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Recursos de INCAE frente al COVID-19

Encuentra aquí información generada por los diversos Centros y áreas de INCAE,  específicos a cómo manejar negocios ante la crisis de la pandemia del COVID-19.

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Todo(s)
Entrevista a Enrique Bolaños | Adoptar la medida "más dura de la prevención"

29 de marzo. Confidencial.
Nicaragua

Rector Enrique Bolaños: “Esta es la crisis de nuestra generación”
“Las medidas duras iniciales, a la larga le dan mayor viabilidad económica al país. Nos va a pegar a todos, pero después empezás a reactivar la economía”

Publicaciones
La gestión de costos y liquidez en época de crisis

Por Revista Summa
Mar 30, 2020

En épocas de supervivencia cuando las empresas tratan de lidiar con situaciones de crisis, no se debe gerenciar tomando como enfoque el estado de resultados.

Publicaciones
Alberto Trejos, Decano de INCAE: “En los países que no logren controlar la epidemia, las personas perderán la confianza”

Cluster Salud. América Economía
17 de marzo, 2020

El también Doctor en Economía de la Universidad de Pennsylvania, analiza los efectos de la actual pandemia del COVID-19 sobre la economía, la política y los hábitos de la sociedad en el futuro próximo.

Publicaciones
Centro de Emprendimiento crea programa de sesiones de coaching para emprendedores y empresarios afectados por el COVID-19

El Centro de Emprendimiento de INCAE de la mano de su Red de Mentores ofrece sin ningún costo, un servicio de sesiones personalizadas de coaching para emprendedores y empresarios que estén siendo afectados por la crisis del COVID-19.

Publicaciones
Coronavirus: Reinicio de operaciones de líneas aéreas es complejo, “no es tan fácil como encender la luz”

Nota del medio Prensa Libre de Guatemala donde participó el Profesor Esteban R. Brenes

Luego de tener suspendidas un gran porcentaje de las operaciones de las líneas aéreas, las compañías no solo buscan como mitigar el impacto actual debido alas restricciones por el coronavirus, sino que han visualizado que retomar funciones no será en forma rápida.

Publicaciones
25 Empresarios que Liderarán la Reactivación Económica

6 de mayo. Vida & Éxito.

En INCAE nos sentimos muy orgullosos ya que mencionan a nuestro Rector Enrique Bolaños entre los destacados, quien también es Incaista de la generación MAE VI,  esta lista incluye a otros siete graduados de nuestra institución, ellos son:  Rodolfo Tabash, MAE XXVI; Gerardo Sánchez, MAEX XX; Alberto Poma, MAE XLIII; Eduardo Montenegro, MAE XIX; Jorge Víctor Saca, PAG XLVI; Francisco Sinibaldi, PAG XXXVIII; y Luis Lara, MAE XXIV.

Publicaciones
La economía después del Coronavirus

Mayo 2020. Revista Vida y Éxito
Por Por Arturo Castro Barrantes. 

El virus microscópico e invisible que recluyó a la humanidad en sus hogares, cerró centros de producción y cambió la forma en que se comercializa, se consume y se interactúa con los clientes. Incluye entrevista al Prof. Juan Carlos Barahona.

Publicaciones
El ‘boom’ de los negocios digitales

Mayo 2020. Revista Vida y Éxito
Por Por Arturo Castro Barrantes. 

En un momento de cambio para el mundo, distintas plataformas y servicios digitales representan una herramienta para que las empresas puedan llegar a los clientes en momentos de su confinamiento en sus hogares. Incluye entrevista al Prof. Juan Carlos Barahona.

Publicaciones
Connecting healthcare professionals in Central America through management and leadership development: a social network analysis

Andrea M. Prado, Andy A. Pearson, Nathan S. Bertelsen, and José A. Pagán. Globalization and Health, forthcoming. 

Leadership and management training has become increasingly important in the education of health care professionals. Previous research has shown the benefits that a network provides to its members, such as access to resources and information, but ideas for creating these networks vary...

Artículos
Love in the time of COVID-19: negligence in the Nicaraguan response

Thais P Salazar Mather, Benjamin Gallo Marin, Giancarlo Medina Perez, Briana Christophers, Marcelo L Paiva, Rocío Oliva, Baraa A Hijaz, Andrea M Prado, Mateo C Jarquín, Katelyn Moretti, Catalina González Marqués, Alejandro Murillo, Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler. The Lancet Global Health.

Artículos
The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Costa Rican Health System

Alvaro Salas Chaves and Andrea M. Prado. 2020. The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Costa Rican Health System. Health Management, Policy, and Innovation (HMPI.org), volume 5, Issue 1, special issue on COVID-19, March 2020.

Artículos
COVID-19: A Reflection and Propagation Model for Latin America

Sara Benetti and Alberto Trejos. 2020. COVID-19: A Reflection and Propagation Model for Latin America. Health Management, Policy, and Innovation (HMPI.org), volume 5, Issue 1, special issue on COVID-19, March 2020

Artículos
CLACDS ante el COVID-19

Por Ronald Arce.
En CLACDS/INCAE estamos comprometidos en contribuir generando información y análisis para que la toma de decisiones permita cruzar esta crisis con el menor daño posible.

