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1 [GO] Data Intelligence 2022―Aug―10 COKG-QA: Multi-hop Question Answering over COVID-19 Knowledge Graphs Huifang Du, Zhongwen Le, Haofen Wang, Yunwen Chen, Jing Yu
2 [GO] Education Finance and Policy 2022―Aug―09 The Impact of COVID-19 on Community College Enrollment and Student Success: Evidence from California Administrative Data George Bulman, Robert Fairlie
3 [GO] Design Issues 2022―Jul―01 Pandemic Design: Art, Space, and Embodiment Manol Gueorguiev, Adrian Anagnost
4 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2022―Jun―23 Addressing COVID-19 Outliers in BVARs with Stochastic Volatility Andrea Carriero, Todd E. Clark, Massimiliano Marcellino, Elmar Mertens
5 [GO] Education Finance and Policy 2022―May―20 COVID-19 crisis, economic hardships and schooling outcomes Esther Gehrke, Friederike Lenel, Claudia Schupp
6 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2022―Mar―25 What Can We Learn about SARS-CoV-2 Prevalence from Testing and Hospital Data? Daniel W. Sacks, Nir Menachemi, Peter Embí, Coady Wing
7 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2022―Mar―25 Biases in Information Selection and Processing: Survey Evidence from the Pandemic Ester Faia, Andreas Fuster, Vincenzo Pezone, Basit Zafar
8 [GO] Leonardo 2022―Mar―14 A Visual Translation of the Pandemic Dario Rodighiero, Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Elian Carsenat
9 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2022―Feb―04 School Closures during the 1918 Flu Pandemic Philipp Ager, Katherine Eriksson, Ezra Karger, Peter Nencka, Melissa A. Thomasson
10 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2022―Jan―27 Misinformation about COVID-19 and Venezuelan Migration: Trends in Twitter Conversation during a Pandemic Katharine M. Donato, Lisa Singh, Ali Arab, Elizabeth Jacobs, Douglas Post
11 [GO] Data Intelligence 2022―Jan―20 Link Prediction based on Tensor Decomposition for the Knowledge Graph of COVID-19 Antiviral Drug Ting Jia, Yuxia Yang, Xi Lu, Qiang Zhu, Kuo Yang, Xuezhong Zhou
12 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2022―Jan―12 Covid-19 refereeing duration and impact in major medical journals Kayvan Kousha, Mike Thelwall
13 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2022―Jan―06 Increasing Uptake of Social Distancing During COVID-19: How Machine Learning Strategies Can Lead to Targeted Interventions Grace Charles, Mokshada Jain, Yael Caplan, Hannah Kemp, Aysha Keisler, Vincent Huang, Sema K. Sgaier
14 [GO] PAJ A Journal of Performance and Art 2022―Jan―03 A Pandemic Prototype Elliott Turley
15 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2021―Nov―08 BIP4COVID19: Releasing impact measures for articles relevant to COVID-19 Thanasis Vergoulis, Ilias Kanellos, Serafeim Chatzopoulos, Danae Pla Karidi, Theodore Dalamagas
16 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2021―Nov―08 Covid-on-the-Web: Exploring the COVID-19 Scientific Literature through Visualization of Linked Data from Entity and Argument Mining Aline Menin, Franck Michel, Fabien Gandon, Raphaël Gazzotti, Elena Cabrio, Olivier Corby, et al. (+5)
17 [GO] International Security 2021―Oct―25 Opportunistic Repression: Civilian Targeting by the State in Response to COVID-19 Donald Grasse, Melissa Pavlik, Hilary Matfess, Travis B. Curtice
18 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Sep―09 International Production Networks Are Overcoming COVID-19 Shocks: Evidence from Japan's Machinery Trade Mitsuyo Ando, Fukunari Kimura, Ayako Obashi
19 [GO] PAJ A Journal of Performance and Art 2021―Sep―01 Pandemic Proceedings: Legal Performance in the Time of Covid-19 Philip Auslander
20 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2021―Aug―12 The Cost of Privacy: Welfare Effects of the Disclosure of COVID-19 Cases David Argente, Chang-Tai Hsieh, Munseob Lee
21 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2021―Jul―14 The Effect of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic on Income Inequality: Evidence from Italy Sergio Galletta, Tommaso Giommoni
22 [GO] Daedalus 2021―Jun―25 Is the Failed Pandemic Response a Symptom of a Diseased Administrative State? David E. Lewis
23 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Jun―17 The Evolving Ecosystem of COVID-19 Contact Tracing Applications Benjamin Levy, Matthew Stewart
24 [GO] Data Intelligence 2021―May―24 Public Emotional Diffusion over COVID-19 Related Tweets Posted by Major Public Health Agency in the United States Haixu Xi, Chengzhi Zhang, Yi Zhao, Sheng He
25 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―May―17 Miao Zhang Comment on COVID-19: Malaysia Experience and Key Lessons
