Here we share the knowledge wealth of our present and past collaborators. Each title will take you to the source where the articles were published originally.
Lockdown Economy Country Reports
Lockdown Economy Books
featuring collections of interviews with small business owners from each location. Available on Amazon.
Lockdown Economy Case Studies
The pandemic impacted companies working in close cooperation with the information and technology sector and became the driving force for digital transformation.
Here are the key challenges that small agricultural businesses in the United Arab Emirates are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the government can help.
A small consultancy firm in Malta shares from its privileged observatory the opportunities and difficulties of being a small company during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the gig economy is quickly gaining ground among students and employees, its effects entail a double burden that inflicts both psychological and organizational repercussions on a Romania-based Web Design company.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, when most of the businesses were shutting down, some HORECA entrepreneurs defied the market trends and took the leap of faith.
Herein, thirty interviews including three follow-ups of small business owners from thirteen countries, conducted by Lockdown Economy from June 2020 to April 2021, are analyzed.
Here are four Lockdown Economy interviews from the Philippines, United Arab Emirates, India, and Nepal that revealed effective strategies to grow a business during this pandemic.
Five travel business owners from France, Mexico, Nepal, Indonesia, and the US shared how their businesses were affected, what measures they are taking to adapt to the new situation, and what help they still need for the near future.
Everyone knows that the coronavirus has caused many small businesses to go bankrupt. But why have some of these businesses survived? This is what Julia Skupcheko explores in her masterclass for the MBA students.
If you run a catering business for gatherings and events, the current situation makes you seriously wonder about the future of your company.
By Lockdown Economy Volunteers
By Lockdown Economy Students
These articles were prepared by the students of Epoka University in the framework of the course "Operations Management"
From the beginning of the crisis, the online space became the main market for entrepreneurs and especially small businesses. But the countless 'freebies' made it nearly impossible to make a profit.
“The majority of games are about “either I live or you live”… Independently from the polemic among researchers, our families are exposed to violence even in the most simple games. My idea is to make games safe for the people who play them. I have seen and prototyped alternative ways to build entertainment without negative influences: just to enjoy and be playful in whatever way you feel.”
What started as one person’s idea turned into a global social movement three months later — one that was supported by universities and recognized by the United Nations, involved a team of 70 people and reached thousands of entrepreneurs around the world.
It's time to change our everyday actions from fixating on short-term gains and start looking ahead to the future of cooperation and possibilities.
What the Most Assertive People Know, Do and Say. Being assertive means that you are self-assured know what you want from life, are happy to stand up for yourself and have the respect of those around you. It looks at what it means to be assertive in today's world. As well as containing plenty of exercises and case studies, it also includes a personal plan which can be adapted by you to suit the issues you are facing.
In the following pages, it is proposed that multiple, small radiation field effects transistors (RADFET) can be used to measure the space environment, including the radiation energies, fluxes and exposure geometry, around KUTEsat, a small cubical microsatellite.
Currently, we are likely reaching a peak in design thinking. But how can a human-centered design philosophy improve systems that may never be seen or touched by a human after installation?
The research summarizes the results of introduction studies of woody plants of the Botanical Garden of the Institute of Biology, the Komi Scientific Center, the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences for the period from 1946 to 2002.
The constant conflict between the institutions dedicated to the care of the historical heritage and the marketing strategies to promote the image of Mexico through entertainment events in archaeological zones continues in a constant rivalry.
One of four dies in Western societies due to neurodegenerative diseases. In a seminal work, we have concentrated on most devastating ones including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple system atrophy, multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and pinpointed to possible new diagnostic and therapeutic approaches focusing on the subtle changes happening in the microbiome several decades before the onset of the disease.
Food with a favourable tryptophan/LNAA ratio lifts mood in healthy young women. Consumption of this food modulates reward, fear and resting state neural processing.
The discriminant analysis revealed that Oregano Extract’s pattern of activity locates in close vicinity to antidepressant and neuroprotective compound. The presented data support the hypothesis suggesting the use of Oregano Extract as a neuroprotective dietary supplement to promote mood, motivation and mental wellbeing.
This review focuses on specific alterations of gut microbiota mostly observed in autistic patients. Particularly, the mechanisms through which such alterations may trigger the production of the bacterial metabolites or leaky gut in autistic people are described.
The gut microbiome affects virtually all aspects of human health, but the degree of scientific evidence, the models and technologies and the understanding of mechanisms of action vary considerably from one benefit area to the other.
In Colombia, the Health industry is restricted from vertically integrating the Health Management Organizations (EPS) with the Health Service Providers (IPS) in order to avoid antitrust competitive conditions. However, the empirical evidence in this regard is inconclusive.
The Social Security System in Health of Colombia, is criticized by different mainstream media due to its high transaction costs, low competitiveness and efficiency. The question arises about the contribution made by the Colombian Academy on the reflection over the health system during its twenty years of existence. The aim of the study was to characterize the contribution of academic publications to the reflection on the Colombian health system over the last twenty years.