Artículos
Cómo afrontar el estrés psicológico durante el COVID-19: las siete mejores prácticas

Artículo de opinión. La Prensa
Por la profesora Susan Clancy. INCAE Business School

Parte de ser humano es tener un cuerpo que reacciona al estrés con hormonas como adrenalina y noradranalina.

Aunque la mayoría de nosotros hasta la fecha no hemos sido afectados en nuestra salud física directamente por el virus COVID-19 , ciertamente estamos sufriendo sus consecuencias psicológicas: estrés. estas últimas semanas han tenido un impacto psicológico en la mayoría de nosotros.

Artículos
¿Qué sigue? ¿Qué cambió? ¿Qué debemos entender más rápido?

Por Camelia Ilie-Cardoza. Decana de Educación Ejecutiva y Chair del Centro de Liderazgo Colaborativo y de la Mujer de INCAE.
Revista Forbes Centroamérica. Mayo 2020.

Si las tendencias observadas a lo largo de la historia se cumplen, deberíamos esperar que el 2020 sea un año de inflexión en muchos aspectos de la sociedad y que se produzcan grandes disrupciones del status quo en diversos sectores.

Artículos
Modelo integral para reabrir y operar con seguridad la economía

Por Jaime García y Roberto Artavia L., de INCAE Business School (con datos aportados por FUSADES, ANEP y el Colegio de Médicos de El Salvador). Mayo 2020.

Artículos
    Publicaciones
    Entrevista a Enrique Bolaños | Adoptar la medida "más dura de la prevención"

    29 de marzo. Confidencial.
    Nicaragua

    Rector Enrique Bolaños: “Esta es la crisis de nuestra generación”
    “Las medidas duras iniciales, a la larga le dan mayor viabilidad económica al país. Nos va a pegar a todos, pero después empezás a reactivar la economía”

    Publicaciones
    La gestión de costos y liquidez en época de crisis

    Por Revista Summa
    Mar 30, 2020

    En épocas de supervivencia cuando las empresas tratan de lidiar con situaciones de crisis, no se debe gerenciar tomando como enfoque el estado de resultados.

    Publicaciones
    Alberto Trejos, Decano de INCAE: “En los países que no logren controlar la epidemia, las personas perderán la confianza”

    Cluster Salud. América Economía
    17 de marzo, 2020

    El también Doctor en Economía de la Universidad de Pennsylvania, analiza los efectos de la actual pandemia del COVID-19 sobre la economía, la política y los hábitos de la sociedad en el futuro próximo.

    Publicaciones
    Centro de Emprendimiento crea programa de sesiones de coaching para emprendedores y empresarios afectados por el COVID-19

    El Centro de Emprendimiento de INCAE de la mano de su Red de Mentores ofrece sin ningún costo, un servicio de sesiones personalizadas de coaching para emprendedores y empresarios que estén siendo afectados por la crisis del COVID-19.

    Publicaciones
    Coronavirus: Reinicio de operaciones de líneas aéreas es complejo, “no es tan fácil como encender la luz”

    Nota del medio Prensa Libre de Guatemala donde participó el Profesor Esteban R. Brenes

    Luego de tener suspendidas un gran porcentaje de las operaciones de las líneas aéreas, las compañías no solo buscan como mitigar el impacto actual debido alas restricciones por el coronavirus, sino que han visualizado que retomar funciones no será en forma rápida.

    Publicaciones
    25 Empresarios que Liderarán la Reactivación Económica

    6 de mayo. Vida & Éxito.

    En INCAE nos sentimos muy orgullosos ya que mencionan a nuestro Rector Enrique Bolaños entre los destacados, quien también es Incaista de la generación MAE VI,  esta lista incluye a otros siete graduados de nuestra institución, ellos son:  Rodolfo Tabash, MAE XXVI; Gerardo Sánchez, MAEX XX; Alberto Poma, MAE XLIII; Eduardo Montenegro, MAE XIX; Jorge Víctor Saca, PAG XLVI; Francisco Sinibaldi, PAG XXXVIII; y Luis Lara, MAE XXIV.

    Publicaciones
    La economía después del Coronavirus

    Mayo 2020. Revista Vida y Éxito
    Por Por Arturo Castro Barrantes. 

    El virus microscópico e invisible que recluyó a la humanidad en sus hogares, cerró centros de producción y cambió la forma en que se comercializa, se consume y se interactúa con los clientes. Incluye entrevista al Prof. Juan Carlos Barahona.

    Publicaciones
    El ‘boom’ de los negocios digitales

    Mayo 2020. Revista Vida y Éxito
    Por Por Arturo Castro Barrantes. 

