This research aims to uncover how major sectors like education are relying on technology to function. E-learning is fighting the odds in a time of distrust and uncertainty.
Browsing: COVID-19 pandemic
The paper suggests that radical sustaining innovation in service delivery combined with diversification could be fostered to mitigate risks and ensure SMEs survival in times of economic downturn. The conceptual framework developed in this article was designed to provide pragmatic recommendations for SME owners, entrepreneurs, managers and academicians.
Entrepreneurial Leadership Impact on Job security and Psychological Well-being during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A conceptual review
Studies dealing with the emergent coronavirus pandemic provide the multidisciplinary response to psychological, social, economic, policy and management challenges.
Role of Social Media in Shaping Public Risk Perception during COVID-19 Pandemic: A Theoretical Review
The article is about COVID-19 which is the most “discussed” disease that ever happened to human beings. The features of COVID-19 can be accounted for its propensity to spread via air, absence of the verified cure and lack of medical equipment for mechanical ventilation, masks and protective gear at the beginning of the pandemic period.