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A new strategic leadership model for surviving and coping: Lessons from Canada’s leadership approach to COVID-19

Published in: Cogent Business & Management

Feb 04, 2021

/ Bayan Farhan

In order to improve leadership effectiveness, it is critical to highlight leadership approaches and practices that contribute to improving situations of uncertainty and instability. This paper investigates and reviews Canada’s leadership at the federal level during the COVID-19 pandemic to propose a new leadership model that explains what leadership looks like and how it can make a difference in a time dominated by uncertainty and instability. The primary benefit of this new model is identifyin...


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The Readiness of Government Schools to Deal with the Emergency and Crisis Situations from School Administrators View Point

Published in: Journal of Education and e - Learning Research

Jan 28, 2021

Mariam Al Khalidi / Hussein Almajali Amaal A Masri

The study aimed to identify the readiness of government schools to deal with emergency situations and crises from the viewpoint of their administrators. Totaling (326) male and female administrators, the sample was randomly chosen during the first semester (2018/2019), and a tool was developed consisting of (26) items distributed in three domains. The results showed that the estimates of the sample members on all domains came with a high degree of readiness, and showed that there are statistica...


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Urgency towards economic diversification through effective reforms in Caspian Basin

Published in: JOURNAL OF EASTERN EUROPEAN AND CENTRAL ASIAN RESEARCH

Dec 04, 2020

/ Tahira Yasmin / Ghaleb El Refae / Shorouq Eletter

This paper highlights that, in the Caspian Basin, the COVID-19 pandemic and oil price fluctuations have cast negative impacts on oil-exporting economies. These resource-abundant economies have faced revenue contraction and dwindling budget expenditures due to oil price changes. This study has examined export and economic diversification analyses for all economies and has concluded that the Caspian region cannot achieve full economic diversification due to over-dependence on oil revenues. Most o...


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Structural Transformation and Impact of Oil Price Change in Saudi Arabia Economy: Input-Output Structural Decomposition Analysis

Published in: Structural Transformation and Impact of Oil Price Change in Saudi Arabia Economy: Input-Output Structural Decomposition Analysis

Dec 01, 2020

/ Tahira Yasmin / Ghaleb El Refae / Shorouq Eletter

Structural change and economic growth processes have various impacts on both the micro and macroeconomic levels. The current study aims to shed light on various aspects of sectoral changes in the Saudi Arabian economy due to oil price shocks, which have profound effects on economic growth in various sectors. This paper re-attempts to explore the various sectoral changes by using an input–output structural decomposition analysis for 2010 to 2015. The main focus is on changes in the economic stru...

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