The economic policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic requires understanding whether the crisis is a problem of supply or demand. But Chicago Booth’s Veronica Guerrieri says that what starts as a supply shock can become a demand shock—and that the demand effects can grow larger than the supply shock that caused them.

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