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Hotel and Tourism Management ; 10(1):41-51, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1924568

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The outbreak of COVID-19 brought many negative effects in different regions and economic areas. However, the hotel industry suffered the most adverse effects due to restrictions and measures imposed by countries. Hence, hotels took substantial hit on their financial performance and efficiency. The adverse impact was not same for all hotels across the globe. The extent to which they will record worsening financial performance depends on the implemented governmental measures and actions taken by the hotels. Assessment of changes in revenues, expenses and expense to revenues ratio shows the magnitude of the impact induced by the pandemic. The findings suggest that most hotels have suffered a substantial loss in revenues and significant increase in expense to revenues ratio.

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Atithya: A Journal of Hospitality ; 7(1):44-53, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1918723

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Online Pedagogy has emerged as one of the evident scenario amongst academicians since the outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic. Lockdown restrictions may be seen as an opportunity for all the academicians to explore and adopt online pedagogy. Almost all of us have been using some or the other online teaching platform to connect & share knowledge with our students. According to an article published on w.e.f. website (Li & Lalani, 2020), although there was high growth and adoption of education technology with global edtech investments reaching US$18.66 billion in 2019 and the overall market for online education expected to reach $350 Billion by 2025 but still there has been significant increase in usage of language apps, virtual tutoring, video conferencing tools and online learning softwares since the outbreak of COVID-19. This descriptive review paper attempts to highlight the impact of COVID-19 upon education system & review the issues, challenges and benefits of online teaching through a survey questionnaire posted on LinkedIn & WhatsApp seeking responses only from academicians teaching hospitality & tourism courses, as these courses majorly involve experiential learning. Reliability of the framed questionnaire is checked using Chronbach's alpha. All the prominent issues and challenges are compiled and depicted using descriptive statistics, for simple & easy understanding.

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Journal of Agricultural Extension ; 26(1 (Annual Conference):11-20, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1911910

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This study examined the adaptation strategies to the consequence of COVID-19 pandemic on Poultry Farmers in Oyo State. Multistage sampling procedure was employed to select five Key Informants and five Focus Group Discussion from the respondents respectively. Data on effects of lockdown, coping strategies and role of PAN were collected and analysed using constant comparison analysis. The effects of pandemic in severity order include, poor marketing due to collapse of the standard delivery system (85%);glut of the poultry products (80%), laying stock reduction (25%)and folding up of the enterprise (15%) burying of unsold bad eggs (5%). Coping strategies employed were sourcing financial support from cooperative societies (85%), sold produce on credit (75%) and sourcing ICT-based marketing information (70%). The role played by PAN include taking exemption letter from Police (Police wireless message) to move poultry products for sale;mediating unfavourable government taxation and relevant information dissemination via WhatsApp group platform. There is the need to develop an emergency's-smart resilience programme for the poultry industry. Measures adopted to manage emergencies such as COVID-19 should not impede the flow of agricultural products and inputs from the onset.

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Natural Volatiles & Essential Oils ; 8(5):9885-9894, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1905181

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This research paper analyses the changes and fluctuations thathappened in the prices of the stocks in the Information Technology sector in India during the period January 2020 to December 2020 in the five companies:TCS, Infosys, Wipro, HCL and Tech Mahindra using the closing prices of NIFTY Index to analyse. Further, the study has analysed the performance of the stocks of these five companies and also investigated the factors influencing the fluctuations. The major factor appears to be the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The companies were found to encounter a dip in their stock prices as an impact. While comparing the result of the analysis, it has also been found that the major dip in the stock prices has occurred during the period of March to May 2020.

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Journal of Food Distribution Research ; 53(1):5-6, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1904813

