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Journal of Strategic Marketing ; 31(3):607-634, 2023.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-20242775

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This paper determines the optimal communication by the policymakers in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis. The authors have developed a conceptual framework for optimal communication from the available literature and the opinion of the experts. Further, a hybrid methodology based on Fuzzy AHP and Goal programming has been used for the analysis. Using the conceptual framework it was revealed that there are 72 configurations from which optimal one has to be chosen by the policymakers for communicating optimally during pandemic emergencies like the Covid-19 outbreak. The analysis using hybrid methodology highlighted that FRTD is the optimal configuration out of the 72 possibilities. Considering this option would minimize the effect of the Covid-19 crisis by helping policymakers communicate to the maximum people at the minimum delay.

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Business Perspectives and Research ; : 22785337221107760, 2022.
Article in English | Sage | ID: covidwho-1910229

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The study examines the country?s competitive advantage variations due to fiscal stimulus allocated for COVID-19 by the G-20 governments. It predicts that G-20 countries that are more likely to attract future investments from global firms will improve their trade share in the post-COVID-19 scenario. The study uses the growth-share matrix and 4E (entrenching, empowering, enterprising, enriching) framework. Findings indicate that Japan, the USA, India, Australia, and Canada have allocated significantly large stimulus as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) compared to their world trade share. It is likely to provide them with a competitive advantage in the future. The findings further reveal that the Governments have significantly allocated the stimulus to four sectors, that is, health, social security, industry and construction, and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). In the post-COVID-19 scenario, global firms may seek market entry or expansion strategies in these sectors in the nations mentioned above.

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Psychiatr Danub ; 34(1): 185-186, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1801679
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J Vocat Behav ; 132: 103667, 2022 Feb.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1549966

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Research on calling has largely focused on its benefits for employees. This study contends that experiencing work as a moral duty based calling in invisible-dirty occupations can yield both favorable and unfavorable employee outcomes. Whether employees feel burdened or supported in their work and family roles depends on the demands and resources provided by the workplace. In a sample of 175 janitors at a large government hospital designated for treating COVID-19 patients in the national capital region of India, hypothesis testing results support that work calling is positively associated with both positive (job performance, subjective career success), and negative (work-family and family-work conflicts, burnout) outcomes. Further, job demands strengthen the relationship of work calling with work-family and family-work conflicts, and burnout, whereas, job resources augment the relationship between work calling and job performance, and subjective career success.

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Ann Oper Res ; : 1-31, 2021 Nov 25.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1536317

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The procurement of food grains from farmers is one of the biggest challenges under the COVID-19 outbreak due to country-wise lockdowns. The present study aims to reconfigure the existing food grain supply chain network. The study advances the extant literature by proposing a novel mathematical model that considers the government guidelines issued to procure food grains from farmers under the COVID-19 situation. The model includes personal distancing, a key parameter relevant in the COVID-19 crisis, and has remained unaddressed in the existing literature. The proposed model is tested in India. The effect of different parameters like personal distancing cost, carbon emission cost, fixed cost, and transportation cost is also investigated under a given set of procurement centers. Finally, the procurement schedule for each procurement center is generated, which is especially useful for managing its activities and is also helpful to farmers to streamline the process. Results indicate that the proposed model is highly effective under pandemic emergencies like the current COVID-19 crisis. Policymakers and the government will find this model helpful in drafting relevant policies regarding food grain procurement under emergencies such as the COVID-19 outbreak. The distribution segment of the supply chain network is not part of the present research work. In future studies, this part could be then added to the whole of the procurement process, and both procurement and distribution can be assessed together again.

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Journal of Strategic Marketing ; : 1-28, 2021.
Article in English | Taylor & Francis | ID: covidwho-1341046
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J Trop Pediatr ; 67(2)2021 05 17.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1249332
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