Our Covid-19 response -- like virtually all policy -- is being shaped by people who are leading protected lives. They personally have little at stake economically to counter their natural concern that one day they might be accused of having done too little. But sweeping protective measures now in force carry such high costs that we must wonder how deep cost/benefit analysis has been, and how much sensitivity there has been to the lasting damage being inflicted on countless vulnerable lives. Locked Down and Out Our current lockdown was …
Gregory Stock, PhD
About Gregory Stock, PhD
Dr. Gregory Stock is a leading authority on the impacts of advanced technologies both on the life sciences and on society in general. Stock has a PhD from Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is presently an adjunct professor at the Icahn School of Medicine where he co-founded the Harris Center for Precision Wellness at the Institute for Next Generation Healthcare. He is the author of nine books, including the Book of Questions, which he is using to create an online tool for social discourse.