The COVID-19 crisis is unprecedented in a number of ways, and according to Chicago Booth's Constantine Yannelis, at least one of those ways is good: the extraordinary availability of high-frequency data. Using such data, he says, researchers in various fields might be able to better advise policy makers and mitigate damage to both the economy and public health.

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