Aasta 2020 – ohtlik reaalsus ja majanduspoliitilised ootused Eestis ning mujal maailmas (COVID-19 taustal)
Keywords: corona virus (COVID-19), Estonia, European Union, other countries of the world, human health, pandemic and the economy, bankruptcies, unemployment, crisis situation, restrictions, measures of economic policy for recovery, new situation and future perspectives
AbstractThe article covers the spread of the corona virus (COVID-19) and developments above all in Estonia but also in other countries (the European Union and other countries of the world). The objective of the article is to provide an overview of the spread of COVID-19 in Estonia and in other parts of the world, also to discuss the potential economic impact of this pandemic and further activities of economic policy for economic recovery and achievement of socio-economic security. The following research tasks were set for the achievement of this objective: to study the situation and development of COVID-19 morbidity in Estonia; to study the developments also in other countries on the background of the developments in Estonia; to assess/analyse and point out the potential damage/losses (the general picture); proceeding from the factors mentioned above, to present the most important socio-economic activities for the recovery of the national economy and ensuring socio-economic security.
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Raudjärv, M. (2020). Aasta 2020 – ohtlik reaalsus ja majanduspoliitilised ootused Eestis ning mujal maailmas (COVID-19 taustal). Estonian Discussions on Economic Policy, 28(1-2), 102-116. https://doi.org/10.15157/tpep.v28i1-2.16804
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