    En un momento de cambio para el mundo, distintas plataformas y servicios digitales representan una herramienta para que las empresas puedan llegar a los clientes en momentos de su confinamiento en sus hogares. Incluye entrevista al Prof. Juan Carlos Barahona.

    Publicaciones
      Artículos
      Connecting healthcare professionals in Central America through management and leadership development: a social network analysis

      Andrea M. Prado, Andy A. Pearson, Nathan S. Bertelsen, and José A. Pagán. Globalization and Health, forthcoming. 

      Leadership and management training has become increasingly important in the education of health care professionals. Previous research has shown the benefits that a network provides to its members, such as access to resources and information, but ideas for creating these networks vary...

      Artículos
      Love in the time of COVID-19: negligence in the Nicaraguan response

      Thais P Salazar Mather, Benjamin Gallo Marin, Giancarlo Medina Perez, Briana Christophers, Marcelo L Paiva, Rocío Oliva, Baraa A Hijaz, Andrea M Prado, Mateo C Jarquín, Katelyn Moretti, Catalina González Marqués, Alejandro Murillo, Elizabeth Tobin-Tyler. The Lancet Global Health.

      Artículos
      The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Costa Rican Health System

      Alvaro Salas Chaves and Andrea M. Prado. 2020. The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Costa Rican Health System. Health Management, Policy, and Innovation (HMPI.org), volume 5, Issue 1, special issue on COVID-19, March 2020.

      Artículos
      COVID-19: A Reflection and Propagation Model for Latin America

      Sara Benetti and Alberto Trejos. 2020. COVID-19: A Reflection and Propagation Model for Latin America. Health Management, Policy, and Innovation (HMPI.org), volume 5, Issue 1, special issue on COVID-19, March 2020

      Artículos
      CLACDS ante el COVID-19

      Por Ronald Arce.
      En CLACDS/INCAE estamos comprometidos en contribuir generando información y análisis para que la toma de decisiones permita cruzar esta crisis con el menor daño posible.

      Artículos
      Cómo afrontar el estrés psicológico durante el COVID-19: las siete mejores prácticas

      Artículo de opinión. La Prensa
      Por la profesora Susan Clancy. INCAE Business School

      Parte de ser humano es tener un cuerpo que reacciona al estrés con hormonas como adrenalina y noradranalina.

      Aunque la mayoría de nosotros hasta la fecha no hemos sido afectados en nuestra salud física directamente por el virus COVID-19 , ciertamente estamos sufriendo sus consecuencias psicológicas: estrés. estas últimas semanas han tenido un impacto psicológico en la mayoría de nosotros.

      Artículos
      ¿Qué sigue? ¿Qué cambió? ¿Qué debemos entender más rápido?

      Por Camelia Ilie-Cardoza. Decana de Educación Ejecutiva y Chair del Centro de Liderazgo Colaborativo y de la Mujer de INCAE.
      Revista Forbes Centroamérica. Mayo 2020.

      Si las tendencias observadas a lo largo de la historia se cumplen, deberíamos esperar que el 2020 sea un año de inflexión en muchos aspectos de la sociedad y que se produzcan grandes disrupciones del status quo en diversos sectores.

      Artículos
      Modelo integral para reabrir y operar con seguridad la economía

      Por Jaime García y Roberto Artavia L., de INCAE Business School (con datos aportados por FUSADES, ANEP y el Colegio de Médicos de El Salvador). Mayo 2020.

      Artículos

        Recursos externos

        Harvard Business Review hizo su cobertura del COVID-19 gratuita para todos sus lectores, aquí encontrará algunos de los artículos relacionados con este tema, seleccionados por el Profesor Alberto Trejos.

        Todo(s)
        Harvard Business Review | Insight Center Coronavirus

        Special Coverage
        Coronavirus
        Leading and working through a pandemic.

        Corporativo
        Your Employee Tested Positive for Covid-19. What Do You Do?

        by Alisa Cohn
        March 30, 2020

        All leaders are trying to find their footing right now. You are probably shoring up your business plan, situating your team, and juggling your own constellation of remote working arrangements — possibly alongside your spouse and children. On top of that, you will face a test you probably couldn’t have imagined a few weeks ago: When one of your employees tells you they have tested positive for Covid-19. If you haven’t dealt with that already, you almost certainly will.

        Corporativo
        Are You Leading Through the Crisis … or Managing the Response?

        by Eric J. McNulty and Leonard Marcus
        March 25, 2020

        The coronavirus crisis, like every crisis, is unfolding over an arc of time with a beginning, middle, and end. It is useful to think what distinguishes what was, is, and will be. There was a past of relative stability and predictability. There now is chaos and disruption. There will be … a different state. As this future unfolds, some organizations will be resilient. For others, this future will be catastrophic. The actions of executives and their teams now, in the midst of this crisis, will significantly determine their fate.

