Browsing: COVID-19

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The findings of this research are that females report more optimism in 2023, both related to economic and psychological well-being, but further investigation is needed. Moreover, the young population reports a general decrease in psychological well-being, not considering life enjoyable. Despite monthly revenues, participants’ perception of economic problems is very high, even after the COVID-19 waves. These findings, in line with the SDG’s agenda in Albania, require attention and continuous observation to achieve economic and well-being Sustainability.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

The objective of this study is to explore these impacts. The result shows that 60% of marginal people have received the vaccine whereas 40% of marginal people have not yet received the vaccine. This study demonstrates that 76% of marginal people have taken debt during the covid-19. Among them, 13% could not repay their loans.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

The research compares the predictive capacity of Twitter sentiment regarding Covid-19 with traditional housing price predictors, such as structural and neighbourhood characteristics. Findings indicate that utilizing Twitter sentiment related to Covid-19 yields superior predictions compared to relying solely on traditional predictors, outperforming two specific traditional predictors.

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