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Holistic management of the COVID-19 pandemic

Holistic management of the COVID-19 pandemic


Jan Krzysztof Solarz, Krzysztof Waliszewski

Recenzent: prof. dr hab. Stanisław Flejterski

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The authors of the monograph apply their competences in the field of risk management in the financial system in order to organise what is currently known about the COVID-19 pandemic.
They recognise that by nature it is both endogenous as a result of health habits and exogenous in relation to lockdown. Overall, this poses a systemic risk. Holistic systemic risk management organises the sequence of events and action taken in such a way that the exit strategy from one crisis marks the beginning of a new one.

The reviewed work has unquestionable substantive and methodological value. (...) The consequences and challenges related to COVID-19 are among issues of interest and significance analysed in international, and to some extent in Polish, economic and financial literature (scientific, popular science, journalistic works). From this point of view, the reviewed work should be considered as an attempt to synthesise what is most current and relevant in this area. One might risk stating here that the book by Profs Solarza and Waliszewski will be the first Polish publication in -Coronomics-.

Prof. dr hab. Stanisław Flejterski
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1. Comparing the cognitive frames of systemic risk management
    • 1.1. The stages of systemic risk management – comparison over time
    • 1.2. Functional equivalents in systemic risk management – comparison in space
    • 1.3. Layers of the systemic risk management of a pandemic – comparing the way people think about a pandemic
  • Chapter 2. Evaluating the costs connected with the materialisation of systemic risk
    • 2.1. Public and private goods
    • 2.2. Public goods – loss of health and financial security
    • 2.3. Private goods – loss of job and income
    • 2.4. Public utility goods – merit goods
    • 2.5. Multigenerational common goods – club goods
    • 2.6. Coexisting goods and their importance in overcoming the negative consequences of a pandemic
  • Chapter 3. The COVID-19 pandemic conceived as systemic risk
    • 3.1. Applying the concept of systemic risk to an analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic
    • 3.2. The context in which the pandemic’s systemic risk arose
      • 3.2.1. Costs for the public finance sector
      • 3.2.2. Costs for financial intermediaries
    • 3.3. Shock – the cost to the real economy and job losses
      • 3.3.1. Costs for monetary policy
      • 3.3.2. Costs for the household sector
    • 3.4. Turning point
    • 3.5. Prognosis for world development in pandemic circumstances
    • 3.6. Early warning signals
      • 3.6.1. Deglobalisation
      • 3.6.2. Crisis of the extended family
    • 3.7. Accumulation of risk – the transformation of partial risk into systemic risk
  • Closing remarks
  • References
  • List of tables
  • List of charts and diagrams
  • Index

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