The Possible Long-Term Economic Benefits of a Deadly Epidemic
Stocks are crashing, productivity is falling, people are stopping their consumption of goods and transportation, and the economy is generally going to go to shit. This is a pretty big deal. But there are some very interesting things to look out for on the horizon, positive things, that may come of the coronavirus epidemic. Add […]

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Hussein Hallak

The Possible Long-Term Economic Benefits of a Deadly Epidemic

Stocks are crashing, productivity is falling, people are stopping their consumption of goods and transportation, and the economy is generally going to go to shit. This is a pretty big deal. But there are some very interesting things to look out for on the horizon, positive things, that may come of the coronavirus epidemic. Add them up and it could mean a trillion dollars worth of indirect economic stimulus over the following decade. Read on to find out how.

I apologize in advance for the brutal rationalist nature of this article, and don’t mean to make light of anyone’s death, or unemployment, or financial strain, but these are interesting things worth monitoring.



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