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Correction: Accounting for Consequences and Claims in Policy

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Paul Dolan

London School of Economics and Political Science, GB
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Abstract

This article details a correction to: Dolan, P., 2021. Accounting for Consequences and Claims in Policy. LSE Public Policy Review, 2(2), p.3. DOI: http://doi.org/10.31389/lseppr.43.

How to Cite: Dolan, P., 2022. Correction: Accounting for Consequences and Claims in Policy. LSE Public Policy Review, 2(3), p.11. DOI: http://doi.org/10.31389/lseppr.64
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  Published on 27 Jul 2022
 Accepted on 28 Jun 2022            Submitted on 28 Jun 2022

Correction

The original publication omitted some details and a citation from a sentence in Section 2.2 [1].

The original sentence: 

Many of those who have died from COVID-19 would have died within the next year – up to half of them, according to Professor Neil Ferguson, a government adviser on SAGE. Despite the public outrage, this is morally relevant.

The sentence should instead read: 

Many of those who have died from COVID-19 would have died within the next year – up to half of them, suggested Professor Neil Ferguson, a government adviser on SAGE speaking to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee early in the pandemic, on 25 March 2020 [2]. Despite the public outrage, this is morally relevant.

Competing Interests

The author has no competing interests to declare.

References

  1. Dolan P. Accounting for Consequences and Claims in Policy. LSE Public Policy Review. 2021; 2(2): 3. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31389/lseppr.43 

  2. UK Parliament. Coronavirus: Science and Technology Committee 25 March 2020. 2020. Available from: https://youtu.be/jSW8U-EGIYc?t=1683