Toward the „new normal” after COVID-19 – a post-transition economy perspective

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Toward the „new normal” after Covid-19 – a post-transition economy perspective contains a collection of 21 papers addressing the societal, political, economic, and managerial challenges of the post-pandemic world. The book is divided into three parts. Part one touches on the supranational and national level aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic. Part two focuses on business sectors and industries, whereas part three provides the perspective of companies.
Authors – researchers from the Poznań University of Economics and Business, Institute of International Business and Economics – share their research results, voice concerns, and offer recommendations on creating today’s world more immune to shocks and ready for unknowns. The pandemic of Covid-19 revealed many weaknesses of the global economy, national economies and states, business sectors, and individual companies. It’s undoubtedly the turning point, but simultaneously it’s an opportunity and a spur to change toward the new and sustainable normal.


Liczba stron271
WydawcaUniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Poznaniu
ISBN-13978-83-8211-061-6
Numer wydania1
Język publikacjiangielski
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  Foreword
  
  Part I. CHALLENGES AT THE SUPRANATIONAL AND NATIONAL LEVEL
  1. The economy vs. Covid-19. A macroeconomic approach (Tadeusz Kowalski)
  2. How Covid-19 impacted the European integration processes? The case of EU Cohesion Policy and budget (Ida Musiałkowska, Piotr Idczak)
  3. The European Union’s Common Commercial Policy and the Covid-19 pandemic: reactions and challenges (Grzegorz Mazur)
  4. The future of the European Migration and Asylum Policy (Judyta Cabańska)
  5. Central Bank policy toward the Covid-19 pandemic: Seeking patterns among the most powerful central banks (Anna Matysek-Jędrych, Katarzyna Mroczek-Dąbrowska)
  6. International portfolio diversification during the Covid-19 pandemic time: A study of correlations among post-transition and developed CEE countries (Paweł Śliwiński)
  7. Foreign direct investment and the Covid-19 pandemic: the real economy perspective and theoretical implications (Marian Gorynia, Piotr Trąpczyński)
  8. The impact of Covid-19 on the finances of multinational enterprises from the perspective of balance of payments transactions (Monika Andrzejczak)
  
  Part II. CHALLENGES FOR BUSINESS SECTORS AND INDUSTRIES
  1. Internal substitution in the tourism market: Effects of the Covid-19 pandemic (Agnieszka Niezgoda, Ewa Markiewicz, Klaudyna Kowalska)
  2. The effects of Covid-19 pandemic on sport, video game, and tourism industry: Sentiment analysis of press, Internet articles and Twitter data (Łukasz Bryl, Justyna Majewska, Szymon Truskolaski)
  3. Goods road transport sector facing pandemic crisis (Piotr Banaszyk, Sylwia Konecka, Anna Maryniak)
  4. The Polish logistics real estate market as a link in international supply chains the Covid-19 crisis (Waldemar Budner)
  5. Covid-19 disruption of European agri-food markets: The case of Poland (Magdalena Śliwińska, Rafał Śliwiński)
  6. Consumer acceptance of AR technology in e-commerce in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic: A conceptual perspective (Małgorzata Bartosik-Purgat, Tomasz Grzegorczyk, Wiktoria Rakowska)
  7. Challenges for innovation co-operation in the biopharmaceutical industry during the Covid-19 pandemic (Łukasz Puślecki)
  
  Part III. CHALLENGES FOR COMPANIES
  1. The adoption of Industry 4.0 solutions as a remedy against the pandemic crisis–the case of Polish companies (Barbara Jankowska, Ewa Mińska-Struzik)
  2. Future competences in times of an economic crisis (Anna Łupicka)
  3. The impact of the crisis on the maintenance of sustainable development initiatives: A comparative analysis of local and international companies (Łukasz Małys)
  4. Women’s entrepreneurship in the Covid-19 pandemic crisis (Alicja Hadryś)
  5. Challenges in the currency derivatives management in the OTC market in Poland during the Covid-19 pandemic (Piotr Wybieralski)
  6. Donation crowdfunding as a source of relief for small businesses (Marcin Wieczerzycki)
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