Call For Papers >> How the Evolution of the COVID 19 Pandemic Has Impacted International Trade
PublicationJournal of International Business and Law
TitleHow the Evolution of the COVID 19 Pandemic Has Impacted International Trade
TypeJournal Special Issue
EditorsCrista Marie Westley (Hofstra University), Justin Burgess (Hofstra University), Frank G. Zarb (Hofstra University)
DeadlineApril 1, 2021
On December 31, 2019, COVID 19 was reported to the World Health Organization. Since then, it has been declared a global pandemic. With over 107 million cases worldwide, the pandemic has had a profound impact on global commerce. Please discuss the myriad of ways COVID has impacted the way the world does business.
The Journal of International Business and Law (JIBL) is calling for student papers for its special issue on International Business Strategies to Cope with Trade Wars. The topics include but are not limited to:
* Business or corporate strategy to handle coordination, expense and impact of government mandated travel requirements.
- Business or corporate strategy to evolve with the increasing rise in the use of cryptocurrency and the movement away from traditional banking.
- Business or corporate strategy to manage international vaccination roll-outs to re-engage in large scale in-person global business.
- Business or corporate strategy to handle coordination, expense and impact of government mandated travel requirements.
- Business or corporate strategy to protect employees and consumers during an uncertain era of international business.
- How multinational corporations are managing long-term financial investment amidst a global recession.
The paper should have a student as a leading or sole author. As for the format, follow the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS) style at https://aib.msu.edu/jibs The submission of the full paper is due April 1, 2021. Submit to Crista Marie Westley (email@example.com) and Justin Burgess (firstname.lastname@example.org), Co-Editors-in-Chief, Journal of International Business and Law, Frank G. Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University. The accepted papers are expected to be published in the spring issue of 2021.