cases. When will it end? Read more at the Washington Examiner.

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More coronavirus cases lead to more economic restrictions. More economic restrictions lead to fewer cases. Fewer cases lead to fewer restrictions (and more economic activity). Fewer restrictions lead to more cases. When will it end? Read more at the Washington Examiner.

Bruce Yandle
Bruce Yandle is a distinguished Mercatus Center adjunct professor of economics at George Mason University. He specializes in public choice, regulation, and free-market environmentalism. Yandle frequently briefs Capitol Hill policymakers on economic issues and lectures regularly in Mercatus programs for House and Senate staffers.

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