MODELING OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC INDICES AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH SOCIO-ECONOMIC INDICATORS
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Association of Economists and Managers of the Balkans, 2020
, , , Форсайт 2021 Т. 15 № 4 С. 61-77
Technological startups help to adapt economies to the global risks and allow one to track future trends. This paper identifies the main trends and birth factors of new high-tech companies in the Russian regions during 2013-2020. In 2020, fewer than 10,000 startups were created annually, this number has been steadily declining (by 40% since 2015), ...
Added: January 31, 2022
, , , Вопросы экономики 2020 № 5 С. 5-24
All world upward trends and cycles have a lot in common while crises significantly differ. In the case of this research the recession was sparked not by the shock of financial sector but by the restrictions imposed on consumption that previously was not inclined to fluctuate that much. Oil price shock has increased negative influence ...
Added: May 13, 2020
, Население и экономика 2020 Т. 4 № 2 С. 18-25
Global drama of pandemic has caused the deep reduction of consumption of wealthy strata, unemployment and isolation. Huge number of people around the Globe is facing the step back to basic needs by Maslow pyramid: physiological needs and security. Adaptation of people to the new situation goes difficult, while somewhat easier for employed in intellectual ...
Added: April 25, 2020
, Полис. Политические исследования 2021 № 1 С. 110-124
The images of countries in the news of Russian media about the COVID-19 pandemic in the context of popular critical geopolitics were analyzed in the article. 465 texts of the Russian media (01.01.2019 - 03.20.2020) were identified based on the keyword “coronavirus” and processed using computer linguistics. For the eastern countries (China, Iran, South Korea ...
Added: September 17, 2020
, Правоведение 2022 № 1
COVID-19 pandemic causes unprecedented for contemporary society damages. Unfortunately, international regulations have not been effective enough to minimize the harm however academics and state representatives widely speculate on claiming compensation from the responsible state. The paper examines whether grounds for international responsibility exist. In order to achieve thorough results, research is divided into three parts. ...
Added: March 22, 2022
, , et al., Frontiers in Physiology 2021
COVID-19 continues to spread across the globe at an exponential speed, infecting millions and overwhelming even the most prepared healthcare systems. Concerns are looming that the healthcare systems in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) are mostly unprepared to combat the virus because of limited resources. The problems in LMICs are exacerbated by the fact that ...
Added: August 31, 2021
Changes and Continuities in Patterns of Gendered Organizations During the COVID‑19 Pandemic: Evidence from the Russian Public Sector
, , , Journal of Social Policy Studies 2023 Vol. 21 No. 1 P. 95-106
In response to the first wave of the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the Russian federal government responded by introducing several reforms, including the transfer to remote work. This article conceptualizes the pandemic as an external shock that has affected working interaction in organizations at both the individual and structural levels. Focusing on women civil ...
Added: January 5, 2022
, , Journal of Digital Media & Policy 2021 Vol. 12 No. 1 P. 47-65
This article investigates how digital surveillance tools used by East Asian governments against COVID-19 affect privacy and personal data protection. It applies doctrinal legal analysis and case study to compare national regulations of these tools as well as their implementation in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea. The approaches range considerably from ...
Added: October 23, 2020
, , et al., Журнал Новой экономической ассоциации 2021 Т. 4 № 52 С. 239-246
The article puts forward the thesis that the COVID–19 recession has already passed, which makes it possible to make some other conclusions. It is emphasized that the recession was triggered mainly by temporary restrictions on social contacts and mobility that were “external” to the economy. For Russia, it was aggravated by discords among the OPEC+ ...
Added: December 28, 2021
, , et al., Foresight 2021 Vol. 23 No. 2 P. 125-153
Purpose – Knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) firms focus on applying their expert knowledge to help solve the business problems of their clients: these clients confronted major new problems due to the COVID-19 pandemic and policy measures such as social distancing and travel restrictions, designed to reduce the rapid spread of the illness. Many KIBS were ...
Added: April 9, 2021
, , et al., , in : 9th International Conference on Computers Communications and Control (ICCCC) 2022. Vol. 1435.: Springer, 2023. P. 333-342.
As of February 07, 2022, more than 395 million cases of COVID-19 had been identified in the world, with 5.74 million deaths. The paper considers methodology for predicting the number of cases in the short term using a preliminary assessment of countries based on three indicators: expert assessments of the law-abiding population, the level of ...
Added: September 29, 2022
Оценка психологического состояния общества в условиях инфодемии посредством анализа социальных сетей: обзор зарубежных публикаций
, , Общество. Среда. Развитие (Terra Humana) 2020 № 2(55) С. 28-39
The article provides an overview of studies by foreign authors published between December 2019 and April 2020 on the topic of disseminating information about the new coronavirus infection COVID-19 on social networks. The authors consider the ratio of reliable and false information in social media against the backdrop of a pandemic. Scientists from China, as ...
