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Helping companies to maintain employment: fast, simple, economically meaningful (short recommendation)
Münich, Daniel
This recommendation describes the basic characteristics of deferring the due date for payment of employers’ social security and health insurance contributions from their employees’ salaries, as one of a range of necessary measures that the Czech government should bring into force as quickly as possible in order to reduce the negative economic impact of the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic on companies, employees and residents and to shorten\nthe domestic economy’s future period of consolidation. The measure is in line with the recommendations in the study IDEA anti COVID-19 #2 study, which emphasises the significance of bringing in measures quickly and targeting them at the survival of wellestablished economic structures during the most difficult period.
An economic shock the like of which the world has never seen: we must quickly freeze the economy and then warm it up again (nightly research into the economic literature)
Matějka, Filip
The usual rules of economic stimulus do not apply now, because we actually want this recession. We need to limit meetings and in-person collaboration, the recession should be substantial. On the other hand, it could be exceptionally short. We must put the economy into hibernation, while at the same time preserving as many vital employment ties as possible. We will only be able to start stimulating the economy to increase performance once the greatest health risks are behind us. For now, the authorities must focus on ensuring that businesses and households can survive this period. This is the cheaper strategy, because if employment ties were broken it would take years to renew them, even if the health crisis were to last only a month.

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