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The American Rescue Funds Program seeks improvements to infrastructure, capacity, and diversification in meat and poultry processing, with clear prioritization of increased competition via small- and medium-sized processing facilities. The need to euthanize animals at a time when retailers were rationing meat sales was one of several examples of market failures during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimated the disruptions to agricultural meat, poultry, and egg production at $15 billion based on CFAP and CFAP2 payments. Marani et al. (2021) estimate the probability of a repeat event at 1% to 2% per year, justifying the use of these public funds to add surplus capacity and infrastructure to mitigate disruptions in case of recurrence. Economics of scale are modest beyond slaughter of more than 125 head per hour in beef plants and 2,000 head per day in pork plants (Duewer and Nelson, 1991;Ollinger, MacDonald, and Madison, 2005). Dozens of such "medium-sized" U.S. pork and beef processing plants have survived since 2000, typically relying upon niche market connections. Given historic processing plant construction costs for medium-sized plants (Aherin, 333333 2021) and an assumed 20% USDA grant to incentivize construction, a $100 million expenditure on each of the beef and pork plants creates an opportunity to add as much as 5% additional capacity for each species, easing current capacity as the industries prepare for local and export growth. Whether producer-ownership of capacity can generate stability and additional benefits in the supply chains is of key interest. Models of producer ownership-including cooperatives and carefully structured LLCs-allow livestock producers to capture processing margins and remove some of the price uncertainty around live animal prices to the plant and producer. It follows, too, that producer-ownership can therefore reduce the ability of existing larger plants to poach supply from medium-sized plants during the crucial startup phase and ensure that plants run at optimum capacity. A significant portion of the additional capacity added to the pork industry in the last 15 years exhibited some form of producer ownership. Anecdotally, the pork and beef sectors may be moving away from commodity production and into systems that maintain animal identity from farm to consumer. Producers have an opportunity to capitalize on this shift by collectively investing in medium-sized plants with the ability to preserve identity and be more responsive to evolving consumer preferences. An overarching concern is of the need to maintain capacity into the future and the potential of existing packers to acquire this subsidized capacity should medium sized processing fail.

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Single commodity export dependence and the impacts of COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa 2022. 31 pp. 28 ref. ; 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1904718

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As recent trade disputes have led the United States to broaden export markets, the macroeconomic and developmental characteristics of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) ostensibly indicate the region will likely be a destination for U.S. agricultural exports in upcoming years. However, many of these character-istics are symptomatic of the economic development struggles prevalent in the region, which present significant challenges to sustained development. Trade in high-value commodities, for example, may offer economic growth, but the benefits are not necessarily diffused throughout the broader economy. Serving as the primary source for economic growth, foreign exchange, and export revenue, exports of high-value commodities can create terms-of-trade shocks during periods of significant fluctuations in international prices. This can limit a country's ability to trade effectively and alter trade flows due to the resultant depreciating exchange rate. The current Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has created such a period of intense price volatility, offering a unique opportunity for modeling potential effects of a global shock on trade with these nations. This working paper illuminates the impact that this volatility can have on U.S. agricultural product export values to SSA. By simulating the effects of declining oil prices in 2020 and subsequent years through a shock to gross domestic product (GDP) in oil-depen-dent nations-i.e., Angola and Nigeria-we can evaluate the impacts of COVID-19 on agricultural trade for key U.S. export commodities to SSA.

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Health care access among self-employed workers in nonmetropolitan counties 2022. 59 pp. 24 ref. ; 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1904635

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Access to health care involves affordability, which is often tied to health insurance coverage, as well as availability of health care facilities and providers. Self-employed workers are less likely to have access to employer-sponsored health insurance plans, and rural areas may have fewer options for local health care. Through the lens of availability and affordability, this report studies health care access for self-employed individuals, their families, and their households in nonmetropolitan (nonmetro) counties, using data collected between 2014 and 2020. The results indicate that health insurance coverage rates and sources differ more by age and whether workers are self-employed than by whether they live in a metro or nonmetro location. Self-employed workers ages 26 to 64 are more likely to be uninsured than those employed by government or private industry, but more of these working-age adults are insured through employer-based plans than any other insurance source. Few self-employed workers over age 65 are uninsured, and more of them are insured by public plans than any other source of insurance. Family medical expenditures differ more by age and source of health insurance coverage than by whether a family member is self-employed or lives in a metro or nonmetro location. The availability of health care facilities and services varies among U.S. counties by region, metro status, and whether a large share of workers are self-employed. Uninsured rates were higher for all workers at the beginning of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in April and May of 2020 than in 2018 and continued to increase through the pandemic in 2020, mainly due to a decline in coverage from employer-sponsored plans.

