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Webology ; 19(1):2341-2356, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1964722

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Monetary coordination and macroeconomic stability are increasingly critical for domestic and fiscal policy in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. This research investigates the impact of monetary policy on financial and economic stability following the COVID-19 pandemic's economic lockdown. This article utilized a V.A.R. (Vector Autoregressive Models) estimator for time series data models. Quarterly statistics are gathered from the first quarter of 2004 to the first quarter of 2018. Using a V.A.R. model, the study investigates the causal connections between monetary policy instruments and economic stability. The findings suggest that Iraq's monetary policy is most efficient at maintaining a target growth rate for the money supply while simultaneously controlling inflation through an equalization cap (1.8 percent). Due to the rentier structure of the Iraqi economy, the money supply had a negligible influence. Monetary authorities must monetize oil earnings in order to finance public spending. Finally, an appropriate framework for monetary management must be created that ensures monetary independence and supremacy remain unimpaired. The findings give a thorough knowledge of the links between national monetary policies and economic stability, which can eventually aid in developing nations' formulation of good monetary and fiscal policies.

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Acta Commercii ; 22(1), 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1964229

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Orientation: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and its subsequent variants, has exposed the ill-preparedness of Small, Medium and Micro enterprises (SMMEs) to grow and sustain themselves and, by extension, livelihoods after the pandemic induced socio-economic crises around the world. Research purpose: This study aimed to contribute to an understanding of the impact of social and institutional networks in sustaining South African rural SMMEs during the crisis in rural municipalities. Motivation for the study: Previous studies on the sustainability of South Africa’s SMMEs have identified challenges and opportunities for urban-based SMMEs without clarifying the roles of rural-based social and institutional networks. This study was an attempt to fill that gap. Research design, approach and methods: This qualitative research design used an interpretative research paradigm to achieve the research objectives. Data were collected from 34 purposively (social network analysis group interviews) and 35 snowballing (semi-structured one-on-one interviews) selected participants from two rural municipalities. Data were analysed using NVivo 12 software. Main findings: The findings of the study revealed that, in the absence of provincial and nationally based institutions, rural SMME supportive groups established alternative local social and institutional networks to sustain their SMMEs in the post-socio-economic crisis period. Practical/managerial implications: It is therefore recommended that all the institutions must work together to transform rural SMMEs from their unsustainable state to sustainability (post socio-economic crisis). Contribution/value-add: By drawing on the critical elements of the sustainable livelihoods framework and institutional theory, this study proposed a conceptual model for sustaining rural SMMEs during crisis. © 2022. The Author. Licensee: AOSIS.

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International Review of Environmental and Resource Economics ; 16(1):1-41, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1963116

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This paper evaluates green stimulus packages that were introduced in response to the global financial crisis (GFC) of 2007–08 and draws lessons relevant for greening the recovery from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It provides evidence that well-designed green stimulus measures can help the economic recovery and bring about environmental benefits. Nevertheless, almost a decade and a half after the GFC unfolded, the ex post evidence of the joint economic and environmental impact of green stimulus measures remains very limited. Drawing on the lessons from the GFC, the paper underscores the importance of proper policy design, more realistic recognition of the potential trade-offs between economic, environmental and social objectives, and of building in impact evaluation mechanisms into green stimulus measures. The paper also highlights that COVID-19 is unfolding in a policy context that is very different from 2007 to 2008 and identifies new challenges as well as opportunities for greening the COVID-19 recovery.

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2nd International Conference on Advances in Electrical, Computing, Communication and Sustainable Technologies, ICAECT 2022 ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1961387

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The world is still affected by SARS-COV-2 that was spreading little by little and generated many human losses, causing an economic crisis worldwide, which led governments to declare a quarantine to avoid physical contact since medical personnel were doing their best to control the virus, but it was not enough. Given this, a growth in the development of automation technologies was observed, this technology has been applied in the annotation of worker assistance sheets, where previously it was necessary to supervise someone being a non-optimal method and causing loss of time in the process of looking for previous files that by mistake were not registered, there is some physical contact. In view of this problem, in this article an automated attendance control system was made for the staff of the health center and verify their time of entry and exit of each worker to be visualized through a user interface, with this it will be possible to control the labor discipline of each worker since this system will store in the cloud the data that is recorded daily in an orderly manner. replacing the manual system. Through the development of the system, it was observed that the system works effectively since an efficiency of 94.17% was obtained in its operation to control the time of entry and exit of each worker, being an accepted value since the process is conducted quickly and lightly. © 2022 IEEE.

