The COVID 19 Pandemic India and the World

The COVID 19 Pandemic  India and the World
Author: Rajib Bhattacharyya,Ananya Ghosh Dastidar,Soumyen Sikdar
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 466
Release: 2021-09-30
ISBN: 1000463060
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The COVID 19 Pandemic India and the World Book Excerpt:

This book analyses the economic and social impact of the Covid-19 crisis with special focus on India. It examines the economic disruption caused by the pandemic, policy responses to it and the prospect of a severe global recession. It also covers how the pandemic has contributed to considerable suffering among the masses and affected socio-cultural relationships, behavioural patterns and psychological attitudes governing human interaction. A topical and timely collection on the pandemic, the essays in the volume discuss several key themes which include, · The Corona pandemic and the changing global economy; growth, trade and macroeconomic recovery; · Public health and policy failures; appropriate policy response; · Impact on education; guidelines for the future; · Idea of economic herd immunity; impact of India’s lockdown, crisis of the migrant labourers; · Impact on agriculture, industry, firms, households and the informal sector; · Implications of digital technology for production, labour and labour relations; · Violence amidst the virus; Covid 19 and Hindu- Muslim conflict in India, domestic violence, questions of occupation, identity, gender and vulnerability; · De-globalisation and environmental challenges in the post-Covid era. Engagingly written, this comprehensive volume compiles original research by leading economists from India and abroad. It will be useful for scholars and researchers of economics, of the Indian economy, development economics, development studies, labour studies, public policy, public administration, governance, sociology and political economy.

The COVID 19 Pandemic India and the World

The COVID 19 Pandemic  India and the World
Author: Rajib Bhattacharyya,Ananya Ghosh Dastidar,Soumyen Sikdar
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 466
Release: 2021-09-30
ISBN: 1000463044
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The COVID 19 Pandemic India and the World Book Excerpt:

This book analyses the economic and social impact of the Covid-19 crisis with special focus on India. It examines the economic disruption caused by the pandemic, policy responses to it and the prospect of a severe global recession. It also covers how the pandemic has contributed to considerable suffering among the masses and affected socio-cultural relationships, behavioural patterns and psychological attitudes governing human interaction. A topical and timely collection on the pandemic, the essays in the volume discuss several key themes which include, · The Corona pandemic and the changing global economy; growth, trade and macroeconomic recovery; · Public health and policy failures; appropriate policy response; · Impact on education; guidelines for the future; · Idea of economic herd immunity; impact of India’s lockdown, crisis of the migrant labourers; · Impact on agriculture, industry, firms, households and the informal sector; · Implications of digital technology for production, labour and labour relations; · Violence amidst the virus; Covid 19 and Hindu- Muslim conflict in India, domestic violence, questions of occupation, identity, gender and vulnerability; · De-globalisation and environmental challenges in the post-Covid era. Engagingly written, this comprehensive volume compiles original research by leading economists from India and abroad. It will be useful for scholars and researchers of economics, of the Indian economy, development economics, development studies, labour studies, public policy, public administration, governance, sociology and political economy.

Impact Of Covid 19 Crisis On The Global Economy And Other Sectors Worldwide

Impact Of Covid     19 Crisis On The Global Economy And Other Sectors Worldwide
Author: Dr. Prita D. Mallya ,Dr. Rodney D’Silva
Publsiher: Idea Publishing
Total Pages: 352
Release: 2020-06-08
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Impact Of Covid 19 Crisis On The Global Economy And Other Sectors Worldwide Book Excerpt:

This book highlights the impacts of COVID-19 on the global economy, at a time when the world economy has experienced large demand and supply shocks. To limit the transmission of the corona virus, all governments shut down production, restricted movement of people, etc, which led to severe curtailment in demand, and disruptions in supply chains all over the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has dragged the world economy into an abrupt and unforeseen recession. According to IMF estimates, world GDP will fall by over 3 percent due to the outbreak of this pandemic - the steepest slowdown since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The ILO has predicted a loss of about 25 million jobs due to this pandemic. Emerging markets will lose at least 2.4 percent of their GDP in 2020 alone. Loss in global travel revenue due to COVID-19 is estimated at USD 810.7 billion. Financial markets have been badly hit and about USD 83 million has been pulled out of developing markets since the outbreak of COVID-19. The list of sectors impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, is endless All governments have announced stimulus packages comprising a mix of fiscal and monetary measures, but it is difficult to predict how quickly businesses will respond to these measures. The papers in this book, which are the proceedings of an online global conference, have attempted to analyze and summarize the thoughts of academicians on these vexed issues.