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Journal of Food Distribution Research ; 53(1):7-8, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1904585

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Various extension programs across the country offer educational and practical opportunities for new and beginning farmers. In recent years, Louisiana has experienced a boom in horticultural farm businesses managed by new and beginning farmers. Though access to land and credit are often cited as two primary challenges that new and beginning farmers face, access to market channels and business management skills are also key to building sustainable farm businesses. Moreover, strong social networks where new and beginning farmers can freely exchange ideas, network, share resources, and provide trainings are essential to the development of new and beginning farmers. This research focuses primarily on horticulture farmers' perceptions of business management skills and risk management. We used data collected as a part of the evaluation program for the Grow Louisiana Beginning Farmer Training Program (Grow Louisiana), an extension program offered by the Louisiana State University Agricultural Center. Grow Louisiana is a partnership of academic, cooperative extension, and nonprofit organizations to train fruit and vegetable farmers with less than 10 years of experience on small to mid-size farms in Louisiana. Focused on the southeastern region of Louisiana, the program emphasizes sustainable agricultural practices and local food systems. The year-long program offers participants training in whole-farm planning and risk management based on the following principles: (i) sustainable agriculture and business practices, (ii) resource optimization, (iii) objective decision making, and (iv) efficient work practices. The program trained 16 farmers per year and apart from educational training, promotes networking and mentoring among farmers across the state. This study used a mixed methods approach to analyze program evaluation data from the 3-year program (2018-2021). The first year the program was offered in person, the second year moved to a hybrid model when measures were taken to address participant safety due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the third year was completed mostly online. Data were collected pre- and postprogram through needs assessments, interviews, and focus groups with participants. Findings add to existing literature and highlight the importance of business and marketing planning in the development and training of new and beginning farmers. Moreover, the study provides useful information for extension practices considering the variety of methods of delivery by year (i.e., in person, hybrid, online).

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Tourism Tribune ; 37:4, 2022.
Article in Chinese | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1904045

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As the major public health emergency with the fastest spread, the greatest range, and the most difficulty in controlling recently, COVID-19 has created a huge shock and exerted an impact on public physical and mental health. Health tourism is an effective way of alleviating the general public's physical and mental health. Thus, it is necessary to examine the event strength of COVID-19 with respect to the willingness to undertake health tourism. Such research into tourists' behavior following the spread of COVID-19 could help identify potential areas of development for the tourism industry in the period of the pandemic under normal control. Many studies have investigated the negative shock and impact of COVID-19. However, little research has focused on behavioral responses in that regard. Hitherto, studies have ignored development opportunities in the tourism industry following COVID-19. By applying the stimulus-organism-response (SOR) model and event system theory, we conducted a survey among 313 participants by means of an online questionnaire. Using the structural equation modeling technique, we aimed to identify the effect of recognizing the event strength of COVID-19 (novelty recognition, disruption recognition, criticality recognition) on the intention to undertake health tourism;we did so by taking into account the mediating role of risk perception and moderating role of risk communication. We obtained the following findings. (1) The novelty recognition of the event strength of COVID-19 tended to decrease the willingness to undertake health tourism;disruption recognition did not affect that intention. However, criticality recognition did increase such willingness.(2) Novelty recognition exerted a negative impact on risk perception;criticality and disruption recognition positively improved risk perception. (3) Novelty and criticality recognition indirectly affected the intention to undertake health tourism through the partial mediating effect of risk perception. Disruption recognition indirectly affected such intention through the mediating role of risk perception.(4) Risk communication did not directly promote the intention to undertake health tourism, but it did moderate the impact of risk perception with respect to such intention. Thus, releasing more risk information makes the public more aware of health matters, which increases the intention to undertake health tourism. This study makes an important contribution to research and tourism management. First, we constructed and empirically examined a conceptual framework using the SOR model: it provided a good theoretical framework to analyze the mechanism between recognition of event strength and the intention to undertake health tourism;it broadens the application possibilities of the SOR model. Second, we clarified practical means for developing the tourism industry in the period of the pandemic under normal control;examples here are the wellness tourism industry promoting the planning and design of wellness tourism products as well as increasing investment in safety and sanitation. Such measures could also help improve risk communication, raise public awareness of risk and wellness, and promote wellness tourism.

