Coronavirus Economic Impact: Berkeley Haas Experts

Featuring:

  • David I. Levine
    Professor | Eugene E. and Catherine M. Trefethen Chair in Business Administration | Chair, Haas Economic Analysis and Policy Group

Berkeley Haas has a wide range of experts who can talk about how the coronavirus is impacting businesses and the economy, putting leaders to the test, and changing workplaces.

The following experts are available to talk to you about the impact the coronavirus outbreak is having on the economy and markets:

David Levine

Topics: Management practices in large corporations and multinationals, procedures and norms around behavior change and hygiene programs, impacts of high and low wages and of education in the business sector, labor economics, macroeconomics.

Laura D. Tyson

Topics: Economic impact on global, U.S. and California economies; trade and competitiveness; jobs and disruption

James A. Wilcox

Topics: Macroeconomics and markets, Federal Reserve policy, recessions, business conditions, banking, consumer spending, unemployment and inflation

Severin Borenstein

Topics: Oil prices, energy markets

Enrico Moretti

Topics: Urban economics, labor economics, economics of cities and regions, real estate

Jerome Dodson

Topics: Stock market impacts

Kevin Coldiron

Topics: Stock market impacts, finance

For information on these experts who can speak to the economic impact of the coronavirus, click on either of their icons at the top or bottom of screen or their hyperlinked names.

Need help finding an expert? Contact Laura Counts in media relations: lcounts@haas.berkeley.edu or 510.643.9977.

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