COVID 19 Pandemic Trajectory in the Developing World

COVID 19 Pandemic Trajectory in the Developing World
Author: Mukunda Mishra,R. B. Singh
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 355
Release: 2021-04-21
ISBN: 9813364408
Category: Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

COVID 19 Pandemic Trajectory in the Developing World Book Excerpt:

We are witnessing an unprecedented global outbreak of COVID-19, which has been devastating in its consequences. Beyond the acute health hazard, the pandemic has carried with it other threats for mankind associated with the human economy, society, culture, psychology and politics. Amidst these multifarious dimensions of the pandemic, it is high time for global solidarity to save humankind.Human society, its ambient environment, the process of socio-economic development, and politics and power – all are drivers to establish the world order. All these parameters are intimately and integrally related. The interconnections of these three driving forces have a significant bearing on life, space and time. In parallel, the interrelationship between all these drivers is dynamic, and they are changed drastically with time and space. The statistics serve to align the thought, based on which social scientists need to understand the prevailing equation to project the unforeseen future. The trajectory of the future world helps in planning and policymaking with a scientific direction.The practitioners of all academic disciplines under the umbrella of the social sciences need a common platform to exchange ideas that may be effective in the sustainable management of the crisis and the way forward after it is mitigated. This book provides multidisciplinary contributions for expressing the solidarity of academic knowledge to fight against this global challenge. It is crucial that there should be an on-going discussion and exchange of ideas, not only from the perspective of the current times but keeping in view the preparedness for unforeseen post-COVID crises as well.

Health Dimensions of COVID 19 in India and Beyond

Health Dimensions of COVID 19 in India and Beyond
Author: Saroj Pachauri
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
ISBN: 9811673853
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

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Gendered Experiences of COVID 19 in India

Gendered Experiences of COVID 19 in India
Author: Irene George,Moly Kuruvilla
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 370
Release: 2021-11-24
ISBN: 3030853357
Category: Social Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Gendered Experiences of COVID 19 in India Book Excerpt:

This edited volume critically reflects on the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has affected and continues to affect women in India. Drawing on a range of qualitative and quantitative research, contributors analyze the implications of the pandemic on the informal sector, migrant women workers, women in the health care sector, women’s economic engagement, the experiences of elderly women, mental health care, higher education, and more. Chapters also consider what gender-responsive policies are needed to ensure women’s equal rights, representation, and participation in society during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. This timely and relevant volume situates India within the larger global context of conversations around economic, social and political consequences of the pandemic upon gender inequalities This book will be of interest to scholars, students, and policy makers in the fields of Sociology, Gender Studies, and Public and Social Policy.

The Impact of COVID 19 on India and the Global Order

The Impact of COVID 19 on India and the Global Order
Author: Mousumi Dutta,Zakir Husain,Anup Sinha
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
ISBN: 9811684723
Category: COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Impact of COVID 19 on India and the Global Order Book Excerpt:

This book provides a multidisciplinary analysis of the many socio-economic challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic across international boundaries, disrupting the economic system and life styles globally. It starts by setting the historical context of the pandemic and proceeds to describe the impact on the Indian economy, how certain sections of the population have become economically and psychologically vulnerable. International experts from diverse fieldsdevelopment economics, macroeconomics, corporate finance, history, sociology, psychology, public policy, and urban studiescontribute to this exciting analysis of an Indian and global society at the crossroads. The book examines emerging themes related to global economic revival, intellectual property rights over the vaccine, and rupturing of the global supply chains. It discusses the response of institutions and markets to the global pandemic. It closes with a futuristic look at the new society and global system that may emerge out of the chaos. A valuable resource appealing to a wide readership across the social sciences and the humanities. Readers include undergraduate students, postgraduate students, researchers and academic teachers, and also public policy experts.

