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A Scholar's Guide to Pandemics

COVID-19 is a new virus but the phenomenon of pandemics, and epidemics, has long been a fact of life. This guide offers multidisciplinary resources and subjects throughout the university curriculum. Take this opportunity to study what we have long known a

Economics and Business

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The Black Death. History tells us coronavirus’ economic effect will be short and sharp. The Telegraph. Accessed 20, March 2020. Digital image.

What can the Black Death Tell Us About the Global Economic Consequences of a Pandemic?  Bell, A. R., Prescott, A., & Lacey, H. (2018). What can the Black Death tell us about the global economic consequences of a pandemic? In The Conversation (Ed.), The conversation. The Conversation. Credo Reference.

The Real Economic Victims of Coronavirus Are Those We Can't SeeBoersma, M., & Nolan, J. (2018). The real economic victims of coronavirus are those we can't see. In The Conversation (Ed.), The conversation. The Conversation. Credo Reference.