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  • The outbreak of the present pandemic coronavirus (official designation COVID-19 or SARS-CoV-2) has a clear negative impact on academic and research activities. Issues created by such pandemic viz. loss of communication; shut down of school, college and universities; dis...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
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    Seltzer, Nathan;
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    In “Beyond the Great Recession: Labor Market Polarization and Ongoing Fertility Decline in the United States,” I investigated the economic reasons for why fertility rates in the United States continued to decrease after the Great Recession. The findings of this research...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
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    Mahayosnand, Ponn; Bermejo, Diana;
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    E-mentoring can provide a rich virtual knowledge-building experience, connecting mentors and students around the world. The need for social distance during the COVID-19 pandemic made it the more plausible means of mentorship, opening to further exploration of its best p...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
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    Hiilamo, Heikki; Jokela, Merita; Kivipelto, Minna;
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    Ever since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the specialized health care resources have been the main focus of political attention in any country. However, the pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have also had a major impact on social services. The pandemic increased se...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
    Authors:
    Vahed, Majid; Vahed, Mohammad; Imani, Saba;
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    Introduction As the outbreak of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread rapidly throughout the world, steps are being taken to limit the impact on public health. In the realm of infectious diseases like COVID-19, social distancing is effective to avoid ...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
    Authors:
    Sabra, ZM; Essa, Saman; Mahayosnand, Ponn;

    Similar to how physicians practice evidence-based medicine to treat individual patients, policymakers should govern the publics health according to evidence-based data. Initiated by the World Health Organizations directive to make COVID-19 research open and freely acces...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
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    Dong, Hao; Dacre, Nicholas; Barber, Carl;
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    The Covid-19 pandemic has created new social, environmental, and economic challenges for organisational routines, and a multilevel perspective of project management processes and decision making is required to untangle the complex nature of projects and phenomena. This ...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
    Authors:
    Kathiravan, Sanjana; singh, Shubh;
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    Introduction: Infectious diseases have had a significant role in shaping human history by engraving a subconscious sense of ‘fear of infection’. The three sequential stages of the rational response to fear- fear, denial, and frustration, have been reported as predominan...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
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    Kubinec, Robert; Grujic, Vanja; Barceló, Joan; Goldszmidt, Rafael; Model, Timothy; Hale, Thomas; Thorvaldsdottir, Svanhildur; Schenk, Caress; Messerschmidt, Luca; Cheng, Cindy; ...
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    In this paper we present six new indices generated from a Bayesian measurement model that allow us to combine policy data from two of the most comprehensive COVID-19 policy datasets, the CoronaNet COVID-19 Government Response Event Dataset and the Oxford COVID-19 Govern...

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  • publication . Preprint . 2021
    Authors:
    Dondero, Molly; Marteleto, Leticia; koepp, Andrew;
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    The Covid-19 pandemic has led to a rise in morbidity and mortality, but its demographic consequences may not end there. Since the pandemic began, the public has experienced tremendous uncertainty and worry about SARS-CoV-2 infection, especially because scientific unders...

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