As the current outbreak of H1N1 influenza spreads rapidly on a global scale, how to prevent and contain the spread of pandemic disease becomes an imperative question in today’s interconnected world. Brookings scholars examine tools to prepare for epidemics and the consequences of their spread.
October 30, 2014, Warwick J. McKibbin
April 23, 2010, Jessica Cohen
October 21, 2009, Ross A. Hammond
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Ross A. Hammond
Director, Center on Social Dynamics and Policy
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Nonresident Fellow, Economic Studies, Center on Social Dynamics and Policy
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