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Economic Change and Restructuring ; 56(1):265-295, 2023.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2209406


This paper aims to map the effects of the rapid spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) on stock price dynamics and markets selections based on data from March 22, 2021, to September 20, 2021. Options markets from 2020 to 2021, multiple kinds of critical COVID-19 data. The proposed hypothetical modal considers investors' behavior and errors caused by the level of sentiment elicited for stock markets and green categories. This paper another element (1) Covid-19 (2) feeling, and (3) networking websites, for example, Covid-19 influence on the green size, green direction, and impact on securities prices. This paper used google search data work also creates a proxy for emotions dependent on five main categories of Data: (1) Covid-19, pandemic effect (2) markets, (3) lockdown, (4) banking and government aid. Moreover, this paper Use (a) VIX index sentiment, (b) S& The P 500 index is a measure of how well a sentiment (c) Sentiment in the S& amp;P 500 bank index. The Projected to empirical Finding follow First Level during the Covid-19, effect on jump volatility, and variability level in persistence on the green stock market exceeds that on the options market. VIX index green financial level increases with the COVID green financial level increase with the COVID-19 market index, index banking index and lockdown index. Therefore, it concluded the Share market statistic, COVID-19 benchmark, and long-run volatility. The fraction of the leap government assistance reduced. We find that the outbreak of the Pandemic of COVID-19 effects of the S&P 500 Index and S&P 500 Banks Index decrease with highest values (39%) but only after a surge in volatility covid-19 Pandemic. These results comply with our model's expectations.

Resources Policy ; 80:103181, 2023.
Article in English | ScienceDirect | ID: covidwho-2132245


In China, the idea of business continuity management (BCM) resources rapidly growing however few studies arranged on the subject and found insufficiently addressing the issue related to the natural resources. As a result, the current study attempts to seek to provide a deeper knowledge of existing Small and medium-sized Enterprises' BCM practices and provide focus on the need to help these businesses for economic recovery. Top executives from 150 Chinese small and medium-sized enterprises filled in an online survey over the period of 2015–2020. After it the findings have been formulated. Chinese SME disaster (particularly COVID-19) experiences have been revealed in the report, but a lack of business continuity planning is also evident along with an inability to construct a documented plan. Despite the fact that SMEs resources have varying BCM information and training requirements, the findings show that a company's assessed disaster management, BCM expertise and training requirements are linked to its size, operational duration disaster experiences and economic recovery. According to the report, it is thus critical to help small enterprises, especially those located in disaster-prone regions. Public and private sector involvement is equally vital in promoting BCM practices among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This study has provided recommendations for the betterment of business management side by side with futures' research.

Economic Change and Restructuring ; 2022.
Article in English | PMC | ID: covidwho-1913976