26 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―May―17 Rajah Rasiah Comment on COVID-19: Malaysia Experience and Key Lessons
27 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2021―May―08 Bureaucratic Representation and State Responsiveness during Times of Crisis: The 1918 Pandemic in India Guo Xu
28 [GO] PAJ A Journal of Performance and Art 2021―May―07 Podcast for a Pandemic Christian de Mouilpied Sancto
29 [GO] PAJ A Journal of Performance and Art 2021―May―07 Pandemic and Speech Without Doors Sulayman Al Bassam, Geoffrey Lokke
30 [GO] African Arts 2021―May―03 “Where Shall We Place Our Hope?”: COVID-19 and the Imperiled National Body in South Africa's “Lockdown Collection” Mark Auslander, Pamela Allara, Kim Berman
31 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―28 Saving Lives and Livelihoods in the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Have We Learned, Particularly from Asia? Derek Qi Ren Kok, Wing Thye Woo
32 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―27 Bhanupong Nidhiprabha Comment on The Paradox of  Thailand's Success in Controlling COVID-19
33 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―27 Kwanho Shin Comment on The Paradox of  Thailand's Success in Controlling COVID-19
34 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―27 Wang Xiaolu Comment on How China Managed the COVID-19 Pandemic
35 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―27 James K. Galbraith Comment on Comparing COVID-19 Control in the Asia-Pacific and North Atlantic Regions
36 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―27 Iikka Korhonen Comment on Comparing COVID-19 Control in the Asia-Pacific and North Atlantic Regions
37 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Apr―27 Liming Wang Comment on How China Managed the COVID-19 Pandemic
38 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2021―Apr―22 The Impact of Emergency Cash Assistance in a Pandemic: Experimental Evidence from Colombia Juliana Londoño-Vélez, Pablo Querubín
39 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2021―Apr―22 Longer-Run Economic Consequences of Pandemics? Òscar Jordà, Sanjay R. Singh, Alan M. Taylor
40 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Apr―07 Individual Acceptance of Using Health Data for Private and Public Benefit: Changes During the COVID-19 Pandemic Frederic Gerdon, Helen Nissenbaum, Ruben L. Bach, Frauke Kreuter, Stefan Zins
41 [GO] Global Environmental Politics 2021―Mar―29 Marine Biodiversity Negotiations During COVID-19: A New Role for Digital Diplomacy? Alice B. M. Vadrot, Arne Langlet, Ina Tessnow-von Wysocki, Petro Tolochko, Emmanuelle Brogat, Silvia C. Ruiz-Rodríguez
42 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―19 Fukunari Kimura Comment on Rethinking “Economic Fundamentals” in an Era of Global Physical Shocks: Insights from the Philippines Experience with COVID-19
43 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―19 Prema-chandra Athukorala Comment on Rethinking “Economic Fundamentals” in an Era of Global Physical Shocks: Insights from the Philippines Experience with COVID-19
44 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―19 Shigeyuki Abe Comment on How Did Japan Cope with COVID-19? Big Data and Purchasing Behavior
45 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―19 Tao Liu Comment on How Did Japan Cope with COVID-19? Big Data and Purchasing Behavior
46 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Fumiharu Mieno Comments on Teleworker Performance in the COVID-19 Era in  Japan
47 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Xiaoqing (Maggie) Fu Comments on Teleworker Performance in the COVID-19 Era in  Japan
48 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Yunjong Wang Comments on COVID-19 in Korea: Success Based on Past Failure
49 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Iris Claus Comments on COVID-19 in Korea: Success Based on Past Failure
50 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Wen-jen Hsieh Comments on COVID-19 in Taiwan: Economic Impacts and Lessons Learned
51 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Sherry Tao Kong Comments on COVID-19 in Taiwan: Economic Impacts and Lessons Learned
52 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Suresh Narayanan Comments on The Global Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19: Seven Scenarios
53 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Yiping Huang Comments on The Global Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19: Seven Scenarios