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Journal of Agribusiness in Developing and Emerging Economies ; 12(3):345-370, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1901380

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Purpose: Waqf (endowment) lands constitute as among the highest types of waqf (endowment) properties in Malaysia;yet it is still unable to reach its maximum potential due to various challenges such as capital, location, legal and administrative issues. Therefore, this study intends to explore these issues by focusing on the two states in Malaysia (Selangor and Perak) that have fertile lands but different management authorities. Design/methodology/approach: There were series of interviews that had been conducted with ten (10) key informants who are experts and practitioners in the areas of Shariah (Islamic law), farming, agribusiness, land management and waqf. Findings: Findings exhibit that constraints and challenges that had been highlighted in the previous literature still exist (although some improvements had been made), but there is emerging theme that the study intends to highlight which is on the needs to secure market for the agribusiness produce and the potential role of anchor company in the agribusiness. It is pertinent that for agribusiness to thrive, selecting the right anchor company that has the capacity to address the challenges is necessary. This study posits two anchor company models (Waqf Trustee-Anchor Company and Waqf Trustee-Anchor Company-Community Farmers) that can be applied for agribusiness on the waqf lands. Research limitations/implications: This study is based on the Malaysia's context influenced by specific country's features. Nevertheless, such findings can still be used as reference or benchmark by other endowment trustees in other countries especially for the Muslim countries as well as the non-Muslim countries that have significant Muslim populations. Social implications The suggested models have potentials to improve the living condition of the B40 (below 40% household income) in Malaysia because the models encourage their participation in the agribusiness activities. Originality/value This study focusses on the agribusiness, which is rarely being given attention in previous literature in the context of endowment lands. Therefore, this article bridges the literature gap and at the same time attempts to provide suggestion to address the pertinent issue - the underutilised endowment lands.

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International Journal of Agricultural Science, Research and Technology in Extension and Education Systems ; 12(1):21-35, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1887587

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This study examined the impact of the global pandemic on level of production income and the uptake of insurance covers among agri-food related MSMEs' in South West Nigeria. The study adopted treatment effects model, the logistic regression model, Pearson's and Cramer's V correlation coefficient to analyse the data for the study. Sampled households were selected through a snowballing sampling technique using the online survey method to arrive at 192 MSMEs from Urban South West region of Nigeria comprising of 132 controls and 60 treated MSME operators. The treatment variable for this study is the uptake of insurance cover. Analysis of the sample for the study showed that the uptake of insurance cover MSMEs' in the study area stand at 31.25%. The result showed that MSMEs' who were affected by the global pandemic are more likely to take up insurance cover to mitigate future risks than those who were not seriously affected. The result of the treatment effect models further revealed that the production income and MSMEs' willingness to take insurance cover were both significantly impacted by the global pandemic. It was therefore recommended that insurance companies come up with tailor-made insurance products for MSMEs. Also, that flexible payments methods be allowed so that more micro enterprises can get cover which will in turn boost their confidence that in the event of an adverse market condition they will not be worse off.

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Atithya: A Journal of Hospitality ; 6(1):40-46, 2020.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1887580

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Tourism and allied sectors are interdependent entities contributing to foreign exchange earnings of the overall GDP of the country. Tourism and allied sectors walk hand in hand to attract and serve tourist at the destination. The outbreak of COVID-19 compelled the countries to seal their boundaries;levy restriction on visa & foreign tourist and social distancing. Fear in the mind of people about the virus has impacted the movement of the tourist in the domestic & international market leading to revenue loss for tourism sector. The process of unlock 1.0 has started but tourist has many expectations post lockdown about the mode of travel, the travel agency which will plan itinerary, hotel they are going to stay, whether all sectors are following the strict rules & regulations to provide safe & hygienic environment to its tourist. The questionnaire will be circulated by Simple Random sampling method among the residents in Maharashtra through Google forms- digital survey app medium. So the study has attempted to explore and analyze the impact of lockdown on tourism & the changes in the tourist behavior and choice patterns post lockdown from the tourism service providers.

