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April 06, 2020

CRediT adoption for LLC “CPC” Business Perspectives”

Author Contributions

Since January 2020, all journals of LLC "CPC "Business Perspectives" adopt CRediT Taxonomy to identify and record the individual contribution of each author to the article in order to avoid possible authorship disputes and conflicts. The roles describe each author's specific contribution to the scholarly output. Not all roles can be used in the article and not all roles can be applied to all authors (that is, each author could contribute in several roles).

Since 24 of March 2020 We made CRediT machine readable with full meta-data available, CRediT it’s coded in JATS xml v1.2.

April 04, 2020

World against COVID-19. Our colleagues' thoughts about the situation: Nataliya P. Kuznetsova

Nataliya P. Kuznetsova, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Saint Petersburg State University, Russian Federation.

Some comments on the disaster’s impact on the teaching and learning process.

“We be of one blood, ye and I”― Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Books

Since March 15, 2020, the whole training process in all universities (and in primary and secondary schools as well) has been rechanneled to the online format. The new learning model allows drawing some conclusions about the process of education digitalization taking place in one of the leading Russian universities, Saint Petersburg State University, over the past year. The University (as did the whole of Petersburg, which immediately closed museums, theaters, concert halls, etc.) turned out to be deserted without students and teachers: no noise, no laughter, and no discussions in the faculty’s classrooms, corridors and dining rooms.

April 03, 2020

World against COVID-19. Our colleagues' thoughts about the situation: Nada Kakabadse

Online learning creating mixed pressures for academics

The Covid-19 forced leap into online teaching is challenging many academics on personal and professional levels, says Nada Kakabadse, Professor of Policy, Governance and Ethics at Henley Business School.

Working from home used to be a privilege reserved only for the semi-retired, home-makers, the self-employed, or freelancers such as consultants, journalists, writers, graphic-designers and public relations agents.

Covid-19, however, has now made this practice the new norm for white-collar workers, just like so many others who are being forced to socially distance and self-isolate from the rest of the world.

April 03, 2020

World against COVID-19. Our colleagues' thoughts about the situation: Viktoriia Koilo

Viktoriia Koilo, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Hauge School of Management, NLA University College, Norway.

Due to the extraordinary COVID 19 situation, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) has decided to cancel all events, conferences and other gatherings that require physical attendance from Easter until the end of the spring semester. The authorities in Norway still consider that the spread of the coronavirus will be high in the future. In addition, NTNU is taking part in a national drive to avoid further spread of the coronavirus.

April 02, 2020

World against COVID-19. Our colleagues' thoughts about the situation: Montserrat Guillen

The show must go on
Montserrat Guillen (Dept. Econometrics, Riskcenter, Universitat de Barcelona, Editor-in-Chief of the Insurance Markets and Companies journal).

As I am writing these lines, we are living the worst health problem many of us have experienced ever before in Europe. Too many humans are suffering, and meanwhile the words of a famous song by a British band called Queen have come to my mind: “The show must go on”. This piece was written by Brian May and Freddy Mercury in 1991, when Freddy was very ill; this is a hymn to endurance and devotion. May feared that Mercury would not be able to record the song before his death, but he did, and he did it in one shot.

April 01, 2020

World against COVID-19. Our colleagues' thoughts about the situation: Dr. Nikola Perovic

Dr. Nikola Perovic, the member of the Editorial Board of Tourism and Travelling., April 1, 2020.

Covid-19 or the major natural disaster in early XXI century has made many of us work from home or, in my case, teach from home. As a university professor at the UAE’s largest university, I have many daily activities for delivering online classes, performing online exams and conducting online advising. Online, online, online. I wish to have again daily freedom to take a long walks by the beach like I used very night…