The psychological and social impact of Covid-19: new perspectives of well-being in the UK

Modern society’s social and economic domains became severely distorted with the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Although this was only one of the several epidemics faced by the world in the last two decades, its scale and severity were substantially more devastating compared to other pandemics such as the SARS-CoV in 2002, H1N1 influenza in 2009.

Influence Of Covid-19 On The Global Supply Chain: Learned Lessons And Mistakes Never Forgotten

Emergance of Covid-19 has been one of the major global issues. Initially, it emerged from Wuhan city in China, and it rapidly spread all over the world (Donthu & Gustafsson, 2020, Ivanov & Dolgui, 2020; Verma & Gustafsson, 2020). Although, it has attracted much attention among practitioners, scholars, and researchers.

Determinants of the Stock Market Performance amid COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from the UK

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively influenced the global economy and public health. Despite governments having implemented nationwide quarantine policies and travel, the pandemic has resulted in higher mortality rates (Bou et al., 2021).Different studies have been conducted to address the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Impacts Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Smes In Asia And Their Digitalisation Responses

The eruption of the coronavirus pandemic occurred in 2019 that has majorly affected the economies nationally and globally (Allam, Dey, and Jones, 2020). It has strictly impacted various organisations as they faced varying amounts of losses in the process (Sonobe et al., 2021). In addition, it is recognised that enterprises are facing numerous dilemmas which involve a decline in the consumer demand levels as well as other businesses,

Influence of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Stock market Performance: Comparison of UK and USA

There have been several plagues and outbreaks throughout the world. The COVID-19 virus was responsible for the most recent deadly infection that has been spreading throughout society. This virus has been deemed unique due to its wide range of health effects and high infection rate. The current economic slump differs from prior ones such as Great Depression of the 1930s.

Influence of COVID-19 on the Default risk of the banking sector: A Comparison between Conventional and Islamic Bank of Developing Countries

The COVID-19 pandemic is resulting in havoc among the international financial and economic sphere, as it develops as the massive test for financial systems across the globe after financial crisis of 2008 and 2009. It has been predicted by Asian Development Bank (ADB) that the international economic cost of the disease is probably to be amid $5.8 and USD8.8 trillion that is almost 6.4 to 7% of the total GDP of the World (Park et al., 2020).