Dissecting the COVID 19 Pandemic

Dissecting the COVID 19 Pandemic
Author: Ramkrishna Nirola,Bharat Raj Poudel,Raju Adhikari
Publsiher: Aawaran Publications
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2021-05-19
ISBN: 9937945917
Category: Computers
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dissecting the COVID 19 Pandemic Book Excerpt:

So far, several fascinating and fancy stuff have been imagined by humans. Not all imaginations are bound to happen and could be experienced. However, the current pandemic (COVID-19) seems, and now is set to surpass beyond what a human brain could have imagined. A deep socio-economic scar is in the process of being created and nobody yet knows how deep this wound is going to penetrate. At this juncture, we have congregated to produce a book entitled “Dissecting the COVID-19 Pandemic”, through the facades of global socio-economic impact. It is our pleasure to try to compile what we have seen and hence present the factual accounts to the people post February 2020, and for the days to come. It is a history unfolding, an array of events in front of the human kind. Our effort in witnessing, reviewing, compiling, and binding is definitely going to be a memorabilia of the time it has witnessed. It is said that “seeing is believing”, and here, the authors have factually seen and have by now certainly believed that COVID-19 is not just a simple flu. The pandemic crises of COVID-19 has shaken the world, and its impact is multidimensional and has adversely influenced many aspects of human life. Globally, over 22 million people were infected, and over 4.5 million have died in 215 countries, when this book was in the press. The eight chapters of this book cover various facades of the coronavirus crises, plus their impact globally and particularly in Nepal. The information is relevant to many developing countries. The chapters are written by science scholars, engineers, media analysts, development experts, and scientists in allied disciplines in Australia and Nepal. The contributing authors have both knowledge and experiences of Nepal and overseas in the subject matter and have provided evidence-based information. Our publication efforts and contribution to Nepal and Nepali diaspora deserve special mention. We hope this book will generate enough interest and stimulate significant discourses among scholars, policymakers, and the community at large to advocate for an inclusive health, disaster risk reduction (DRR), diplomacy and migration policy to overcome future pandemic challenges. Finally, we acknowledge the support of NRNA-Australia, Nepal Science Foundation Trust-SK & TT Department, Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), Embassy of Nepal-Canberra, Federation of Nepalese Community Associations of Australia (FeNCAA), Australasian Nepalese Medical and Dental Association- Australia (ANMDA), and Aawaran publication for their support to bring out this book.

India Wakes

India Wakes
Author: Arun Tiwari,Bart S Fisher
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 494
Release: 2020-08-27
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

India Wakes Book Excerpt:

The world into which India wakes is a nightmare decimated by a global recession, caused by the coronavirus pandemic originating in China and engulfing most of the world. Was the coronavirus a Black Swan event turned into an opportunity by China to dominate the world? Would the trust deficit heightened by China's ambushing Indian soldiers become a snowball or fade away? Has the US$ 5 trillion Indian economy dream become a mirage already? What all would fall into the fault lines of socio-economic inequality?Will there be a new Cold War between the United States and China, and if there is one, how can India avoid becoming collateral damage? Is it possible that the United States, India, and China build a new world order based on mutual needs and interests, or is a hegemon power already on the prowl? Anchored in hope, rather than adding to anxiety, and seeing present times as a teachable moment of human history, the book recalls the past and contextualizes it for the next politico-economic shift that is currently unfolding in the world. Every nation must find its bearing and position itself in the matrix of a de-globalized world.Historians may conclude that 2020 marked the end of the post-World War II era. This majestic work analyzes the post coronavirus world order and India's role in it. Will India pursue a regional strategy that can contain a resurgent China? What are the regional and global implications of India's turn to greater nationalism under the BJP? Has the United States lost its place as the indispensable superpower? What new trade alliances and trade patterns may arise? These issues and more are addressed by authors, who possess extraordinary credentials as students of these troubled times. I recommend this book highly, the first major study to consider the fate of the triad-India, China, and the United States-in the post coronavirus new world order.- Stuart S. Malawer, J.D., Ph.D., Distinguished Service Professor of Law and International Trade at George Mason University. Delegate on various Virginia gubernatorial trade delegations to India.India wakes in a world that is emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic.The authors demonstrate how this disaster has accelerated trends already under way, including de-globalization, the rise of populist authoritarian leaders, and intensifying rivalry between China and the United States. They argue that India should take advantage of the opportunity that U.S. decoupling from China will provide, including supply chain movement away from China and into India. This sweeping, clearly written, and riveting magisterial study of India's role in the new world order is a must-read for students of the relationship between India, China, and the United States.- Richard W. Rahn, Ph.D., honorary Doctor of Laws, American economist, columnist, and entrepreneur. Current Chairman of Improbable Success Productions and the Institute for Global Economic Growth.

