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    Authors: 
    James, Laura;
    Country: Denmark

    It is clear that the pandemic has had a dramatic impact on tourism regions in the short term. Europe has seen a drop of 77% in international visitor numbers in 2021 compared to pre-pandemic, and the UNWTO estimates that 100-120 million jobs are at risk globally. But what will the longer-term impacts be? This blog considers whether tourism regions will bounce back to old development paths after the pandemic or whether it will prove to be a transformative moment, triggering the establishment of new development trajectories. It draws on research, funded by the Regional Studies Association ‘Pandemics, Cities, Regions & Industry Small Grant Scheme’, which has investigated the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism regions and how destination organisations have reacted.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Jørgensen, Morten W. N.; Høiby, Niels; Ziock, Hans-Joachim; Rasmussen, Steen;
    Publisher: medrxiv
    Country: Denmark

    We model and simulate the COVID-19 infection andhealthcare dynamics in Denmark from the onset till March 5,2021. The simulation is matched and calibrated to hospitaland death data as well as antibody population measurement.In this work we focus on comparing the time evolution of theestimated infection level with the daily identified infected individuals based on the national testing and contact tracingprogram. We find that the national testing program on average identifies 1/3 of the infected individuals July 1, 2020 -March 5, 2021. Our investigations indicate the current program does not have a proper balance between random probing, focused contact tracing, and testing prioritization. Toomuch of the program operates as a semi-random daily sampling of part of the population. We propose a policy with afocus on local infection tracing and interventions.

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    Authors: 
    Faber, Stine Thidemann; Nielsen, Lærke Thrysøe;
    Country: Denmark
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    Authors: 
    Faber, Stine Thidemann; Nielsen, Lærke Thrysøe;
    Country: Denmark
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    Authors: 
    Faber, Stine Thidemann;
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
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    Authors: 
    Bembom, Elsbeth;
    Country: Denmark

    This blog post explores how the diverse landscape of Arctic tourism has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Since traveling across international borders were discouraged and sometimes forbidden due to national policies, local tourism entrepreneurs and DMOs had to adapt their products and stories to fit the needs of the domestic tourist. What challenges, trends and innovations arose in Arctic tourism during the summer of 2020 in Greenland, Norway, Sweden and Finland?

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    Authors: 
    Donovan, Maria Margaret O;
    Publisher: Center for Undervisningsudvikling og Digitale Medier, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    A short brief on COVID-19 responses in higher education, highlighting challenges and adaptations, resources and persepctives globally

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    Authors: 
    Banke, Signe; Woodward, Ian;
    Country: Denmark
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    Authors: 
    Donovan, Maria Margaret O;
    Publisher: Center for Undervisningsudvikling og Digitale Medier, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    An extended brief overviewing a bread swath of responses from higher educational institutions worldwide, to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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    Authors: 
    Junk, Wiebke Marie; Crepaz, Michele; Hanegraaff, Marcel; Berkhout, Joost; Aizenberg, Ellis;
    Country: Denmark

    The Interest Representation during the Coronavirus Crisis (InterCov) Project set out to assess the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on interest representation and political advocacy.In this report, we summarise important descriptive patters in the data collected through a cross-country online survey, which we conducted in June and July 2020 in nine European countries (Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, France) and at the EU level.In the report, we discuss initial findings on six questions that we expect to be of interest to both interest organisations and scholars alike:- Did Covid-19 change the involvement of interest organisations in decision-making and public debates?- For whom did access to policy discussions change under the spread of Covid-19?- Who faced mobilisation problems during the Covid-19 crisis?- How did lobbying intensity on different Coronavirus-related policy vary?- How do organisations perceive their impact on crisis management policies in Covid-19 times?- What potential insights we can use to develop sustainable advocacy and public affairs strategies in the near future?These findings were also communicated in a series of Zoom Events for survey respondents and other interested parties in October 2020.For more information, see: https://www.wiebkejunk.com/intercov-project