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Vie & Sciences de l'Entreprise ; - (213):69-91, 2021.
Article in French | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1958340

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La pandémie de Covid-19 a impacté sanitairement, économiquement et socialement les individus dans tous les pays du monde. Les conséquences liées aux mesures prophylactiques ont ralenti ou arrêté l'économie mondiale, les marchés du travail nationaux et, in fine, la condition des femmes. Dans un contexte national moins favorable aux femmes, il leur est toujours difficile d'obtenir une double indépendance familiale et professionnelle. Être conjoint-collaborateur, aide familiale, micro-entrepreneuse, pluriactive, travailleuse indépendante, chef d'entreprise, voire employeuse ne donne pas le même statut social et économique. La disparité entre les genres dans les sphères privées et professionnelles se ressent davantage dans un environnement inédit de restrictions des possibles. Contrairement aux précédentes crises économiques, la crise sanitaire a touché massivement des secteurs féminins, impactant plus les femmes, malgré les politiques publiques d'aides financières. Les femmes ont été davantage en première ligne dans les activités de soin (care) professionnel, mais également de soin (care) privé, en supportant une charge domestique encore plus élevée. Le travail indépendant n'est pas la solution miraculeuse, qu'il soit complet ou d'appoint, même s'il peut donner l'illusion d'une autonomie financière et d'une émancipation familiale.Alternate :The Covid-19 pandemic has had health, economic and social impacts on individuals in every country in the world. The consequences of prophylactic measures have slowed or stopped the global economy, national labour markets and women's rights. In a national context that is less favourable to women, the latter still struggle to achieve dual family and professional independence. Being a collaborating spouse, a family helper, a micro-entrepreneur, a multi-tasker, a self-employed woman, a CEO or an employer does not give the same social and economic status. Gender disparity in the private and professional spheres is further felt in an unprecedented environment of restricted possibilities. Unlike previous economic crises, the health crisis has massively affected women's sectors, impacting women more despite public policies of financial support. Women have been in the forefront of professional care activities and also of private care, bearing an even higher domestic burden. Self-employment is not a miracle solution, whether it is full or part-time, even if it can give the illusion of financial independence and family emancipation.

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Sosyal ve Ekonomik Arastırmalar Dergisi ; 24(42):387-414, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1957909

