COVID-19 Faculty Analysis & Perspectives

As the impact of the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, Stanford GSB faculty are providing analysis and perspective meant to guide and inform the decisions being made by policymakers.

In the Media
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Fast Company
August 28, 2020

This Interactive Tool Lets You Experiment with Different COVID-19 Reopening Strategies

Faculty members Mohammad Akbarpour and Shoshana Vasserman developed a new computer model that calculates the effects of COVID-19 reopening strategies.

In the Media

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Business Insider

April 13, 2021

America’s Best Work-from-Home Expert Is Bracing For Turmoil

Courtesy faculty member Nicholas A. Bloom shares the journey of his research on remote work and how his findings have informed leading corporations.

The Orange County Register

April 11, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Begins to Fade, but Stubborn Resistance Remains among Evangelicals

This article features research and commentary by courtesy faculty member Kevin Schulman ​on how to best promote COVID-19 vaccination in the U.S.

Marist Institute for Public Opinion

April 09, 2021

Podcasts Poll Hub: Education during the Pandemic

In this podcast, courtesy faculty member Caroline Hoxby discusses the impact of COVID-19 on education and research on advanced cognitive skill deserts.


April 04, 2021

The Case against Cutting Remote Workers’ Big-City Salaries

In this article, Senior Associate Dean Paul Oyer discusses salaries for remote workers, expecting wages to reach an equilibrium based on productivity.

Thrive Global

March 30, 2021

Seven Tips for Dealing with Anxiety and Stress during Pandemic Times

In this article, lecturer Kelly M. McGonigal explains how exercise can improve one’s mood and provide greater connection to hope and joy.