Occupational segregation is based on occupational choice

The calendar effect: changing number of public holidays falling in the working week measures the upper bound of the lockdown on GDP?

HT http://caseymulligan.blogspot.com/2020/03/the-economic-cost-of-shutting-down-non.html

Stephen Pinker on gender feminists

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The Great Society: A New History with Amity Shlaes

Daily US labour supply #COVID19

Source: Homebase at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vTf0Ce37p3B0Qy-5BZPh1p9-WwEekPOxVdpMsumy6JFeCIt9EO6ZxbGNpnNxjdf9Mr9USeIMqjq9YU0/pubhtml#

The 1931 massive fiscal contraction should have slowed the NZ recovery if Keynesian macroeconomics is worth more than a grain of salt

100 years on New Zealand unemployment rates

Novak and Davidson on interwar unemployment

A century of Australian unemployment rates

From https://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/previousproducts/1301.0feature%20article142001

The unemployment rate then increased rapidly to 19.3% in 1930, before reaching a peak of 29.0% in 1932, in response to the economic conditions of the Great Depression. This unprecedented high rate of unemployment persisted for two years, before the unemployment rate fell rapidly to below 10% by 1937.

How much of economy has #COVID19 locked-down?

From https://bfi.uchicago.edu/insight/blog/key-economic-facts-about-covid-19/#

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