54 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2021―Mar―18 Sungbae An Comments on The Global Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19: Seven Scenarios
55 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Mar―05 Tackling COVID-19 through Responsible AI Innovation: Five Steps in the Right Direction David Leslie
56 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Mar―05 Modeling and Analysis of the Spread of COVID-19 Under a Multiple-Strain Model with Mutations Osman Yagan, Anirudh Sridhar, Rashad Eletreby, Simon A. Levin, Joshua B. Plotkin, H. Vincent Poor
57 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Mar―05 A Conversation on COVID-19 with Head of Statistics for BBC News Robert Cuffe Robert Cuffe, Liberty Vittert, Xiao-Li Meng
58 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Mar―05 Time Series Models Based on Growth Curves with Applications to Forecasting Coronavirus Andrew Harvey, Paul Kattuman
59 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Feb―11 Curating a COVID-19 Data Repository and Forecasting County-Level Death Counts in the United States Nick Altieri, Rebecca L Barter, James Duncan, Raaz Dwivedi, Karl Kumbier, Xiao Li, et al. (+8)
60 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Feb―11 Bringing Every Tool to the COVID-19 Fight - What We Need Now Nicolette Louissaint
61 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Feb―11 Knowledge Graphs and COVID-19: Opportunities, Challenges, and Implementation Mayank Kejriwal
62 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Feb―11 The Politics of COVID-19: Partisan Polarization about the Pandemic Has Increased, but Support for Health Care Reform Hasn’t Moved at All John Sides, Chris Tausanovitch, Lynn Vavreck
63 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2021―Jan―25 Estimating the Number of SARS-CoV-2 Infections and the Impact of Mitigation Policies in the United States James Johndrow, Patrick Ball, Maria Gargiulo, Kristian Lum
64 [GO] Global Environmental Politics 2020―Dec―22 Varieties of Crises: Comparing the Politics of COVID-19 and Climate Change Hamish van der Ven, Yixian Sun
65 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2020―Dec―11 Exposure to the COVID-19 Stock Market Crash and Its Effect on Household Expectations Tobin Hanspal, Annika Weber, Johannes Wohlfart
66 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Dec―01 Teleworker performance in the COVID-19 era in Japan Toshihiro Okubo, Atsushi Inoue, Kozue Sekijima
67 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―25 Rethinking “Economic Fundamentals” in an Era of Global Physical Shocks: Insights from the Philippine Experience with COVID-19 Toby Melissa C. Monsod, Maria Socorro Gochoco-Bautista
68 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―25 COVID-19 in Korea: Success Based on Past Failure Byungho Lim, Emma Kyoungseo Hong, Jinjin Mou, Inkyo Cheong
69 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―25 COVID-19 in Taiwan: Economic Impacts and Lessons Learned Chun-Chien Kuo
70 [GO] Rapid Reviews COVID-19 2020―Nov―11 Review 1: "Unusual Features of the SARS-CoV-2 Genome Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification Rather Than Natural Evolution and Delineation of Its Probable Synthetic Route" Takahiko Koyama
71 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―09 The Paradox of Thailand's Success in Controlling COVID-19 Poum Tangkitvanich
72 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―09 A Note on the Role of Cultural, Institutional, and Urbanization Features in the Covid-19 Pandemic Pengfei Li, Ming Lu, Yilin Zheng
73 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―09 How Can China Recover From The COVID-19 Pandemic Wei Tian
74 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Nov―09 Geo-mapping of COVID-19 Risk Correlates Across Districts and Parliamentary Constituencies in India S. V. Subramanian, Omar Karlsson, Weixing Zhang, Rockli Kim
75 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―09 Covid-19: Malaysia Experience and Key Lessons Muhammed Abdul Khalid
76 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Nov―09 How did Japan cope with COVID-19? Big Data and Purchasing Behavior Yoko Konishi, Takashi Saito, Toshiki Ishikawa, Toshiki Ishikawa, Hajime Kanai, Naoya Igei
77 [GO] October 2020―Sep―21 Face Time, Pandemic Style Pamela M. Lee
78 [GO] Asian Development Review 2020―Sep―11 ADB COVID-19 Policy Database: A Guide Jesus Felipe, Scott Fullwiler
79 [GO] PAJ A Journal of Performance and Art 2020―Sep―11 Global Voices in the Time of Coronavirus Benjamin Gillespie, Sarah Lucie, Jennifer Joan Thompson
80 [GO] TDR/The Drama Review 2020―Aug―24 TDR Editors’ Forum: After Covid-19, What?
