01 d’octubre 2021

The business of pandemics



Chapter 1. Business and Management Lessons Learned from COVID-19

Jaime Ribera, IESE, Spain

Chapter 2. Developing Big Data, Computer Models, and Simulations for Predicting Its Spread

Scott Nestler, University of Notre Dame and Harrison Schramm, Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessment, USA

Chapter 3. Conducting Global Business Virtually

Erin Makarius and Debmalya Mukharjee, University of Akron, USA

Chapter 4. Global Economic Impact Resulting from COVID-19

Thomas Hanson, Butler University, USA

Chapter 5. Communicating About COVID-19: Dealing with Fear and Emotion

Vincent Covella and Randall Hyer, Center for Risk Communication, USA

Chapter 6. Media and Communications About COVID-19: A WHO Perspective

John Butler and Gabriella Stern, WHO, Switzerland

Chapter 7. Growing Organizational Capacities for Increased Online Learning, Working, and Health

Sharif Nijim, University of Notre Dame and Paul Grist, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Chapter 8. Social Impact Resulting from COVID-19

Wei Sun, Howard University, and Andrew Critchfield, Independent Scholar

Chapter 9. Online Learning and Educational Innovations Due to COVID-19

Darleen Opfer and Laura Hamilton, RAND Corporation, USA

Chapter 10. The New Work from Home Environment

David Cook, University College London (UCL), UK

Chapter 11. Re-Opening Markets and Businesses that Have Been Shut or Severely Curtailed

Rod McSherry and Matthew Jackson, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA

Chapter 12. Crisis Decision Making Using Analytics and Intuition

Gloria Wren, Loyola University-Maryland; Jean-Charles Pomerol, Université de la Sorbonne, Paris; Fred Adam and Karen Neville, UCC, Ireland