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International Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Tourism ; 3(3/4):217-400, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1887506

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This special issue is composed of nine papers and it has been structured according to a logical order that takes readers from conceptualisation to application. It starts with a conceptualisation of smart tourism and sustainability. It continues with an exploration of social innovation emerging in ambidextrous small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and the digitalisation of tourism in response to the emergence of Covid-19. This is followed by papers related to the usage of digital technologies in sustainable tourism for disabled individuals and the role of human capital for tourism development. From this, the special issue then moves from discussing accommodation facilities for the smart destination to the application of digital technologies for the conservation of cultural heritage. It ends with the analysis of consumer behaviours and perceptions about ecological issues in cruise and aviation contexts.

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Natural Volatiles & Essential Oils ; 8(5):4663-4686, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1871572

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The novel coronavirus is respiratory infections affected as cold and fever. The World Health Organization denoted as "coronavirus disease 2019" (COVID-19). China was the first country invented in December 2019. This disease affects the health of humans but also influencing financial markets harshly affected across the globe. In April 2020, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) projected the severity of Covid-19 crossways the world affected by 3% this was higher than the 2008-09 financial crises. The Middle East and Central Asia region expressed that the growth of an economy decreased from 1.2% to 2.8% during 2019-20. In the same way, the oil import and export countries were affected by 4.2% and 0.7% correspondingly (IMF, 2020). The stock market is one of the barometers exposed to the economic status of the country. Due to Covid-19, the economic and social impact on BRICS countries were rigorously affected the manufacturing, services, education, health, hotels, real estate, hospitality tours and travel, media, IT, retails, and banking sector (M. Chaudhary, P.R. Sodani, S. Das, 2020). Last year, the worldwide stock markets crashed due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation. This study mainly focuses on investigating the impact of socioeconomic resources during COVID-19 on BRICS Nations;to analyze the performance of stock indices and its relation with the Covid-19 infected and death cases of BRICS nations. This study is empirical from official stock exchanges of respective countries in the pandemic situation on the stock market from January 2020-August 2021. The Covid-19 number of cases and their deaths are from the official website of the World Health Organization, Dashboard. Finally, to find out the relationship between the numbers of infected and deaths influencing the stock markets in BRICS Nations. This study finds the present situation based on that will further decisions for diversification of funds for getting benefits in the future especially post BRICS formation.

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Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society ; 134:116-117, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1871050

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Typical agricultural distribution systems and venues temporarily ceased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Commodities were turned under in fields, dumped, or left behind for wildlife to pilfer while food banks ran out of produce. Residents did not know where to get fresh produce and wholesale producers lacked the ability to instantly shift their business model and distribution methods to meet local needs. Advisory board networks helped connect components of the food system: wholesale producers;retail outlets;and consumers to locations where produce was available. I connected volunteer gleaners with wholesale producers to gather produce for distribution to food banks around Manatee County. The Bradenton Downtown Farmer's Market started a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) venue to accommodate wholesale producers with a retail venue. The county (Geographic Information System) (GIS) team and I created an interactive map of local agriculture commodities such as vegetables, fruit and vegetable crops, aquaculture, beef and dairy products, and nursery plants. The volunteer group organized over 60 gleaning events and harvested over 72,000 pounds of produce for food insecure residents. Based on the farmer's market model, two producers created CSA markets, in addition to their restaurant venue. As a result of the pandemic, four wholesale producers expanded distribution to local retail venues. The GIS map included over 100 Manatee County agriculture producers, searchable by location and commodity for markets, nurseries, aquaculture, beef and dairy, fruits, and vegetables. Key players in the food system who initially connected during the pandemic lockdown were able to provide beneficial opportunities for everyone. The GIS map has increased awareness of local agricultural production in Manatee County. Some wholesale producers adopted alternative marketing venues to rebound from pandemic deficits and prepare for future market changes. Gleaning events continue to provide local fruits and vegetables to food insecure residents, allowing them to enjoy healthy, accessible produce. Socially, many new connections and relationships have been fostered between the farming and residential communities.

