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From the editor Business Economics (2021) 56:1 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-020-00207-y EDITORIAL Charles Steindel © National Association for Business Economics 2021 The world economy continues to struggle with the conse- In her NABE presidential address Constance Hunter quences of the COVID-19 pandemic, although the introduc- spoke about how the pandemic may reinforce or weaken tion of vaccines gives hope that the disease will be over- longer-term economic trends. It appears that the necessities come. While some of the works in this issue discuss the of operating in a new way has sped the dissemination of economic aspects of the disease, most are devoted to more many technologies as well as re-ignited business formation traditional topics. However, many of them were taken from and, could, potentially, spur growth. However, the pandemic speeches and presentations made at NABE’s October 2020 has also laid bare many of the inequities in our society, and virtual annual meeting. We thank the Peterson Foundation raised the need that increased distress not become lasting. for its support in publishing these. Paul Volcker—who was, of course, the namesake of President Charles Evans of the Federal Reserve Bank NABE’s Economic Policy Award—was arguably (I would of Chicago—where the NABE Annual Meeting had been say, obviously!) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Business Economics Springer Journals

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Business Economics (2021) 56:1 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-020-00207-y EDITORIAL Charles Steindel © National Association for Business Economics 2021 The world economy continues to struggle with the conse- In her NABE presidential address Constance Hunter quences of the COVID-19 pandemic, although the introduc- spoke about how the pandemic may reinforce or weaken tion of vaccines gives hope that the disease will be over- longer-term economic trends. It appears that the necessities...
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0007-666X
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Business Economics (2021) 56:1 https://doi.org/10.1057/s11369-020-00207-y EDITORIAL Charles Steindel © National Association for Business Economics 2021 The world economy continues to struggle with the conse- In her NABE presidential address Constance Hunter quences of the COVID-19 pandemic, although the introduc- spoke about how the pandemic may reinforce or weaken tion of vaccines gives hope that the disease will be over- longer-term economic trends. It appears that the necessities come. While some of the works in this issue discuss the of operating in a new way has sped the dissemination of economic aspects of the disease, most are devoted to more many technologies as well as re-ignited business formation traditional topics. However, many of them were taken from and, could, potentially, spur growth. However, the pandemic speeches and presentations made at NABE’s October 2020 has also laid bare many of the inequities in our society, and virtual annual meeting. We thank the Peterson Foundation raised the need that increased distress not become lasting. for its support in publishing these. Paul Volcker—who was, of course, the namesake of President Charles Evans of the Federal Reserve Bank NABE’s Economic Policy Award—was arguably (I would of Chicago—where the NABE Annual Meeting had been say, obviously!)

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Business EconomicsSpringer Journals

Published: Feb 8, 2021

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