        Corporativo
        Communicating Through the Coronavirus Crisis

        by Paul A. Argenti
        March 13, 2020

        The coronavirus epidemic seemed far away for me until last week. Then came news reports about someone infected in New Hampshire. Rumors started to spread, closely followed by questions: How can we find out more information? Should we send the kids to school? The next day, we discovered in both the local and national news that the infected person, a resident at our local hospital, had attended a party with students from the Tuck School, where I teach, bringing the crisis right to my office door. Classes and events were canceled and all international travel was suspended for the university. My mind was racing. Should I go in to work? Is it OK to buy lunch here? Are we prepared to quarantine at home? How long will this go on?

        Corporativo
        Lead Your Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis

        by Martin Reeves , Nikolaus Lang and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak
        February 27, 2020

        The Covid-19 crisis has now reached a new critical phase where public health systems need to act decisively to contain the growth in new epicenters outside China.

        Clearly, the main emphasis is and should be on containing and mitigating the disease itself. But the economic impacts are also significant, and many companies are feeling their way towards understanding, reacting to, and learning lessons from rapidly unfolding events. Unanticipated twists and turns will be revealed with each news cycle, and we will only have a complete picture in retrospect.

        Corporativo
        Technology Companies and the New Recession

        Podcast
        March 30, 2020

        The world is facing an economic crisis never seen before, says equity analyst Pierre Ferragu. Consumer demand remains strong and supply infrastructure is still healthy, but both are in lockdown and unable to function. In this wide-ranging conversation with Azeem Azhar, Ferragu explains how the pandemic will affect the technology industry and its major players.

        Corporativo
        How Restaurants Can Survive Right Now

        by Rafi Mohammed
        March 26, 2020

        All businesses are suffering today. One industry that is especially visible and emblematic of our economic struggles is restaurants. In many states, dining rooms are closed, and restaurants that choose to remain open are allowed to provide meals via takeout or delivery only. They’re making this shift as customers face deep financial uncertainty. Their customers face another dilemma: whether it’s worth leaving the house (and risking possible exposure to the virus) in search of takeout food to break the monotony of our new stay-at-home reality.

        Corporativo
        Hospitals Need Cash. Health Insurers Have It.

        by Sean Nicholson and David A. Asch
        March 25, 2020

        U.S. hospitals are battling Covid-19 on many fronts: Scrambling to create new intensive care unit beds, trying to secure scarce medical equipment to protect their patients and their workforces, training staff on novel treatment protocols, and hiring more nurses. In order to divert resources to the patients in the greatest need — and to protect the safety of the patients who can wait — hospitals are also postponing non-emergency care, canceling elective procedures and, in general, halting the very activities that used to keep them in business.

        Corporativo
        8 Ways to Manage Your Team While Social Distancing

        by Timothy R. Clark
        March 24, 2020

        The Covid-19 virus has disrupted and rearranged the workplace with breathtaking speed. In the span of a week, organizations across every sector have sent millions of employees home to work remotely. Without warning — and in many cases, without preparation of any kind — managers have been thrust into the position of leading virtual teams, many for the first time.

        Corporativo
        Avoid These Traps When Negotiating in a Crisis

        by Adil Najam
        March 24, 2020

        Right now, around the world, countless negotiations are underway, and the results will literally influence life and death. Leaders and their advisers at innumerable school boards, town halls, universities, C-suites and boardrooms, governors’ mansions, and presidential palaces are desperately deliberating over policies for social distancing, reducing density, setting restrictions, relaxing standard procedures, working remotely, teaching online, and much more that will determine the ultimate outcome of this pandemic.

        Corporativo
        How Bad Times Bring Out the Best in People

        by Bill Taylor
        March 20, 2020

        It’s easy to look around and see how the Covid-19 crisis has brought out the worst in some people — from hoarding thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer to crowding bars and restaurants despite public-health guidelines. But such irresponsible behavior, I believe, is more the exception than the rule. Time and again, individuals and communities have demonstrated that the worst situations tend to bring out the best in people and the organizations to which they belong. In every moment of darkness, it seems, there are countless moments of light — small gestures of compassion and connection that allow people to show who they are, how they want to live, and what matters to them.

        Corporativo
        Virtual Meetings Don’t Have to Be a Bore

        by Andy Molinsky
        March 19, 2020

        Those of us who present, facilitate, and teach for a living understand the importance of developing a personal connection with an audience. It’s critical to be and feel natural; to make people laugh, feel at ease, and fully engage — and perhaps even lose themselves — in the content you’re delivering. That’s why it feels so unnatural and awkward to create this kind of atmosphere in a virtual environment where you have no in-person audience at all.

        Corporativo
        A Guide to Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers

        by Barbara Z. Larson , Susan R. Vroman and Erin E. Makarius
        March 18, 2020

        In response to the uncertainties presented by Covid-19, many companies and universities have asked their employees to work remotely. While close to a quarter of the U.S. workforce already works from home at least part of the time, the new policies leave many employees — and their managers — working out of the office and separated from each other for the first time.

