crisis in the most recent period. In fact, both recessions are “great crises”, and the COVID-19 crisis initially led to a more severe downturn than the one before .
In view of the above, the main objectives of the research carried out were
Since December 2019, people around the world have been facing a large-scale disaster caused by the acute respiratory infection COVID-19 ( Wankmüller 2020 ). After the first case reported in
answers are given. These characteristics tend to be more pronounced when a crisis hits soon after the previous one, as the COVID-19 crisis did. It hit the European economy less than a decade after the previous financial and sovereign debt crisis ended
1 Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has been a shock for many organizations and their employees. This is particularly true for sports clubs that have suffered from strict lockdowns – in many countries, sports activities were suspended for a long
The COVID epidemic reached Hungary in March 2020. In mid-March, the government ordered distance education, closed catering facilities, and introduced a lockdown. The first wave of the pandemic
had become evident that COVID-19 had changed the conditions for FDI irrevocably.
This article examines the impact of COVID on the flows of FDI in the world economy, and specifically, in the Visegrad countries. We rely on the existing
The COVID-19 pandemic erupted in December 2019. The impacts of the virus have reached, besides the healthcare system, the economies, societies, enterprises and governments of all countries of the world. The
The institutions, rules and norms of global governance that evolved in the post-war era are in crisis at the beginning of the second decade of the twenty first century. The Covid-19 pandemic