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The Subways Seeded the Massive Coronavirus Epidemic in New York City

Jeffrey E. Harris

NBER Working Paper No. 27021
Issued in April 2020, Revised in August 2020

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The comments of the following individuals are greatly appreciated: Robin Bell, Jay Bhattacharya, Marlin Boarnet, Ken Boynton, Gil Brodsky, Peggy Cardone, Lee Cohen-Gould, Philip Cooley, Mike Cragg, Peter Diamond, Denise Everett, Richard Florida, Michael Fulgitini, Mariana Gerstenblüth, Daniel Geselowitz, Ray Girouard, Beatriz González López-Valcarcel, Michael Grovak, Joseph Guernsey, Robert Hanlon, Ali Harris, Barry Harris, Dena Harris, Jarrett Harris, Neil Harrison, Bill James, Paul Joskow, Thomas Kalb, Stuart Katz, Karl P. Keller, Ronald Klempner, Moritz Kraemer, Ronald Laporte, Kathryn Blackmond Laskey, Ken Laskey, Zoe Lazarre, John Lowell, Marylee Maendler, Mark Mandell, Melissa Oppenheim Margolis, Andrea Lubeck Moskowitz, Sean X. Luo, Heide O’Connell, David Posnett, Andrew Racine, Thomas Reichert, June Blender Rogers, Ron Rogers, George Rutherford, Brina Sedar, Todd W. Schneider, Susan Goldberg Simon, Tim Sullivan, Kieran Smith, Rivana Cohen Stadtlander, Peter Temin, Pat Tracy, Patricia Triunfo, Shuang Troy, Mark Weinstein, William Welch, William Wheaton, and Delbert Yoder. The opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not represent the views of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Eisner Health, the National Bureau of Economic Research, or any other individual or organization. The author has received no direct or indirect remuneration for this article, and has no conflicts of interest to declare.

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