The New Normal

The New Normal
Author: H Chaturvedi,Ajoy Kumar Dey
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total Pages: 438
Release: 2021-03-10
ISBN: 9354350453
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The New Normal Book Excerpt:

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the world was caught unprepared. We had faced several disruptions including pandemic but not at this level. It brought everything to a grinding halt as nationwide lockdowns were imposed to stop the spread of infection. Businesses struggled, and then rose to the occasion to manage their work by redefining their business structure, work culture and strategies. This book has a collection of articles that are not just opinions and projections about future but phenomenon-based articles explored through theoretical lens and are not just limited to business and economy but ecological changes as well. The authors who have shared their knowledge and research hail from Bangladesh, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, UK, USA and Vietnam beside India. The diverse background of authors that include University Vice Chancellors, Directors, Distinguished Professors, and Senior Executives from the industry brings their unique perspective and insights in the articles. The 27 articles in this book are divided in 5 sections namely Higher Education Rebuilding Itself, Surviving the Crisis, Evolving Business Models and Organizational Strategies, Way Forward for the Economy, Impact on the Ecosystem and Society. Each article demystifies the multidimensional impact that the pandemic has had on the professional and personal spheres of the human lives. We hope that it will serve as true companion of a researcher.

Age Of Pandemics 1817 1920

Age Of Pandemics  1817 1920
Author: Chinmay Tumbe
Publsiher: Harper Collins
Total Pages: 268
Release: 2020-12-02
ISBN: 9353579465
Category: History
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Age Of Pandemics 1817 1920 Book Excerpt:

From lockdowns to lockups, viruses to vaccination, the movement of people to the movement of bowels, from rats to cats, and more, The Age of Pandemics chronicles the many facets of the cholera, plague and influenza pandemics, which claimed over 70 million lives between 1817 and 1920, with India being the epicentre in all these episodes. The book argues that the period between the early nineteenth century to the early twentieth century - an age otherwise known for the worldwide spread of the industrial revolution, imperialism and globalization - was also the 'age of pandemics'. It documents the scale of devastation, the likely causes and consequences, and the resilience with which people faced those pandemics. The book also provides the first comprehensive coverage of the world's greatest demographic disaster ever to descend upon a country in a short period of time - the influenza pandemic in India in 1918, which claimed more lives than all the battle casualties of World War I. And it shows the continuing relevance of learning from those times to tackle contemporary challenges, such as COVID-19.

Chindialia

Chindialia
Author: Jiang Hong Shen
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 472
Release: 2021-01-11
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Electronic Book
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Chindialia Book Excerpt:

China, with special governance leadership based on its political system, proved to be able to lead the world. But unlike most of the countries in the world who are eager to work with China in the Belt and Road Initiative and Community of Shared Future of Human proposal, Australia and India not only firmly refuse to show their willingness to work with China for a multi-win future but also try their best to suppress China's development. We come to the conclusion that it is short-sighted or blinded politicians in Australia and India do not know much contemporary history of China since 1840's opium war, especially those stories after the found of the China Communist Party of China in 1921. It is understood that most of ordinary people in Australia and India never know when and how new China was founded in October 1, 1949 and why Hong Kong was returned to China by UK in 1997 and Macau was returned back to China in 1999 by the Portuguese government. In the context of COVID-19 pandemic, the world economy is badly hurt and so many people are struggled to survive in so many countries. China, with its unique governance leadership, get rid of the pandemic in a short period of time. It must be recognized as an excellent textbook for the world, with so many countries with their governments defined as unfit or unqualified to rule because of being unable to develop and offer good environment for their people.The world is waiting for new development theory and practice for so many develoblems. We hope this book will pay to help for these develoblems. We firmly believe the world needs new solutions and China, India and Australia should work to find a new way out for the world.