Added: July 17, 2020
, , , , in : COVID-19 and Society. Socio-Economic Perspectives on the Impact, Implications, and Challenges. : Cham : Springer, 2022. Ch. 14. P. 279-300.
The coronavirus pandemic, and the global socio-economic crisis caused by it, have and are likely to continue to have a serious impact upon various sectors and spheres of activity, organisations and enterprises, labour and knowledge markets. Most countries are trying to achieve quick economic recovery, among other things by finding and applying new solutions to ...
Added: November 23, 2022
, Russian Sociological Review 2021 Vol. 20 No. 4 P. 15-28
The paper deals with the phenomenon of the grey zone of rule-following — actions that may be perceived as both corresponding to some rule and as breaking this rule. The pandemic of COVID-19 brought the grey zone into relief because a significant part of the responses to imposed anti-COVID measures consists in following new rules less than completely, with ...
Added: January 10, 2022
, , et al., Мониторинг общественного мнения: Экономические и социальные перемены 2021 № 3 С. 250-270
Based on the data of a representative survey of residents of St. Petersburg (N = 1226), the article investigates changes in employment faced by the citizens during the peak of restrictive measures and regime of self-isolation, as well as the relationship of these changes with psychological well-being. The research shows that the overwhelming majority of respondents ...
Added: October 14, 2021
The Impact of Civil Liberties, Global Health Security, Median Age and Population Size on the Spread COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2)
, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 2022 Vol. 42 No. 5 P. 498-508
The purpose of this article was to find out the factors contributing to the spread of COVID-19 in developing and developed countries. The article tried to show the main reasons and the peculiar difference in the COVID-19 spread across nations and how much civil liberties index, health security index, median age and population size impacted the ...
Added: September 4, 2023
, Коммуникации. Медиа. Дизайн 2021 Т. 6 № 3 С. 23-41
The article analyzes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Russian podcasting. It examines the trends which emerged in this sphere in connection with the pandemic the growing interest of Russian listeners in podcasts and the growing number of podcasts produced, including podcasts devoted specifically to the pandemic. The author studies how the coronavirus affected the content of popular Russian podcasts ranked in the top 10 of Yandex.Music in 2020. Separate attention is paid to the genre-thematic specificity of popular Russian podcasts and the relationship between their reflection of the theme of the pandemic and their main topic. The correlation between the number of mentions of the pandemic in popular Russian podcasts and the dynamics of the number of new cases of COVID-19 in Russia in 2020 is analyzed in detail. ...
Added: November 8, 2021
Digital Isolation and Ecological Abstraction. Interconnecting with the Environment during Pandemic Times
, , Comunicazioni Sociali 2020 Vol. 3 P. 417-429
For environmental activists and ecological pressure groups, Covid-19 gives an opportunity to readdress the urgencies of climate change as well as humanity’s exploitative habits, including extended travelling, meat consumption and the exploitation of wild life. In this article, we employ multi-sited online ethnography to analyze three frames of environmental communication that emerged during the early ...
Added: March 8, 2021
, , , in : Economic Issues of Social Entrepreneurship. : L. : Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. P. 289-298.
Added: October 9, 2021
, , et al., Вопросы экономики 2021 Т. 7 С. 123-141
The access to credits for companies with high productivity is an important factor for the economic recovery after the shock. In this paper, we analyze changes in banks’ lending to Russian companies’ in 2020. Our analysis shows that in 2020 the volume of new ruble credits increased relative to the level of the previous year. At the same time, ...
Added: October 12, 2021
, , Legal Issues in the Digital Age 2020 No. 2 P. 92-143
The pandemic is a watershed event that has prompted both an evaluation of the achievements of information and communications technology (ICT) and also a re-evaluation of the prospects for developing social processes compatible with ICT. Much has been already been accomplished in Russia and throughout the world. But in the current pandemic, telemedicine is facing ...
Added: November 7, 2020
, , et al., Образование и саморазвитие 2022 Т. 17 № 4 С. 150-164
The coronavirus pandemic led to a massive transition to distance learning at schools. All participants in the educational process adapt their lifestyle, workplace, communication methods and leisure forms to the new circumstances. Nowadays the consequences of this phenomenon begin to be studied. This article is devoted to the study of the experience of learning, communication ...
Added: December 24, 2022
, Мониторинг общественного мнения: Экономические и социальные перемены 2021 № 2 С. 403-422
The massive transition of Russians to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic was possible due to the achieved level of digital competencies, a key component of digital literacy. The paper is based on the materials of self-assessment measurement of digital competencies of the Russian adult population, conducted by Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) and Social Business Group (SBG) at the end of April 2020. The ...
Added: May 10, 2021
, , , Консультативная психология и психотерапия 2020 Т. 28 № 2 С. 90-108
Most research on the pandemic today assumes that this situation is stressful and requires coping. The aim was to study subjective well-being in the situation of the pandemic and its relationship to coping and anxiety about coronavirus. 409 people filled Satisfaction With Life Scale, Scale of Positive And Negative Experiences, situational version of COPE, checklists ...
Added: September 6, 2020