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Assessing the Impact of Social Distancing on COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in Brazil: An Instrumented Difference-in-Differences Approach

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  • Rodrigo Gomes de Arruda
  • Tatiane Almeida de Menezes
  • Joebson Maurilio Alves dos Santos
  • Antônio Paez
  • Fernando Lopes

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  • Rodrigo Gomes de Arruda & Tatiane Almeida de Menezes & Joebson Maurilio Alves dos Santos & Antônio Paez & Fernando Lopes, 2021. "Assessing the Impact of Social Distancing on COVID-19 Cases and Deaths in Brazil: An Instrumented Difference-in-Differences Approach," Working Papers 11, Instituto de Estudos para Políticas de Saúde.
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