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Ekonomik istikrarın saǧlanmasının en önemli ön şartlarından birisi, etkin ve istikrarlı bir şekilde işleyen finansal piyasaların, finansal kuruluşların ve ödeme sistemlerinin varlıǧıdır. Bu kapsamda günümüzde merkez bankaları fiyat istikrarının yanısıra finansal istikrarı da temel politika öncelikleri arasına yerleştirmişlerdir. Bu çalışmada finansal sistemin en önemli kurumsal yapılarından biri olan bankacılık sistemi, Kazakistan Cumhuriyeti özelinde tarihsel, kurumsal perspektif ve istikrar üzerinden deǧerlendirmeye tabi tutulmuş, ülkede faaliyet gösteren bankaların istikrar/saǧlamlık düzeyleri 2008 sonrası dönem için 4 farklı ölçüm metoduyla analiz edilmiştir. Analiz sonuçlarına göre, Kazakistan bankacılık sektörü 2008 krizinden önemli ölçüde etkilenmiş, 2009 yılında sektörün saǧlamlık göstergeleri en düşük deǧerlerini almış, bir sonraki yıl toparlanmaya başlamış, bu tarihten sonra bazı yıllar küçük ölçekli bozulmalar olmakla birlikte 2017 yılına kadar orta derecede saǧlıklı bir görüntü vermiştir. 2017 yılında yaşanan düşüşün ardından tekrar toparlanmaya başlayan sektörde Covid-19 pandemisinin küresel ölçekte oluşturduǧu tahribattan kaynaklı ciddi bir istikrarsızlık tespit edilememiştir. Ele alınan dönem içerisinde sektörün en önemli finansal sorunlarından biri olarak geri dönmeyen kredilerin öne çıktıǧı görülmektedir.Alternate :One of the most important prerequisites for ensuring economic stability is the existence of effective and stable financial markets, financial institutions and payment systems. In this context, today, central banks have placed financial stability among their main policy priorities as well as price stability. In this study, the banking system, which is one of the most important institutional structures of the financial system, was evaluated in terms of historical, institutional perspective and stability in the Republic of Kazakhstan, and the stability/soundness levels of the banks operating in the country were analyzed with 4 different financial distress forecasting methods for the post-2008 period. According to the results of the analysis, the Kazakhstan banking sector was significantly affected by the 2008 crisis, the soundness indicators of the sector had their lowest values in 2009, it started to recover in the next year, after this date, although there were small-scale deteriorations for some years, it showed a moderately healthy image until 2017. In addition, no serious instability could be detected due to the destruction caused by the Covid-19 pandemic on a global scale in the sector, which started to recover after the decline in 2017. It is seen that non-performing loans came to the forefront as one of the most important financial problems of the sector during the period under consideration.

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Webology ; 19(2):9350-9362, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1957813

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Role of money demand occupies a central place in regulating the monetary management of the economy and a topic of keen interest among researchers and academics (Sichei & Kamau, 2012). Growing money demand ensures an upsurge in the economic activity and vice versa. The present study analyzes the money demand function in Pakistan. The ARDL method to co-integration is used on data ranged between 1972 and 2018. The results showed that statistically significant effects of all main hypothesized factors including number of bank branches, population growth rate and agricultural output are found positive, negative and negative, respectively, both in the short-run and long- run. Whereas the effect of traditional factors viz., income and inflation rate on money demand appeared as positive, and statistically significant. The broad money demand function appeared to be stable in Pakistan. Policy to be focused on certain factors is discussed.

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Webology ; 19(2):315-330, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1957751

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During the past two decades, digital played a prominent role in bringing about tangible development in several fields, especially banking. As it provided new opportunities for entrepreneurship and promoted creativity and innovation activities, and was adopted as a tool to confront financial crises. A sample of individuals working in commercial banks listed in the Iraq Stock Exchange was selected. The coefficient of determination (R2) and least squares modeling were used to test the hypotheses of the study and using the statistical programs (SPSS), (SMART PLS).A set of conclusions has been reached, including the existence of a significant negative effect of digital finance in financial crises. Based on the conclusions, a set of recommendations were presented, the most important of which is the need to adopt digital finance to overcome challenges and face financial crises.

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Revista Mexicana de Pediatria ; 88(6):221-222, 2021.
Article in Spanish | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1957663
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Teruleti Statisztika ; 62(2):135-165, 2022.
Article in Hungarian | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1955109

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Both the 2008 global economic crisis and the crisis caused by the COVID 19 pandemic have had a significant impact on the domestic economy and society. The aim of the analysis is to explore the extent to which the impact of the two crises was similar in Hungary, through the evolution of the proportion of registered jobseekers and the number of tourism nights spent in commercial accommodation establishments. The study examines the main trends at the national level, by legal status of settlements, as well as at the settlement level, and by tourism region. The authors also seek to answer the question of how the two crises have influenced the evolution of territorial disparities in Hungary. © 2022. Teruleti Statisztika.All Rights Reserved

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1st International Conference on Technologies for Smart Green Connected Society 2021, ICTSGS 2021 ; 107:18593-18609, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1950347

