COVID-19 Big Questions
There are many questions that manifest themselves from this COVID-19 pandemic. Why didn’t we learn from our history that a disaster of this magnitude was possible and therefore had prepared accordingly? Would poverty and inequality going to be improved in future or is it going to be exacerbated?
It is anticipated that we are going to have the deepest recession on record and would this crisis expose the underlying reality? Are the households going to behave by hunkering down or improve its productive capacity?
Is this calamity going to expose strength and weaknesses of the quality of our governance systems and the public health policy?
In what way did Vietnam, a developing country that has a higher population than Italy, has no coronavirus-related death to date?
How do we bounce back from of the demand shock, weakening export markets and geopolitical competition?
What could be done to balance the health mitigation effects with the implications on the economy?
How could the role of social cohesion in the face of this disaster be strengthened?
It is important to understand the situation that we are in and not succumb to it.
As we believe that the world is going to be transformed it is how we evolve and adapt to the new normal that is going to decide what our future is.