December 7, 2020
“The challenge of how to get sales close to typical holiday seasons while still protecting themselves and their customers is a tricky one,” said Steve Horwitz, the Distinguished Professor of Free Enterprise in the Miller College of Business. “No firm can afford to be the site of a superspreading event, so they have every reason to try to keep everyone safe.”
August 10, 2020
At a time when unemployment and the coronavirus pandemic are causing food insecurity for many Americans, a new study indicates that the issue also causes long-running health problems.