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The repercussions occasionally are more detrimental than the storm. Similar is the scenario of the Economic Crisis 2008. It was devastating at the moment, but the concern was more towards the time period it has prolonged in the economy. In mid-March 2020, when our honourable Prime Minister announced about the entire nation lockdown, Covid-19 was proven to be a pandemic that not only deteriorated the health of the nation but also was a revolutionary change for the economy as well. Hence, estimating volatility in such dreadful scenarios becomes extremely important. Earlier researchers have made an attempt to study the impact of these two devastating events individually. However, this study makes an attempt to provide a comparative analysis of the volatility of Economic Crisis 2008 and Covid 19 in order to observe the nature of volatility in two different events of top 10 economies which comprises 66% of the whole world's GDP and accordingly can be taken as intermediary to address the world's economy.The data has been bifurcated into two sections, first comprises of Economic Crisis 2008 Period ranging from 1st of January 2008 to 31st of May 2011. While second section comprises of Covid-19 Period ranging from January 1, 2020 to May 12, 2021. In order to estimate the volatility and effect GARCH, T-GARCH and E-GARCH models have been applied for the fulfilment of the objective. The results provide with the conclusion that there has been significant impact of both the events on the volatility of the stock market.The study can be beneficial for the financial analysts and, retail and individual investors in order to make a prudent decision in such extremities as it presents with an insight of how different economies react to different circumstances correspondingly. © The Electrochemical Society

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The Journal of Risk Finance ; 23(4):418-436, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1948694

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Purpose>This research is designed to investigate the presence of market discipline in the banking sector, across Balkan states in Europe. Specifically, the effects of CAMEL variables on the cost of funds and deposit-switching have been assessed.Design/methodology/approach>The CAMEL method of bank evaluation has been applied as well as two measures for market discipline (costs of funds and deposit-switching behaviour). Data have been obtained for 10 Balkan states for the 2006–2019 period. For data analysis, ordinary least squares (OLS) and fixed effects models have been utilized. The generalized method of moments (GMM) method has been deployed as well as a dynamic panel model.Findings>Evidence of market discipline has been found, in the form of a higher cost of funds in the context of capital adequacy (but not for other CAMEL variables). Evidence of market discipline in the form of deposit-switching, however, has not been found. In addition, it has been discovered that bank size and gross domestic product (GDP) growth lower the costs of funds for banks.Originality/value>In the wake of the pandemic, banks need to prepare themselves for very difficult situations and relevant studies can provide help. Therefore, this research has contributed to the developing literature on this topic. In addition, the findings have important practical implications. Results show that banks should maintain adequate levels of capital if they want to control their costs of funds. Results also show that market discipline, in the form of higher costs of funds, can be imposed on banks to discourage excessive risk-taking. Findings highlight the value of appropriate policies and strong supervision of the financial industry. Findings also underline the importance of offering financial incentives to banks. For example, if banks know they will be able to avoid higher costs of funds by controlling their risk levels, they will avoid unrestrained risk-taking.

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The Journal of Risk Finance ; 23(4):368-384, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1948693

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Purpose>This study aims to investigate the time-frequency comovement between wheat futures traded on three US markets (Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), Kansas City Board of Trade (KCBOT) and Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGE)) at different maturities and a global equity index.Design/methodology/approach>As they allow to trace transitional shifts over time and across different frequency bands, this paper relies on continuous wavelet tools to investigate the time-frequency comovement among wheat and global stock markets.Findings>The results show an increase in wheat futures prices at all maturities and a weak integration level within each wheat market during the subprime crisis. Moreover, the wavelet power spectra maps show high wheat and equity price volatility at different time scales and for various subperiods. Furthermore, the continuous wavelet coherence highlights time-frequency-varying comovements between the markets considered, which become particularly high during times of crisis.Practical implications>The results provide market participants with a better understanding of the nature as well as the magnitude of the relationship between the global financial market and different wheat markets at different maturities and during tranquil and crisis periods. Indeed, from investors' perspective it is important to understand how markets are segmented or integrated during tranquil and crisis periods in order to better assess risks, diversify portfolios and implement more effective hedging strategies. As for regulators, a better understanding of the level of integration of different markets would further help refine macroprudential policies, and thus strengthen financial stability and resilience.Originality/value>This paper enriches the existing literature by investigating the time-frequency comovement between wheat and a global equity market. Indeed, the dynamics between stock and wheat markets across different nearest to maturities have not been widely explored by previous studies.