        Corporativo
        15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered

        by Tsedal Neeley
        March 16, 2020

        The coronavirus pandemic is expected to fundamentally change the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. As governments and businesses around the world tell those with symptoms to self-quarantine and everyone else to practice social distancing, remote work is our new reality. How do corporate leaders, managers, and individual workers make this sudden shift? Tsedal Neeley, a professor at Harvard Business School, has spent two decades helping companies learn how to manage dispersed teams. In this edited Q&A, drawn from a recent HBR subscriber video call in which listeners were able to ask questions, she offers guidance on how to work productively at home, manage virtual meetings, and lead teams through this time of crisis.

        Corporativo
        How to Get People to Actually Participate in Virtual Meetings

        by Justin Hale and Joseph Grenny
        March 09, 2020

        These days it’s hard to get people to pay attention in any meeting, but when people aren’t in the same room, it can be especially difficult. And it’s particularly annoying when you make a nine-minute argument, pause for an expected reaction, and get: “I’m not sure I followed you” which might as well mean: “I was shampooing my cat and didn’t realize I would be called on.”

        Corporativo
        Coronavirus Is a Wake-Up Call for Supply Chain Management

        by Thomas Y. Choi, Dale Rogers, and Bindiya Vakil
        March 27, 2020

        As procurement teams struggle to cope with the Covid-19 global pandemic, most have been trying to keep up with the news about global response measures and have been working diligently to secure raw materials and components and protect supply lines. However, vital information is often not available or accessible across their global teams. As a result, their response to the disruption has been reactive and uncoordinated, and the impact of the crisis is hitting many of their companies' full force.

        Corporativo
        What Small Businesses Need to Survive the Coronavirus Crisis

        Catherine Monson
        March 27, 2020

        As local and state governments issue shelter-in-place orders, asking residents to remain home for all but essential errands, businesses — especially small local businesses — across the U.S. are facing difficult decisions. These institutions are crucial to our nation’s economy, employing 58.9 million people in the United States, or about 47.5% of the total private sector workforce. Their GDP contribution measured $5.9 trillion in 2014, the most recent year for which small business GDP data is available.

        Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
        You’re Not Powerless in the Face of Uncertainty

        by Nathan Furr
        March 27, 2020

        A friend who runs a restaurant group recently endured a month of empty tables due to a transportation strike, only to have his restaurants shut down to slow the spread of Covid-19. Of course, he’s not alone as businesses around the world face similar situations. Between disruption and the ongoing pandemic, we are all trying to cope with unprecedented levels of uncertainty.

        Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
        8 Ways to Manage Your Team While Social Distancing

        by Timothy R. Clark
        March 24, 2020

        The Covid-19 virus has disrupted and rearranged the workplace with breathtaking speed. In the span of a week, organizations across every sector have sent millions of employees home to work remotely. Without warning — and in many cases, without preparation of any kind — managers have been thrust into the position of leading virtual teams, many for the first time.

        Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
        15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered

        by Tsedal Neeley
        March 16, 2020

        The coronavirus pandemic is expected to fundamentally change the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. As governments and businesses around the world tell those with symptoms to self-quarantine and everyone else to practice social distancing, remote work is our new reality. How do corporate leaders, managers, and individual workers make this sudden shift? Tsedal Neeley, a professor at Harvard Business School, has spent two decades helping companies learn how to manage dispersed teams. In this edited Q&A, drawn from a recent HBR subscriber video call in which listeners were able to ask questions, she offers guidance on how to work productively at home, manage virtual meetings, and lead teams through this time of crisis.

        Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
        Communicating Through the Coronavirus Crisis

        by Paul A. Argenti
        March 13, 2020

        The coronavirus epidemic seemed far away for me until last week. Then came news reports about someone infected in New Hampshire. Rumors started to spread, closely followed by questions: How can we find out more information? Should we send the kids to school? The next day, we discovered in both the local and national news that the infected person, a resident at our local hospital, had attended a party with students from the Tuck School, where I teach, bringing the crisis right to my office door. Classes and events were canceled and all international travel was suspended for the university. My mind was racing. Should I go into work? Is it OK to buy lunch here? Are we prepared to quarantine at home? How long will this go on?

        Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
        Balancing Work and Elder Care Through the Coronavirus Crisis

        by Liz O’Donnell
        March 31, 2020 

        Amy Carrier is a foundation director with a long-distance spouse and a 74-year old mother, who has Alzheimer’s and lives with her.

        Even on a normal day, her life is complicated. Amy employs two private-pay caregivers to assist her mother while she is at work, managing a team of ten at the Oregon State University Foundation. When she gets home, she takes over: making dinner, managing medications, and helping with small tasks like choosing clothes and operating the television. Her husband lives and works in New Rochelle, New York.

        Personas
        Coping with Fatigue, Fear, and Panic During a Crisis

        by Tony Schwartz and Emily Pines
        March 23, 2020

        Late last week, we gave a presentation to about 20 chief medical officers from health care systems around the country. I began by asking them to share a sentence or two about how they were feeling, personally. Over the next half hour, their answers spilled out in a torrent.