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"Lucrari Stiintifice, Universitatea de Stiinte Agricole Si Medicina Veterinara ""Ion Ionescu de la Brad"" Iasi, Seria Agronomie" ; 64(2):147-150, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1870809

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Currently, entrepreneurship and migration go hand in hand. On the one hand, migration causes the population to adapt to the new social, economic and geopolitical conditions. On the other hand, the development of entrepreneurship requires the creation of new products and services that society requires over a period of time. The symbiosis between returned migrants and the development of business in the field of agriculture can become the key to success for the economy of the Republic of Moldova. The phenomenon of migration in the Republic of Moldova has been going on for several decades, and in the last period of time, as a result of the triggering of the COVID pandemic situation, it is attenuating. In this sense, one of the basic prerogatives of public authorities is reintegration and return of Moldovan migrants and their support through various programs and tools. The most popular of the support programs, intended for migrants and their relatives who want to start a business in the Republic of Moldova, is the Program for Attracting Remittances in Economy "PARE 1 + 1". Businesses created by migrants, tangentially, were also supported with the support of other state programs and foreign donors through technical assistance, training, workshops, participation in conferences and exhibitions, preferential lending, funding through grants before and after investment, compensation, direct payments per animal, various tax mechanisms, etc.

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Current Issues in Tourism ; 25(9):1376-1398, 2022.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1864870

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This paper proposes a managerial intelligence system for tourism by identifying its future necessary conditions. We use the managerial approach and the joint decision-making system to introduce cooperation among the actors in the Tunisian tourism system. The Mactor methodology was used to simulate the convergences and divergences between these actors. The results indicate that the model helps to define the system's future properties. The participation, without discrimination, of all tourism actors as a public-private partnership in the system's design and management is essential. The actors diverge in terms of piloting and financing the system, but they converge in terms of cooperating and participating in the management of the system. When there is such participation in management, the actors cooperate by sharing strategic information. In a public-private partnership framework, the state can intervene in the information market as a partner of economic actors rather than as the holder of a market monopoly.

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Natural Volatiles & Essential Oils ; 8(4):8250-8265, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1864138

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Today in India the greater part of the Government's administrations are made accessible electronically by worked on online framework and by expanding Internet network or making the nation carefully enabled in the field of innovation. Online frameworks where the info information enter the PC straightforwardly from the starting place (typically a terminal or workstation) or potentially in which yield information are communicated straightforwardly to that terminal starting place. In prior towards within into web based financial framework, we should know slight about the Indian financial framework. The financial area advancement can be partitioned into three stages Phase I: The Early Phase which lasted from 1770 to 1969, Phase II: The Nationalization Phase which lasted from 1969 to 1991 and Phase III: The Liberalization or the Banking Sector Reforms Phase which began in 1991 and continues to flourish till date. Fundamentally the banks are grouped into ordered into four classes that are Commercial banks, Small money banks, Payment banks and Co-employable banks. Today the customary financial framework in India is currently changing and moving towards the web based financial frameworks (modernization). In this view, this paper accentuation on consumer loyalty on internet banking during Covid-19, this investigation was led in Chengalpattu locale. Tests of 50 respondents were chosen to this investigation and the information's gathered through Google structures review techniques on working experts and understudies. The gathered information has been dissected through SPSS and the discoveries are shows that the exchange of internet banking is more advantageous than branch banking. Lastly this investigation may additionally leads with enormous example size on different areas.

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Australasian Leisure Management ; 138:44-46, 2020.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1864106

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This article explores the opportunity to reform Australian sport, make it stronger, more resilient, and future-proof it, following the crises experienced by Australia in 2020 including the COVID-19 pandemic. It is argued that an integrated approach to the support and provision community participation and sport is needed now that the sector and the families have significantly limited resources. Funding from local government to community aquatic, recreation and sports facilities and the management models may also need to be reviewed.

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Natural Volatiles & Essential Oils ; 8(4):9404-9410, 2021.
Article in English | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1864076

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Coronavirus pandemic has transformed businesses around the globe, making firms to rethink and rework completely on their processes. The factors like Social distancing, subsequent lockdowns, and other travel restrictions which were unleashed by the COVID-19 crisis have urged lot of people to switch to online mode of buying the required items. If one explores the post-crisis opportunities for the firms, fintech sector has stepped in disruptive innovation and is likely to generate new and embracing solutions. Fintech companies have already initiated in working on their mission and business models after COVID-19. In this back drop, it is very evident that COVID-19 has created incredible opportunities for the Fintech startups and the challenges faced by Fintech startups in tapping the same opportunities need to be studied. Hence, based on the intensive review of literature from various secondary sources an attempt has been made to explore the challenges and opportunities created by COVID-19 Pandemic Outbreak for the sustenance of Fintech startups.

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