SARS CoV 2 Origin and COVID 19 Pandemic Across the Globe

SARS CoV 2 Origin and COVID 19 Pandemic Across the Globe
Author: Vijay Kumar
Publsiher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 322
Release: 2021-12-01
ISBN: 183968755X
Category: Medical
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

SARS CoV 2 Origin and COVID 19 Pandemic Across the Globe Book Excerpt:

The current COVID-19 pandemic has infected more than 219 million people and killed more than 4.5 million people worldwide. It has also impacted the socioeconomic status of affected countries and led to the fastest development of vaccines in history. Over seven sections and seventeen chapters, this book comprehensively reviews numerous aspects of COVID-19, including epidemiology, zoonosis, drug development, telehealth, the effects of the virus on healthcare workers, the importance of architecture, and urbanism in preventing future pandemics, and much more.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIETAL TRANSFORMATION IN PANDEMIC TRAPPED INDIA

ECONOMIC AND SOCIETAL TRANSFORMATION IN PANDEMIC TRAPPED INDIA
Author: Subrata Saha,Mukunda Mishra,Anil Bhuimali
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
ISBN: 9811657556
Category: COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

ECONOMIC AND SOCIETAL TRANSFORMATION IN PANDEMIC TRAPPED INDIA Book Excerpt:

This book acquaints the reader with the critical changes in Indias economy and society amidst the unprecedented pandemic outbreak of COVID-19, which has been devastating by breaking all prior records of illness and fatality. The present crisis is shown to be more than an acute health hazard as it carries with it other threats associated with the economy, society, culture, psychology, and politics. The dynamic driving forces that have a significant bearing on life, space, and time are explored, providing a basis on which social scientists can understand the prevailing equations and project the unforeseen future to contribute to a policymaking mechanism. The Indian scenario presented here takes into account how the COVID-19-induced lockdown of transport services, closing of factories, and restrictions on mobilization have caused the economy to face a recession, affecting mostly the unorganized sector. Travel restrictions and quarantines affecting hundreds of millions of people have left Indian factories short of labour, causing havoc in the production system. Semi-skilled jobholders have lost their employment, and the country has witnessed the plight of large pools of migrant labourers returning on foot to their homelands hundreds of miles away with their families and belongings. Contributors to this volume are drawn from diverse disciplines, displaying the solidarity of academic knowledge in a physically divided world. This common platform is provided to the practitioners of relevant academic disciplines under the umbrella of regional sciences a forum for the exchange of ideas that may be effective in the sustainable management of the crisis and a way forward after it is mitigated. Thought-provoking discussions regarding different facets of the crisis are relevant not only to the current times but also to being prepared for the unforeseen post-COVID economic and societal order.

COVID 19 Pandemic Public Policy and Institutions in India

COVID 19 Pandemic  Public Policy  and Institutions in India
Author: Indranil De,Soumyadip Chattopadhyay,Hippu Salk Kristle Nathan,Kingshuk Sarkar
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 222
Release: 2022-03-24
ISBN: 1000559319
Category: Political Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

COVID 19 Pandemic Public Policy and Institutions in India Book Excerpt:

This book looks at the institutional and governance issues faced by India during the first and second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and its adverse impact on the vulnerable sectors and groups. The book is split into four parts, with preceding chapters informing later ones. Part One outlines the approach of the study, in particular their examination of policy responses and the effect of the pandemic. Part Two delves into the governance challenges in containing the pandemic while giving the theoretical rationale for institutional responses. Part Three looks at how the pandemic affected economically vulnerable households, workers, and small industries. The effect of pandemic on the informal sector is also detailed. Lastly, Part Four examines the impacts and responses of Indian public infrastructure and services to the pandemic, in particular the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care and schooling. It also explores the challenges caused by infrastructure inadequacies in Indian cities. The book closes by looking at how businesses in the private sector have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, with a focus on Corporate Social Responsibility. The book will be a useful reference to researchers, policymakers, and practitioners who are interested in institutions and development, especially in the context of India.

