A new NBER paper titled “Why Is All Covid 19 News Bad News?” shows how US media fanned the flames of public panic.
On February 18, the Oxford Mail published an article headlined “Scientists working on a coronavirus vaccine in Oxford.”
The article explained that Sarah Gilbert,
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Fear, like wind, is invisible. It knows no boundaries. Therefore, its effect can be felt far and wide. Covid is today the world’s most globalised sentiment. Fright, anxiety, uncertainty, confusion, erosion of faith and loss of trust
More than 10 billion doses of vaccines against Covid 19 have been preordered including most of 2021 manufacturing capacity of lead providers. The capacity which is already spoken for accounts for 10% of the global population. Vaccine developers report that they can make sufficient doses
Sunil KC is the CEO of NMB Bank and his leadership is considered visionary with astute business intelligence. He joined the bank in 2008 and became the CEO in 2017.
In the wake of the coronavirus, much like every other aspect of life and economy, the
Shyam Milan Shrestha is the Founding Member and Director of Finance of CE Construction which was established in 1992 with the general contracting and construction as its core areas of operation. In almost three decades, CE has grown into a multidimensional organisation servicing sectors in
The newly elected executive committee of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI), the country’s largest private sector umbrella body, has assumed office on November 29 amidst the challenge of a flailing economy that is facing severe setbacks due to manifold distresses
Shangrila Motors, the authorised distributor of Peugeot brand of vehicles for Nepal have also been appointed as authorised distributor of Citroen vehicles for Nepal by Groupe PSA, France.
Citroen is a French automobile manufacturer founded in 1919 by French industrialist Andre-Gustave Citroen, and part of Groupe
The World Bank Group announced an ambitious target for 35% of its financing to have climate co-benefits, on average, over the next five years. It replaces an earlier target of reaching 28% by 2020, which was in place over the last five years. The World
PATA is a no for profit membership association that acts as a catalyst for the responsible development of travel and tourism to, from and within the Asia Pacific region. As part of its activitites, PATA is dedicated to human capital development across the travel and
The government has formed an Advertisement Board with the aim to regulate, monitor and operate the advertisement market under the Advertisement Regulation Act 2019. Minister of Communications & Information Technology Parvat Gurung inaugurated the board office. Five board members have been appointed: Hendra Bdr Sherchan,