        Personas
        That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief

        by Scott Berinato
        March 23, 2020

        Some of the HBR edit staff met virtually the other day — a screen full of faces in a scene becoming more common everywhere. We talked about the content we’re commissioning in this harrowing time of a pandemic and how we can help people. But we also talked about how we were feeling. One colleague mentioned that what she felt was grief. Heads nodded in all the panes.

        Personas
        How Bad Times Bring Out the Best in People

        by Bill Taylor
        March 20, 2020

        It’s easy to look around and see how the Covid-19 crisis has brought out the worst in some people — from hoarding thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer to crowding bars and restaurants despite public-health guidelines. But such irresponsible behavior, I believe, is more the exception than the rule. Time and again, individuals and communities have demonstrated that the worst situations tend to bring out the best in people and the organizations to which they belong. In every moment of darkness, it seems, there are countless moments of light — small gestures of compassion and connection that allow people to show who they are, how they want to live, and what matters to them.

        Personas
        A Guide for Working (From Home) Parents

        by Avni Patel Thompson
        March 19, 2020

        Amir and Ria are working professionals living in Seattle: he works at Amazon and she’s the CEO of an early-stage start-up. They have two kids, Amara and Aryan, who are 6 and 2 years old. They’re used to managing the usual challenges of dual working parents — coordinating childcare with schools and activities, managing meals and household chores, and spending quality time together on the weekends.

        Personas
        Build Your Resilience in the Face of a Crisis

        by Rasmus Hougaard , Jacqueline Carter and Moses Mohan
        March 19, 2020

        As the spread and far-reaching impacts of Covid-19 dominate the world news, we have all been witnessing and experiencing the parallel spread of worry, anxiety, and instability. Indeed, in a crisis, our mental state often seems only to exacerbate an already extremely challenging situation, becoming a major obstacle in itself. Why is this and how can we change it? As the CEO of a firm that brings mindfulness to companies to unlock new ways of thinking and working, let me share a bit about how the mind responds to crises, like the threat of a pandemic.

        Personas
        Managing the Stress and Uncertainty of Coronavirus

        March 16, 2020
        Podcast

        The rapid onset of the coronavirus is changing our work – and our lives. For those who own businesses or work in the gig economy, the stress and financial uncertainty is even greater. When we don’t know what the future will hold, or are working in isolation, what can we do?

        Personas
        The Explainer: How to Collaborate Effectively If Your Team Is Remote

        July 22, 2018

        Clarity and consistency are key. For more, read How to Collaborate Effectively If Your Team Is Remote.

        Videos
          Corporativo
          Harvard Business Review | Insight Center Coronavirus

          Special Coverage
          Coronavirus
          Leading and working through a pandemic.

          Corporativo
          Your Employee Tested Positive for Covid-19. What Do You Do?

          by Alisa Cohn
          March 30, 2020

          All leaders are trying to find their footing right now. You are probably shoring up your business plan, situating your team, and juggling your own constellation of remote working arrangements — possibly alongside your spouse and children. On top of that, you will face a test you probably couldn’t have imagined a few weeks ago: When one of your employees tells you they have tested positive for Covid-19. If you haven’t dealt with that already, you almost certainly will.

          Corporativo
          Are You Leading Through the Crisis … or Managing the Response?

          by Eric J. McNulty and Leonard Marcus
          March 25, 2020

          The coronavirus crisis, like every crisis, is unfolding over an arc of time with a beginning, middle, and end. It is useful to think what distinguishes what was, is, and will be. There was a past of relative stability and predictability. There now is chaos and disruption. There will be … a different state. As this future unfolds, some organizations will be resilient. For others, this future will be catastrophic. The actions of executives and their teams now, in the midst of this crisis, will significantly determine their fate.

          Corporativo
          Communicating Through the Coronavirus Crisis

          by Paul A. Argenti
          March 13, 2020

          The coronavirus epidemic seemed far away for me until last week. Then came news reports about someone infected in New Hampshire. Rumors started to spread, closely followed by questions: How can we find out more information? Should we send the kids to school? The next day, we discovered in both the local and national news that the infected person, a resident at our local hospital, had attended a party with students from the Tuck School, where I teach, bringing the crisis right to my office door. Classes and events were canceled and all international travel was suspended for the university. My mind was racing. Should I go in to work? Is it OK to buy lunch here? Are we prepared to quarantine at home? How long will this go on?

          Corporativo
          Lead Your Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis

          by Martin Reeves , Nikolaus Lang and Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak
          February 27, 2020

          The Covid-19 crisis has now reached a new critical phase where public health systems need to act decisively to contain the growth in new epicenters outside China.

          Clearly, the main emphasis is and should be on containing and mitigating the disease itself. But the economic impacts are also significant, and many companies are feeling their way towards understanding, reacting to, and learning lessons from rapidly unfolding events. Unanticipated twists and turns will be revealed with each news cycle, and we will only have a complete picture in retrospect.