The Fury of COVID 19

The Fury of COVID 19
Author: Vinay Lal
Publsiher: Pan Macmillan
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2020-10-12
ISBN: 9389104246
Category: History
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Fury of COVID 19 Book Excerpt:

‘No one till now has written on the coronavirus against a cultural backdrop as vast as this—crossing centuries, continents and disciplines. This small book will outrun all the repetitive details of the pandemic with which we are being regularly bombarded’ ASHIS NANDY ‘Vinay Lal's 3-D analysis of the what and the why of the COVID experience, is a must read for grasping the finer lines of history, culture and literature invisibly woven into the global response to the pandemic’ GANESH DEVY ‘Lal writes with an ease that is a pleasure to read. This book shows how we can see ourselves in the crisis of COVID-19, in the mirrors of our common, shared but unfinished humanity’ SATENDRA NANDAN There has never been anything like the Covid-19 pandemic in history. The world as we knew it has changed and the fury of Covid-19 has unleashed new forces, leaving us with an uncertain future. Though its fatality rate, in comparison with some previous epidemics such as the Black Death and the ‘Spanish flu’ of 1918-20, is strikingly low, and though it follows in the path of epidemics such as HIV, SARS, and Ebola, the coronavirus pandemic has produced outcomes which are altogether unprecedented. There is no other instance where the world was, over three months, brought to a standstill and the global economy shuttered. Most countries imposed a ‘lockdown’ and shut down their borders. In Italy and Spain, old people were left to die; in India, millions of migrants took to the road. In some countries rulers have assumed emergency powers. America, the world’s superpower, has been brought to its knees. The economic impact of the outbreak has been shattering; the environmental implications may yet be monumental. Investigating all these trends and the social, cultural, political, and philosophical aspects and implications of the pandemic, this book evaluates the fate of humankind and the earth in its wake.

Covid 19 Pandemic Issues on Sustainable Development Goals

Covid   19 Pandemic  Issues on Sustainable Development Goals
Author: C.Subbulakshmi
Publsiher: Shanlax Publications
Total Pages: 327
Release: 2022
ISBN: 9391373453
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Covid 19 Pandemic Issues on Sustainable Development Goals Book Excerpt:

When the pandemic struck, family, education, and the economy all took a hit in terms of maintaining structural relationships. Even before the Pandemic, India's socio-cultural system had been facing numerous difficulties and changes as a result of political and economic forces, Corona. Religion, the economy, and the political system have all played important roles in changing the social structure. Nutrition is also a significant concern. Nutrition is a science that is engaged in the prevention and treatment of a wide range of infectious and non-infectious disorders. A well-balanced diet aids in the improvement of general public immunity and, as a result, aids in the prevention of infection. During covid -19 infection, there are numerous illness conditions or comorbidities that present a significant problem. As a result of the COVID-19 epidemic, our society has undergone a rapid and deep digital transition. The epidemic prompted us to make a historic digital shift in our daily lives and activities, including our children's educational transfer from traditional to digital classroom practise. COVID-19 has the potential to alter the education system, affecting teaching/learning, research/innovation, community service/engagement, and the experience of staff and students. Domestic violence, on the other hand, is an age-old social tragedy that has long been kept from society's gaze. Domestic abuse affects people from all walks of life, regardless of their social, economic, religious, or cultural backgrounds. Threats, name-calling, preventing communication with family or friends, withholding money, actual or threatened physical harm, and sexual assault are just some of the behaviours that might be used. In the agricultural industry, an estimated 10 million migrant workers returned to their home countries in 2020, following the enforcement of the lockdown. Agriculture and related sectors grew by 3.4 percent in 2020-21, despite the fact that global economic growth slowed to -7.2 percent. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the food supply mechanisms were thrown off. As a result, the farming community as well as the economy's most vulnerable sectors are impacted. The government, NGOs, and individuals have discovered that they can have a significant impact on the environment. Our government is always emphasising the need of drinking pure water, especially during this pandemic. But we are lacking in drinking water supply to all areas. Pure drinking water is a solution for keeping ourselves away from infectious diseases. This pandemic epidemic has had several negative consequences, including as an increase in medical waste, disinfectants, and the use of masks and gloves damaging the environment. In order to keep our ecosystem sustainable, suitable guidelines and planned measures must be applied to combat the epidemic and maintain environmental harmony. Covid-19's current predicament has thrown the world's socio-cultural structure, as well as its work culture, into disarray. The sanitary, safety, and health procedures have beyond any local culture's norms. To protect the world from the extremely infectious coronavirus, a new global culture has arisen. The use of facemasks, hand gloves, and hand sanitizers, as well as physical separation, has become the new normal. The present situation has given thrust to the virtual world and various steps have been taken by the government to increase the contactless experience.

