Assessment of Socio-Economic Sustainability and Resilience after COVID-19

Edited by
December 2021
524 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-2721-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-2720-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Assessment of Socio-Economic Sustainability and Resilience after COVID-19 that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts & Humanities

The pandemic period has caused severe socio-economic damage, but it is accompanied by environmental deterioration that can also affect economic opportunities and social equity. In the face of this double risk, future generations are ready to be resilient and make their contribution not only on the consumption side, but also through their inclusion in all companies by bringing green and circular principles with them. Policy makers can also favor this choice.

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mobility choice; COVID-19; best–worst method; multi-criteria decision making; COVID-19; air pollution; air quality; health effects; economic burden; COVID-19; food system; circular economy; sustainability; EU; Twitter; COVID-19 pandemic; local community; perception analysis; econometric modeling; data science; reflexive governance; climate change; infrastructure; urban resilience; sustainability; social sustainability; economic sustainability; environmental sustainability; COVID-19; China; business; innovation ecosystem; innovation strategy; sustainability; electric vehicle; dominant design; crisis; pandemic; higher education; digitalization; distance learning; Covid-19 outbreak; resilience; n/a; strategic resilience; multi-domain resilience; sustainability; strategic agility; digitalization; crisis; change; circular economy; sustainability strategy; resilience; financialization; TFP; innovation; resilience of city; pandemic; infectious disease; COVID-19; urban planning; supply chain resilience; IT disruptions; efficiency measurement; warehouse logistics; DEA; economic sustainability; resilient supply chains; external capital; customer–supplier relationship; circular network; cyber-security; e-commerce; Europe; sustainability; supply chain collaboration; resilience; small- and medium-sized enterprises; grey DEMATEL; fuzzy best-worst method; agrivoltaic system; solar photovoltaics; agronomic management; crop production; Food-Energy-Water nexus; sustainable integration; women’s leadership; America Latina; small and medium-sized enterprises; resilience; sustainability; renewable energy; sustainable electricity production; socio-economic sustainability; sustainable development goals; emission level; levelized cost; gross domestic product; pig farmers; adoption willingness of IoT traceability technology; Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology; Latent Moderate Structural Equations; biomethane; natural gas grid; bioenergy; biogas; gas supply decarbonization; incentives; COVID-19; competences; digitization; digitalization; digital transformation; sustainability; Asia Pacific; COVID-19; CO2 emission; demand shock; hypothetical extraction method; input–output model; sectoral linkage; sustainability; resilience; emerging cities; sustainability; COVID-19; sustainable operations; case studies; the Asian region; resilience decisions; n/a; cybersecurity; sustainability; e-commerce; consumers’ awareness; methodology