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Biopolitics and Shock Economy of COVID-19, Medical Perspectives and Socioeconomic Dynamics, edited by Nezameddin Faghih, Amir Forouharfar

Summary
This edited volume discusses the biopolitics and shock economy of COVID-19, emphasizing medical perspectives and the socioeconomic dynamics of the pandemic and the ensuing institutional responses. Written by an international, multidisciplinary group of academic and professional experts, chapters embrace a wide range of topics such as: medical perspectives on COVID-19; application of geospatial technology; infectivity, immunogenicity, and disease as important factors for adoption of relevant biopolitical measures; shock economy; COVID-19-induced transaction costs; social support and resilience of inhabitants of marginalized areas; business resilience factors; entrepreneurship; and digital transformation. Jointly addressing global examples of biopolitical governance and overarching macroeconomic effects of the pandemic, this volume will be of interest to academics across disciplines as well as policymakers and practitioners on the ground
Table Of Contents
An Introduction to Biopolitics and Shock Economy of COVID-19: Medical Perspectives and Socioeconomic Dynamics -- Medical Perspective on COVID-19 -- Advances in the Application of Geospatial Technology in the Mitigation of COVID-19 Pandemic -- The Ontological Nature and Cause of COVID-19: A Philosophical Analysis -- Digital Transformation: Prior to and Following the Pandemic -- The Socio-cultural and economic barriers of Self-care Culture for COVID-19 control in developing societies: The case of Iran -- The COVID-19-Induced Transaction Cost Suggests Considerable Cost Effectiveness Resulting from the Prevalence of Universal Health Care in the United States -- Assessing the Social Support and Resilience of the Inhabitants of Marginalized Communities amid Covid-19 Pandemic in Iran: A Shiraz Metropolis Case Study -- How Pandemic Crisis May Affect Economic Systems? A Study on the Nexus Between COVID-19 and Entrepreneurial Activities
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2023.
Physical Description
1 online resource (267 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9783031278860

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