COVID 19 Pandemic Crisis Responses and the Changing World

COVID 19 Pandemic  Crisis Responses and the Changing World
Author: Simon X. B. Zhao,Johnston Hong-Chung Wong,Charles Lowe,Edoardo Monaco,John Corbett
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2021
ISBN: 9811624305
Category: COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

COVID 19 Pandemic Crisis Responses and the Changing World Book Excerpt:

This book comprehensively analyzes COVID-19 and its impact as well as the response from the perspectives of humanities and social sciences. This book covers topics ranging from geopolitical relations to regional integration, public health governance and even the evolution of professional practices in the time of COVID-19. It constitutes a precious and timely interdisciplinary reference for anyone aspiring not only to grasp the origins and dynamics of the present challenge, but also to identify future opportunities for further growth and holistic progress for humanity.

The Post Pandemic World Order

The Post Pandemic World Order
Author: Sitakanta Mishra
Publsiher: IndraStra Global
Total Pages: 56
Release: 2020-04-13
ISBN: 1928374650XXX
Category: Political Science
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Post Pandemic World Order Book Excerpt:

Will the world see ushering of new world order and arrival of a new global leader post COVID-19 pandemic? Such a systemic alteration to occur, some fracture in the ruling cohort is a pre-requisite. Has any irreparable fracture among the current global ruling elites emerged? Will the wrangling centered round the pandemic will prompt any fresh alignment and counter-alignment process culminating in a new polarity? Where does India fit in? Can India, while prioritizing domestic requirements, assume some global responsibility in an unfolding new world order to ensure a seat in the high table for itself? By connecting the socio-economic-strategic spats and crisis time power play in the wake of the pandemic this paper demarcates the broad pointers of the post-COVID-19 world order which may not be fully visible for next one year or two. If the US and European powers remain absent in shaping a global unity as usual, China and India may take the crisis as opportunity to start setting new rules and initiate actions according to their global governance visions. The author suggests that a new world order is in the offing and with the strong leadership and global vision of Narendra Modi, India must look beyond the America-led world order, and both competing and cooperating with China, to usher the post-pandemic world order as ‘Chindian world order’ to its advantage. About the Imprint: IndraStra Papers is an imprint of IndraStra Global New York, specially formulated for stimulating discussion on academic research and policy studies that directly deal with economic and other development problems facing the world.

Economic Impact and Recovery Following a Global Health Crisis

Economic Impact and Recovery Following a Global Health Crisis
Author: Sloboda, Brian W.,Sissoko, Yaya
Publsiher: IGI Global
Total Pages: 253
Release: 2022-01-14
ISBN: 1799869024
Category: Business & Economics
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Economic Impact and Recovery Following a Global Health Crisis Book Excerpt:

The COVID-19 pandemic has raised challenges in the assessment of macroeconomic and microeconomic impacts. The impacts of COVID-19 on the macro and micro sectors of the economy and the current and future economic tendencies have yet to be determined. The impact of COVID-19 research holds limitless potential, but the necessary research for professionals to understand the economic impacts is lacking and unclear. Economic Impact and Recovery Following a Global Health Crisis assesses the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic with a focus on the macroeconomic and microeconomic and uses various statistical methods and real-world data to predict and establish specific trends within the economy. Covering topics such as firm behavior and national economies, it is ideal for policymakers, industry professionals, researchers, academicians, instructors, and students.