Understanding the COVID-19 crisis is critical to managing its outcome. This raises some central questions. Why is the pandemic not the same for every person in every place? How do the risks and uncertainties of the virus shape scientific, governmental and individual responses?
Katherine Furman (University of Liverpool)
Gerd Gigerenzer (Max Planck Institute for Human Development)
Sean A. Valles (Michigan State University)
John Dupré (University of Exeter)
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