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The 1918 influenza pandemic in Indonesia & comparisons with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Siddharth Chandra of The American Institute for Indonesian Studies (AIFIS) will be joining University of Michigan Center for Southeast Asian Studies to discuss “The 1918 influenza pandemic in Indonesia &” comparisons with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic”

Date & Time: Oct 15 @ 12:00pm EST (6:00am HST)

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The 1918 influenza pandemic had a profound impact on Indonesia. This presentation highlights research on pandemic impacts on various aspects of key demographic aggregates in Indonesia. These include estimates of the toll of the pandemic in the absence of reliable birth and death registration data, the timing, size, and geographic spread of waves of infection and mortality, and the impacts of the pandemic on health policy in Indonesia. Where relevant, comparisons are made with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Siddharth Chandra is professor and director of the Asian Studies Center at Michigan State University. His research interests include pandemics, the intersection of economics, health, and history in Asia, behavior and policy relating to addictive substances, and applications of portfolio theory to fields outside finance, for which the theory was originally developed.

Sponsored by the University of Michigan Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

Date

Oct 15 2021
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Time stated in HST.
6:00 AM - 7:00 AM
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