Recent article from GSU-CIBER in Rutgers Business Review

The Great Lockdown Recession and International Business

by Sarah Ku, S. Tamer Cavusgil, Kubilay S. L. Ozkan, Celso Roberto de Aguillar Pinho, Maria Luiza Carvalho de Aguillar Pinho, Elena Poliakova, Francesca Sanguineti, Suraj Sharma

Rutgers Business Review (2020), Vol. 5, No. 1, pp.113-135.


The global health pandemic and the ensuing global recession has caused unprecedented uncertainty, risks, and devastation to individuals, families, societies, and organizations. In this context, a central question arises: what are the prospects for globalization? This article addresses five pressing questions that affect globalization for multiple stakeholders: (1) How is this pandemic different from previous disruptive events? (2) Are there silver linings to this economic disruption? (3) What are current and future impacts on globalization? (4) How will different entities be affected? and (5) What will be the likely impact on major economies? We have opportunities to fundamentally shift international business for economic, environmental, and social advancements that offer hope during this overwhelming health crisis.


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