Major

Business Administration

Anticipated Graduation Year

2022

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

This study was meant to give a detailed picture of the different types of responses countries have had to COVID-19 and how these responses affected their economies. Since countries across the world have all been making different decisions for their COVID-19 responses, we chose to study Sweden, New Zealand, and the United States to reflect each type of response. The data we were able to collect showed significantly different results across the board due to the data limitations we encountered with New Zealand which we hope inspires future research into this subject.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Anne Reilly, Professor of Management, Quinlan School of Business

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Economic Implications of National COVID-19 Response

This study was meant to give a detailed picture of the different types of responses countries have had to COVID-19 and how these responses affected their economies. Since countries across the world have all been making different decisions for their COVID-19 responses, we chose to study Sweden, New Zealand, and the United States to reflect each type of response. The data we were able to collect showed significantly different results across the board due to the data limitations we encountered with New Zealand which we hope inspires future research into this subject.