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  • Authors: Moss, Gemma;

    Gemma Moss considers whether COVID-19 can act as a catalyst for change in education, leading to different policy choices and a more stable education system, better able to address the dilemmas that prolonged disruption in education and which current policy does so little to address.

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  • Authors: Hunger, Sophia; Hutter, Swen;

    Fridays for Future, which was set up to campaign against climate change, has had a major impact across Europe. Yet the Covid-19 outbreak has forced the movement to adopt new strategies beyond public demonstrations. Sophia Hunger and Swen Hutter examine how supporters were mobilised in Germany during a recent online climate strike.

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  • Authors: Oryem, Robin;

    COVID-19 has been portrayed internationally as a disease more dangerous than Ebola. In Uganda this has created fear among various communities, specifically in the north of the country, where the memory of Ebola remains present. A consequence of the outbreak is reported xenophobia and rumours the epidemic is spread by the rich. Robin Oryem reports from experience on the ground and the role of behavioural change in preventing the disease’s spread.

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  • Authors: White, Jonathan;

    What is the future of technocracy, after COVID-19, asks Jonathan White (LSE)? Current crisis management only blurs ever more the boundary between politics and technical expertise, he argues.

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  • Authors: Ismail, Ghida;

    Street vending provides many Ugandans a livelihood, but the long-standing marginalisation of these workers in Kampala has led to a lack of government support during the country’s lockdown. A COVID-19 recovery programme in Uganda must include a new regulatory framework for street vendors, says Ghida Ismail, to include this large workforce in development processes.

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  • Authors: Ashta, Arvind;

    The Covid-19 pandemic is a global crisis, yet it has largely been managed by states acting independently. Arvind Ashta argues that in light of the pandemic, we should seriously consider the potential advantages of moving toward a world federal government. In a previous EUROPP article written during the first wave of the pandemic in Europe, ... Continued

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  • Authors: Boswell, John; Corbett, Jack; Rhodes, Rod; Houlberg Salomonsen, Heidi;

    What explains the different responses of European countries to Covid-19? Drawing on a new study, John Boswell, Jack Corbett, Rod Rhodes and Heidi Houlberg Salomonsen set out a ‘court politics’ model of how governing elites have taken advice and made decisions during the pandemic.

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  • Authors: De Lyon, Joshua; Dhingra, Swati;

    Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK has been continuing its preparations to leave the EU by the end of 2020. COVID-19 has had a huge negative impact on the UK economy and Brexit will present another profound change in circumstances for UK businesses. Analysing real-time business survey data from the UK, this column shows that sectoral impacts of COVID-19 and Brexit are very different. Sectors that have suffered less during the lockdown are the ones that are exposed to bigger negative impacts from Brexit, as measured by actual effects since the Brexit vote and predicted effects from higher trade barriers with the EU, write Josh De Lyon and Swati Dhingra (LSE).

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  • Authors: Janardhanan, Niranjan S.;

    While agency theory suggests that monetary rewards are a primary source of motivation for managers, stewardship theory suggests that in addition to monetary rewards, managers are motivated by higher order needs such as achievement, recognition from peers, and efforts towards enhancing the organisation as a collective. Niranjan Janardhanan writes that a stewardship-based culture encourages managers to understand the needs of stakeholders and enables them to identify novel solutions to thrive in turbulent times.

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  • Authors: Shahbaz, Muhammad; Nasir, Muhammad Ali;

    Problems of this severity and scope can only be solved through global cooperation, write Muhammad Shahbaz and Muhammad Ali Nasir

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  • Authors: Moss, Gemma;

    Gemma Moss considers whether COVID-19 can act as a catalyst for change in education, leading to different policy choices and a more stable education system, better able to address the dilemmas that prolonged disruption in education and which current policy does so little to address.

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  • Authors: Hunger, Sophia; Hutter, Swen;

    Fridays for Future, which was set up to campaign against climate change, has had a major impact across Europe. Yet the Covid-19 outbreak has forced the movement to adopt new strategies beyond public demonstrations. Sophia Hunger and Swen Hutter examine how supporters were mobilised in Germany during a recent online climate strike.

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  • Authors: Oryem, Robin;

    COVID-19 has been portrayed internationally as a disease more dangerous than Ebola. In Uganda this has created fear among various communities, specifically in the north of the country, where the memory of Ebola remains present. A consequence of the outbreak is reported xenophobia and rumours the epidemic is spread by the rich. Robin Oryem reports from experience on the ground and the role of behavioural change in preventing the disease’s spread.

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  • Authors: White, Jonathan;

    What is the future of technocracy, after COVID-19, asks Jonathan White (LSE)? Current crisis management only blurs ever more the boundary between politics and technical expertise, he argues.

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  • Authors: Ismail, Ghida;

    Street vending provides many Ugandans a livelihood, but the long-standing marginalisation of these workers in Kampala has led to a lack of government support during the country’s lockdown. A COVID-19 recovery programme in Uganda must include a new regulatory framework for street vendors, says Ghida Ismail, to include this large workforce in development processes.

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  • Authors: Ashta, Arvind;

    The Covid-19 pandemic is a global crisis, yet it has largely been managed by states acting independently. Arvind Ashta argues that in light of the pandemic, we should seriously consider the potential advantages of moving toward a world federal government. In a previous EUROPP article written during the first wave of the pandemic in Europe, ... Continued

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  • Authors: Boswell, John; Corbett, Jack; Rhodes, Rod; Houlberg Salomonsen, Heidi;

    What explains the different responses of European countries to Covid-19? Drawing on a new study, John Boswell, Jack Corbett, Rod Rhodes and Heidi Houlberg Salomonsen set out a ‘court politics’ model of how governing elites have taken advice and made decisions during the pandemic.

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  • Authors: De Lyon, Joshua; Dhingra, Swati;

    Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK has been continuing its preparations to leave the EU by the end of 2020. COVID-19 has had a huge negative impact on the UK economy and Brexit will present another profound change in circumstances for UK businesses. Analysing real-time business survey data from the UK, this column shows that sectoral impacts of COVID-19 and Brexit are very different. Sectors that have suffered less during the lockdown are the ones that are exposed to bigger negative impacts from Brexit, as measured by actual effects since the Brexit vote and predicted effects from higher trade barriers with the EU, write Josh De Lyon and Swati Dhingra (LSE).

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  • Authors: Janardhanan, Niranjan S.;

    While agency theory suggests that monetary rewards are a primary source of motivation for managers, stewardship theory suggests that in addition to monetary rewards, managers are motivated by higher order needs such as achievement, recognition from peers, and efforts towards enhancing the organisation as a collective. Niranjan Janardhanan writes that a stewardship-based culture encourages managers to understand the needs of stakeholders and enables them to identify novel solutions to thrive in turbulent times.

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  • Authors: Shahbaz, Muhammad; Nasir, Muhammad Ali;

    Problems of this severity and scope can only be solved through global cooperation, write Muhammad Shahbaz and Muhammad Ali Nasir

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