Special session 1 (S-1): Economic and business insights in an uncertain world

Organized by:

Nguyen Hue Minh, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Luu Hai Dang, Yokohama National University, Japan
Vu Thi My Hanh, Gifu University, Japan

The COVID-19 pandemic’s unprecedented shock has had a profound and serious impact on the global economy. It plunged a majority of countries into recession in 2020 as movement restrictions caused serious disruptions in economic activities. It has changed the working and management styles as well as productivity and performance evaluation in workplaces. As we approach the two-year mark, the world economy still faces varieties of difficulties aggravated by new variants of Coronavirus, especially for countries with weak health systems. In such an uncertain world, governments and businesses need sound and correct decisions to minimize negative impacts and quickly adapt to the new normal. This session invited presentations regarding economics situations and business operations in the post-pandemic from both academic and industrial perspectives. It is expected to offer fruitful discussions on key economic and business issues, including employment outcomes, global value chain, digital marketing and transformation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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