The Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Markets and the Real Economy

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June 2023
346 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7796-8 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7797-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue The Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Markets and the Real Economy that was published in

Business & Economics
Computer Science & Mathematics

This reprint comprises 17 papers published in the Special Issue entitled “The Impact of COVID-19 on Financial Markets and the Real Economy”, centered on socioeconomic models affected by the pandemic (Vasin, 2022); the COVID-19 impact on various sectors or the economy as a whole, for instance in Canada (Singh et al., 2022), China (Habibi et al., 2022), Slovakia (Svabova et al., 2022), the United States (Rodousakis & Soklis, 2022) or Vietnam (Huynh et al., 2021; Nguyen et al., 2022); the benefits of teleworking on the continuity of operations across various sectors (Santos et al., 2022); research of the tourism and recreational possibilities of Russia and Kazakhstan’s cross-border regions and the threats these areas faced during the pandemic (Tanina et al., 2022), the impact of the new coronavirus infection on the Russian labor market (Rodionov et al., 2022); the factors driving young Vietnamese people’s intention to use financial technology in the context of the COVID-19 outbreak (Khuong et al., 2022) or those influencing access to credit for informal labor sector (Vu and Ho, 2022); predicting and analyzing Jordanian insurance firms’ performance (Altarawneh et al., 2022) or developing an early warning system for solvency risk in the banking industry (Hidayat et al., 2022) during the COVID-19 pandemic; the impact of the pandemic on European stock markets (Keliuotyte-Staniuleniene and Kviklis, 2022); the drivers of cross-border mergers and acquisitions during the pandemic (Lee et al., 2021); examining the financial and fiscal variables of Ecuadorian economic groups (Tulcanaza-Prieto and Morocho-Cayamcela, 2021).

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COVID-19; pandemic; tourism; impact; Vietnam; entry mode; mergers and acquisitions (M&As); sustainable development goal (SDG) index; COVID-19; generalized linear model (GLM); economic groups; family firms; economic concentration; economic power; Latin America; Ecuador; coronavirus; US economy; multiplier effects; tourism sector; COVID-19 pandemic; stock market; stock index; market volatility; impulse response functions; GARCH (1,1) model; banking sector; COVID-19 outbreak; corporate insolvency; simulation; loan restructuring policy; system dynamics; early warning early action; urban; rural; informal labor; credit access; quality of life; COVID-19; Canada; labour market; industrial sectors; financial time series forecasting; stock markets; forecasting methods; technical analysis; financial technology; TAM model; TRA model; COVID-19; COVID-19; trade; GDP; economy; COVID-19; labor market; informational spread of coronavirus; information environment; monetary policy; the COVID-19 pandemic; policy responses; DSGE models; tourist and recreational potential; border areas; tourism; state support measures; COVID-19 pandemic; Leontief model; Dirichlet distribution; uncertainty analysis; workforce; disaster; pandemic; COVID-19 pandemic; business environment; pandemic impact; transformation; socioeconomic model; pandemic; COVID-19; Anglo-Saxon model; Rhenish (German) model; Scandinavian (Swedish) model; Japanese model; Chinese model; Stringency Index; World Pandemic Uncertainty Index; n/a