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Smart Containment with Active Learning: A Proposal for a Data-Responsive and Graded Approach to COVID-19

Contributing team members include (in alphabetical order by last name): Dr. Tahir Andrabi (LUMS / Pomona), Dr. Matt Andrews (Harvard), Dr. Ali Cheema (LUMS), Dr. Jishnu Das (Georgetown / Center for Policy Research), Dr. Adnan Q Khan (LSE), Dr. Asim I Khwaja (Harvard), Dr. Farhan Majid (University of Georgia), Dr. Amyn A. Malik (Yale), Anum Malkani (CERP), Dr. Tyler McCormick (University of Washington), Dr. Saad B. Omer (Yale), and Maroof A. Syed (CERP).

This multidisciplinary proposal draws on the expertise and experience of researchers and practitioners in public health, infectious diseases, epidemiology, economics, policy and public management, technology and data science as well as business & non-profit leaders. Elements of this proposal are being tested in various places – including Pakistan – where several members of the team have been actively supporting the state’s response efforts at national and sub-national levels. The proposal is intended as a living document that will be updated as more information becomes available.

Updated versions will be available here on the CID website and on the CERP website.

For comments, please reach out to us at covidrapidreponse@cerp.org.pk.

Additional SCALE resources

Smart Containment with Active Learning: A Graded & Data-Responsive Approach to COVID-19
Center for International Development (CID) 
Special Brief: COVID-19, May 2020

Policymaking in Uncertain Times: Smart Containment with Active Learning
Center for International Development (CID) & International Growth Centre (IGC)
COVID-19 Policy Series, May 2020
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