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RISTI - Revista Iberica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informacao ; 2021(E44):132-142, 2021.
Article in Spanish | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1940242

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Handicrafts as an activity belonging to the orange economy have great potential to grow in national and international markets, however, today where the effects of the economic crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt, this sector has been seen strongly affected. Taking into account the above, this document investigates the main characteristics of the orange economy and its relationship with handicrafts, to then show from the government and other institutions what has been the support that has been given to the people who are dedicated to these activities, identifying what benefits they can potentially access to reduce the negative impact on their finances and well-being in the face of the economic crisis. © 2021, Associacao Iberica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informacao. All rights reserved.

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Futuribles ; (440)2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1940178

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From the onset of the crisis in spring 2020, the French government put in place significant support measures for companies and the working population to cope with the Covid-19 epidemic. These were extended or expanded during the second lockdown in autumn. Beyond short-term measures, however, given the severity of the economic and social crisis that has accompanied the health emergency and will continue for long years to come, in September 2020 the government also established a 100 billion euro Recovery Plan for the French economy. That plan has three main strands: ecology, competitiveness and social cohesion. Does it match up to the future challenges French society will face? Pierre Papon examines that question in this forum, mainly from the angle of the scientific and technological challenges. After outlining the substance and the beneficial features of the Recovery Plan, he highlights a number of aspects that are either poorly dealt with or not covered at all. This prompts him to envision a number of complementary measures to ensure that preparations for the future are as sound as possible.

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Futuribles ; (439)2020.
Article in French | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1939938

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On 3 November 2020, a few days after this issue of Futuribles appears, the US presidential election will take place against a background of great communal tensions in the country and an economic crisis relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. As in many developed countries, one of the keys to the electoral outcome lies in the vote of the middle classes. As Julien Damon shows here, their situation has been growing gloomier for several decades now: the gap is growing between the middle classes and the affluent;inequality is increasing;and the reality of upward social mobility is in doubt. This article offers a review of the main American studies of the US middle classes over a dozen years, describing the reality of their development and also, at times, their failure to advance and fulfil their aspirations. He also stresses the risks, in terms of social cohesion, of the emergence of a de facto plutocracy in that country.

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Thunderbird International Business Review ; 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1935736

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Bahrain remains the most vulnerable Gulf country due to its limited savings and sharp rise in debt levels, leaving it exposed to high financing risks. The financial crisis has been deepened by the economic double blow of the decline in oil prices and the effects resulting from the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Bahrain has decreased subsidies and increased taxes on many products. Those measures seem, however, insufficient to mitigate the negative impacts on the economy. This paper presents a model based on a comparison between fast privatization and gradual privatization strategies undertaken in some Bahraini economic sectors. It shows that the contribution of privatization to economic restructuring is only as effective as the commitment of the government to maintain a high pace of privatization. This condition can provide needed revenues, and can particularly foster private investments and initiatives. Therefore, it may represent an appropriate context to elevate Bahrain out of the present equilibrium characterized by slow privatization and government dominance on the economy.

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Journal of Psychopathology ; 28:19, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1935231