          Corporativo
          Technology Companies and the New Recession

          Podcast
          March 30, 2020

          The world is facing an economic crisis never seen before, says equity analyst Pierre Ferragu. Consumer demand remains strong and supply infrastructure is still healthy, but both are in lockdown and unable to function. In this wide-ranging conversation with Azeem Azhar, Ferragu explains how the pandemic will affect the technology industry and its major players.

          Corporativo
          How Restaurants Can Survive Right Now

          by Rafi Mohammed
          March 26, 2020

          All businesses are suffering today. One industry that is especially visible and emblematic of our economic struggles is restaurants. In many states, dining rooms are closed, and restaurants that choose to remain open are allowed to provide meals via takeout or delivery only. They’re making this shift as customers face deep financial uncertainty. Their customers face another dilemma: whether it’s worth leaving the house (and risking possible exposure to the virus) in search of takeout food to break the monotony of our new stay-at-home reality.

          Corporativo
          Hospitals Need Cash. Health Insurers Have It.

          by Sean Nicholson and David A. Asch
          March 25, 2020

          U.S. hospitals are battling Covid-19 on many fronts: Scrambling to create new intensive care unit beds, trying to secure scarce medical equipment to protect their patients and their workforces, training staff on novel treatment protocols, and hiring more nurses. In order to divert resources to the patients in the greatest need — and to protect the safety of the patients who can wait — hospitals are also postponing non-emergency care, canceling elective procedures and, in general, halting the very activities that used to keep them in business.

          Corporativo
          8 Ways to Manage Your Team While Social Distancing

          by Timothy R. Clark
          March 24, 2020

          The Covid-19 virus has disrupted and rearranged the workplace with breathtaking speed. In the span of a week, organizations across every sector have sent millions of employees home to work remotely. Without warning — and in many cases, without preparation of any kind — managers have been thrust into the position of leading virtual teams, many for the first time.

          Corporativo
          Avoid These Traps When Negotiating in a Crisis

          by Adil Najam
          March 24, 2020

          Right now, around the world, countless negotiations are underway, and the results will literally influence life and death. Leaders and their advisers at innumerable school boards, town halls, universities, C-suites and boardrooms, governors’ mansions, and presidential palaces are desperately deliberating over policies for social distancing, reducing density, setting restrictions, relaxing standard procedures, working remotely, teaching online, and much more that will determine the ultimate outcome of this pandemic.

          Corporativo
          How Bad Times Bring Out the Best in People

          by Bill Taylor
          March 20, 2020

          It’s easy to look around and see how the Covid-19 crisis has brought out the worst in some people — from hoarding thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer to crowding bars and restaurants despite public-health guidelines. But such irresponsible behavior, I believe, is more the exception than the rule. Time and again, individuals and communities have demonstrated that the worst situations tend to bring out the best in people and the organizations to which they belong. In every moment of darkness, it seems, there are countless moments of light — small gestures of compassion and connection that allow people to show who they are, how they want to live, and what matters to them.

          Corporativo
          Virtual Meetings Don’t Have to Be a Bore

          by Andy Molinsky
          March 19, 2020

          Those of us who present, facilitate, and teach for a living understand the importance of developing a personal connection with an audience. It’s critical to be and feel natural; to make people laugh, feel at ease, and fully engage — and perhaps even lose themselves — in the content you’re delivering. That’s why it feels so unnatural and awkward to create this kind of atmosphere in a virtual environment where you have no in-person audience at all.

          Corporativo
          A Guide to Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers

          by Barbara Z. Larson , Susan R. Vroman and Erin E. Makarius
          March 18, 2020

          In response to the uncertainties presented by Covid-19, many companies and universities have asked their employees to work remotely. While close to a quarter of the U.S. workforce already works from home at least part of the time, the new policies leave many employees — and their managers — working out of the office and separated from each other for the first time.

          Corporativo
          15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered

          by Tsedal Neeley
          March 16, 2020

          The coronavirus pandemic is expected to fundamentally change the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. As governments and businesses around the world tell those with symptoms to self-quarantine and everyone else to practice social distancing, remote work is our new reality. How do corporate leaders, managers, and individual workers make this sudden shift? Tsedal Neeley, a professor at Harvard Business School, has spent two decades helping companies learn how to manage dispersed teams. In this edited Q&A, drawn from a recent HBR subscriber video call in which listeners were able to ask questions, she offers guidance on how to work productively at home, manage virtual meetings, and lead teams through this time of crisis.

          Corporativo
          How to Get People to Actually Participate in Virtual Meetings

          by Justin Hale and Joseph Grenny
          March 09, 2020

          These days it’s hard to get people to pay attention in any meeting, but when people aren’t in the same room, it can be especially difficult. And it’s particularly annoying when you make a nine-minute argument, pause for an expected reaction, and get: “I’m not sure I followed you” which might as well mean: “I was shampooing my cat and didn’t realize I would be called on.”

