A New World Post COVID-19
Lessons for Business, the Finance Industry and Policy Makerslock_openopen access checkpeer reviewed
Pandemics are disruptive events that have profound consequences for society and the economy. This volume aims to present an analysis of the economic impact of COVID-19 and its likely consequences for our future by drawing from the expertise of authors that specialise in a wide range of fields including fiscal and monetary policy, banking, financial markets, pensions and insurance, artificial intelligence and big data, climate change, labour market, travel, tourism and politics, among others. We asked contributing authors to write their chapters while keeping in mind a non-technical audience so that their message could reach far beyond academia and professional economists, to policy makers and the wider society. The material in this volume draws from the latest research and provides a wealth of ideas for further investigations and opportunities for reflection. This also makes it an ideal learning tool for economics and finance students wishing to gain a deeper understanding of how COVID-19 could influence their disciplines.
Keywords: Technology. Unemployment. Value-at-Risk. Growth. Travel. Debt. Real Estate. Fiscal Policy. ECB announcements. COVID-19. Bank default. Residential. Decision-making. Brain circulation. Austerity. Skills. Local credit. Resilience. Repo specialness. Home production. Pandemic. Central Bank. Sports Economics. Mergers. Equity market performance. Bank of England. Recovery policy. Xenophobia. Recovery. Festivals. Investment banking. Pension contributions. Solvency ratio. Informal economy. Incentive compatibility. Gender. COVID-19 pandemic. Beta. Gold. Corporate investments. Energy demand. European repo market. Economic recovery. Industry sectors. Future of Work. Business interruption risk. Political uncertainty. Black Death. Commercial. Soccer. Tourism. Market risks. Volatility. Oil prices. Italy. Green Deal. Measurement. Oil markets. Coronavirus. Labour market. Longevity. Careers. Public debt sustainability. Pandemics. Mortality. Flight-to-quality. Venture capital. COVID-19 crisis. Economic History. Ambiguity. ECB. Talent mobility. Private equity. Dynamic Capabilities. Fund raising. Fiscal inequality. Spillover effects. Climate change. Virtual tourism. Pension withdrawals. Sovereign Yields. International researchers. Bank risk. Basel. Market risk. Interest Rates. Stock markets. Acquisitions. Employment. Great Depression. Internal migration. Sports Management. COVID-19. Data analytics. Pensions. Digital transformation. Protectionism. Solvency 2. Zombie lending. Political economy of policymaking. Collaboration. Pay. CAPM. Bitcoin. Treasury. Technology in pandemic. Far right parties. Public policy distortions. Trade. AI. Technology impact. Cryptocurrency. Childcare. State pensions. Pension scams. Non-macro-related uncertainty. Artificial intelligence. Energy supply. Altcoin. Populism. Investment. Sports Finance. Regulation. High growth enterprises. Travel barriers. Lockdown. Credit default risk. Data interface. Portfolio Optimization. Quantitative Easing. Start-ups. Revenues. Expected Shortfall. Alternative data. Pension transfers. OPEC. Fiscal policy. Policy complementarity. Financial crisis. Tail risk. Country risk.Submitted: June 3, 2020
Language: enISBN (ebook): 978-88-6969-442-4