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SCOPO DEL LAVORO: Stressful effects of COVID-19 lockdown measures adopted to restrict population movements to help curb the epidemic impacted on people's daily lives. Biella is Northern Italy province. For decades this province has had suicide rates higher than the Piedmonts and Italian average. In two most recent decades a positive correlation between financial stressors, 2008 economic crisis related, and suicide has been found. As the current economic crisis COVID-19 related is expected to exacerbate again the vulnerability to suicide of this province, during the first lockdown the Crisis Center for Suicide Prevention of Biella set up a telephone counselling service. We aimed to evaluate whether it represented a suitable and useful tool for suicidal crisis prevention. MATERIALI E METODI: We evaluated whether some techniques such as “emotional stabilization”, represented a suitable and useful tool for suicidal crisis prevention. Suitability and usefulness were assessed, based on caller feedback obtained during the first and last interviews using the so-called “thermometer of emotions”: callers were asked to describe (a) the intensity of their emotions with respect to stress, anxiety, depressed mood, anger, and sleep and (b) the need to manage these emotions. Callers were also asked to provide feedback regarding their overall satisfaction with the service on a scale from 0 to 10. The phones were attended by two psychologists and each intervention usually consisted of four phases: (i) psychoeducation, (ii) emotional stabilization, (iii) identification and reinforcement of personal resources, (iv) ending the telephone counselling session. RISULTATI: A total of 199 telephone counselling sessions were made involving 47 callers, about 87% of whom never had any previous contact with a mental health service. Ten callers went on to urgent outpatient psychiatric visit, while three cases required a network intervention involving their general practitioner and social services, guaranteeing a multidisciplinary continuity of care. During the telephone counselling sessions, callers described different conditions including fear of financial loss, family conflicts, agitation, depression, and suicide ideation. Through the use of the “thermometer of emotions”, callers who have undergone telephone interviews and interventions, have gradually provided lower scores both in the emotions intensity and in the need of managing them (data in elaboration). All callers reported a high level of satisfaction with the telephone counselling service (average rating of 9.5 out of 10). The phone service was closed in June 2020. CONCLUSIONI: The most innovative element of this project was that it proposed interventions for the emotional stabilization, something that is usually used in face- to-face sessions. Using the right protocols, it proved to offer continuity care and reduce pressure on hospital emergency departments while delivering good outcomes and patient satisfaction. Therefore, the COVID-19 pandemic provided an opportunity to overcome normative, technological, and cultural barriers regarding the use of remote healthcare services.

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NeuroQuantology ; 20(7):457-466, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1939466

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At the end of 2019, the world becomes shock because of the presence of the fast spreading and deadly of Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic as known as Covid-19. It is extermely dengerous for everyone. It can generally impact on various aspects of people’s life around the wrold and can be particularly detrimental to helath in the form of highly contagious infection and the acute respiratory syndrome. The first discovery of Covid-19 cases was occurred in Indonesia on March 1, 2020 and until April 18, 2020 there were 5.923 confirmed cases (positive), 520 cases died, and 607 cases recovered. A massive negative impact of Covid-19 can be seen in the weakening of economic activities, where a number of companies have been forced to stop their business activities and lay off all their employees. This has prompted the Indonesian government to encourage a number of state-owned companies to take part in disaster management due to Covid-19 pandemic through the distribution of corporate social responsibility (CSR). The aim of the research is to describe how the Indonesian government encourages all companies to undertake an important role in dealing with the negative impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic disaster. The result of this study shows that the companies took an active participation in assisting the government through various forms of CSR such as distributing personal protective equipment, giving masks, providing hand washing facilities in public places, opening free medical test services, socializing regarding the dangers of Covid-19 to the community, and providing social assistance in the form of basic necessities or community food needs.

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Economics, Management and Financial Markets ; 17(2):9-36, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1934875

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The FinTech industry has exhibited very high growth levels since the Global Economic and Financial Crisis of 2008. The sector growth has been accelerated because of the disruption caused by COVID-19 and that derived in the global health crisis, a crisis with significant implications for global economic stability. To examine the risk profile of FinTech firms, the CRISP-DM methodology was followed to aid in the implementation of clustering and classification algorithms, combined with time series regression models. This research paper offers insights on financial risk assessment by combining machine learning techniques and traditional econometric modeling to acknowledge challenges associated with the analysis of time series in the financial context and framed in the US FinTech sector. The main findings revealed a lack of significant differences between the FinTech and Non-FinTech firms in the US stock market. The results were surprising as the FinTech sector's speed of development and fast changes in financial innovation have led to the emergence of significant risks that do not seem to be captured by the examined market and firm-specific data sets. The research outcomes point to a substantial vacuum on the regulatory framework at both national and international levels to ensure efficient FinTech governance and adequate industry development amid very ambitious growing prospects.

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