81 [GO] Education Finance and Policy 2020―Aug―21 Teachers' Unions, Collective Bargaining, and the Response to COVID-19 Annie A. Hemphill, Bradley D. Marianno
82 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Aug―21 Comparing Covid-19 Control in the Asia-Pacific and North-Atlantic Regions Jeffrey D. Sachs
83 [GO] Asian Economic Papers 2020―Aug―21 The Global Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19: Seven Scenarios Warwick McKibbin, Roshen Fernando
84 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2020―Aug―17 Coronavirus research before 2020 is more relevant than ever, especially 1 when interpreted for COVID-19 Mike Thelwall
85 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Jul―30 A Conversation with L. Rafael Reif on College of Computing, COVID-19, and the Future Workforce L. Rafael Reif, Xiao-Li Meng, Liberty Vittert
86 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Jul―24 A Conversation on COVID-19 with Brief19 Editor-in-Chief and ER Physician Jeremy Faust Jeremy Faust, Xiao-Li Meng, Liberty Vittert
87 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2020―Jul―21 COVID-19 research in Wikipedia Giovanni Colavizza
88 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Jul―21 A Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Prediction Model to Inform County-Level COVID-19 Risk in the United States Yiwang Zhou, Lili Wang, Leyao Zhang, Lan Shi, Kangping Yang, Jie He, et al. (+4)
89 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Jul―07 A Conversation about COVID-19 with Economists, Sociologists, Statisticians, and Operations Researchers David Banks, Laura Albert, Jonathan Caulkins, Sylvia Frühwirth-Schnatter, Fiona Greig, Adrian Raftery, Duncan Thomas
90 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Jun―29 On Identifying and Mitigating Bias in the Estimation of the COVID-19 Case Fatality Rate Michael I. Jordan
91 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2020―Jun―20 Coronavirus Perceptions and Economic Anxiety Thiemo Fetzer, Lukas Hensel, Johannes Hermle, Christopher Roth
92 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2020―Jun―15 Pandemic Publishing: Medical journals strongly speed up their publication process for Covid-19 Serge P.J.M. Horbach
93 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Jun―08 Predictions, Role of Interventions and Effects of a Historic National Lockdown in India's Response to the the COVID-19 Pandemic: Data Science Call to Arms
94 [GO] Leonardo 2020―Jun―01 The Leonardo COVID-19 Diaries Diana Ayton-Shenker
95 [GO] Quantitative Science Studies 2020―May―28 COVID-19 publications: Database coverage, citations, readers, tweets, news, Facebook walls, Reddit posts Kayvan Kousha, Mike Thelwall
96 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―May―19 A Conversation with Larry Bacow on the Impact of COVID-19 Xiao-Li Meng, Liberty Vittert
97 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―May―19 A Conversation about COVID-19 with Biostatisticians and Epidemiologists David Banks
98 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―May―19 COVID-19: A Massive Stress Test with Many Unexpected Opportunities (for Data Science) Xiao-Li Meng
99 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―May―19 The Coronavirus Exponential: A Preliminary Investigation into the Public's Understanding Liberty Vittert, Alexander Podkul
100 [GO] The Review of Economics and Statistics 2020―May―06 Coronavirus Fears and Macroeconomic Expectations Carola Binder
101 [GO] Harvard Data Science Review 2020―Apr―30 Can the Coronavirus Prompt a Global Outbreak of “Distributional Thinking” in Organizations? Nathan Sanders
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