Mortality containment vs. Economics Opening: Optimal policies in a SEIARD model☆

@article{Aspri2021MortalityCV,
  title={Mortality containment vs. Economics Opening: Optimal policies in a SEIARD model☆},
  author={A. Aspri and Elena Beretta and Alberto Gandolfi and {\'E}tienne Wasmer},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Economics},
  year={2021},
  volume={93},
  pages={102490 - 102490}
}
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