COVID-19 Vaccination and economic outcomes
We employed the Household Pulse Survey covering 549, 950 and 57, 892 vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals, respectively. For the causal analysis, we control the differences between the vaccinated and unvaccinated groups using propensity score matching (PSM) and weighing methods. Economic outcomes include whether individuals work on-site, telework or work from home, in-store shopping, job loss, and food sufficient. We also consider whether individuals experience mental health distress and receive mental health services as a potential outcome.