June 04, 2020

Jack Yoest, assistant professor, leadership and management, published commentary on National Catholic Register about looking at the total costs in a Pandemic.

..."The economic cost of an individual human life is an age-old philosophical question. But this crisis, where the medical recommendations necessitated widespread economic sacrifice, was an unusually stark rendition of the calculus. Is it possible to take, well, a business-like approach to life and death? What does a cost-benefit tradeoff look like when life itself is on the line?"...

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