Call for Papers: July Issue- Re-imagining Economic Resilience in Post-COVID Era


The global COVID-19 pandemic, that resulted  in massive economic losses, depressions, and loss of lives, has made it clear that the orthodox methods of addressing external risks are no longer adequate , as they fail to account for evolving industries’ composition, adaptive and inherent resilience, and new comparative advantages and skills. Not only do we need policies that are best supported by measures of accountability and effective monitoring of the intervention measures but also we need to improve our understanding of the concept of resilience by developing innovativemethodologies to assess sources of future risks, improve our social and economic systems' capacities to cope and their ability to recover relatively quickly. Accordingly, this issue focuses on re-imagining economic resilience in post-COVID era.