          Corporativo
          Coronavirus Is a Wake-Up Call for Supply Chain Management

          by Thomas Y. Choi, Dale Rogers, and Bindiya Vakil
          March 27, 2020

          As procurement teams struggle to cope with the Covid-19 global pandemic, most have been trying to keep up with the news about global response measures and have been working diligently to secure raw materials and components and protect supply lines. However, vital information is often not available or accessible across their global teams. As a result, their response to the disruption has been reactive and uncoordinated, and the impact of the crisis is hitting many of their companies' full force.

          Corporativo
            Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
            What Small Businesses Need to Survive the Coronavirus Crisis

            Catherine Monson
            March 27, 2020

            As local and state governments issue shelter-in-place orders, asking residents to remain home for all but essential errands, businesses — especially small local businesses — across the U.S. are facing difficult decisions. These institutions are crucial to our nation’s economy, employing 58.9 million people in the United States, or about 47.5% of the total private sector workforce. Their GDP contribution measured $5.9 trillion in 2014, the most recent year for which small business GDP data is available.

            Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
            You’re Not Powerless in the Face of Uncertainty

            by Nathan Furr
            March 27, 2020

            A friend who runs a restaurant group recently endured a month of empty tables due to a transportation strike, only to have his restaurants shut down to slow the spread of Covid-19. Of course, he’s not alone as businesses around the world face similar situations. Between disruption and the ongoing pandemic, we are all trying to cope with unprecedented levels of uncertainty.

            Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
            8 Ways to Manage Your Team While Social Distancing

            by Timothy R. Clark
            March 24, 2020

            The Covid-19 virus has disrupted and rearranged the workplace with breathtaking speed. In the span of a week, organizations across every sector have sent millions of employees home to work remotely. Without warning — and in many cases, without preparation of any kind — managers have been thrust into the position of leading virtual teams, many for the first time.

            Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
            15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered

            by Tsedal Neeley
            March 16, 2020

            The coronavirus pandemic is expected to fundamentally change the way many organizations operate for the foreseeable future. As governments and businesses around the world tell those with symptoms to self-quarantine and everyone else to practice social distancing, remote work is our new reality. How do corporate leaders, managers, and individual workers make this sudden shift? Tsedal Neeley, a professor at Harvard Business School, has spent two decades helping companies learn how to manage dispersed teams. In this edited Q&A, drawn from a recent HBR subscriber video call in which listeners were able to ask questions, she offers guidance on how to work productively at home, manage virtual meetings, and lead teams through this time of crisis.

            Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
            Communicating Through the Coronavirus Crisis

            by Paul A. Argenti
            March 13, 2020

            The coronavirus epidemic seemed far away for me until last week. Then came news reports about someone infected in New Hampshire. Rumors started to spread, closely followed by questions: How can we find out more information? Should we send the kids to school? The next day, we discovered in both the local and national news that the infected person, a resident at our local hospital, had attended a party with students from the Tuck School, where I teach, bringing the crisis right to my office door. Classes and events were canceled and all international travel was suspended for the university. My mind was racing. Should I go into work? Is it OK to buy lunch here? Are we prepared to quarantine at home? How long will this go on?

            Emprendimiento y Pandemia COVID 19
              Personas
              Balancing Work and Elder Care Through the Coronavirus Crisis

              by Liz O’Donnell
              March 31, 2020 

              Amy Carrier is a foundation director with a long-distance spouse and a 74-year old mother, who has Alzheimer’s and lives with her.

              Even on a normal day, her life is complicated. Amy employs two private-pay caregivers to assist her mother while she is at work, managing a team of ten at the Oregon State University Foundation. When she gets home, she takes over: making dinner, managing medications, and helping with small tasks like choosing clothes and operating the television. Her husband lives and works in New Rochelle, New York.

              Personas
              Coping with Fatigue, Fear, and Panic During a Crisis

              by Tony Schwartz and Emily Pines
              March 23, 2020

              Late last week, we gave a presentation to about 20 chief medical officers from health care systems around the country. I began by asking them to share a sentence or two about how they were feeling, personally. Over the next half hour, their answers spilled out in a torrent.

              Personas
              That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief

              by Scott Berinato
              March 23, 2020

              Some of the HBR edit staff met virtually the other day — a screen full of faces in a scene becoming more common everywhere. We talked about the content we’re commissioning in this harrowing time of a pandemic and how we can help people. But we also talked about how we were feeling. One colleague mentioned that what she felt was grief. Heads nodded in all the panes.

              Personas
              How Bad Times Bring Out the Best in People

              by Bill Taylor
              March 20, 2020

              It’s easy to look around and see how the Covid-19 crisis has brought out the worst in some people — from hoarding thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer to crowding bars and restaurants despite public-health guidelines. But such irresponsible behavior, I believe, is more the exception than the rule. Time and again, individuals and communities have demonstrated that the worst situations tend to bring out the best in people and the organizations to which they belong. In every moment of darkness, it seems, there are countless moments of light — small gestures of compassion and connection that allow people to show who they are, how they want to live, and what matters to them.

              Personas
              A Guide for Working (From Home) Parents

              by Avni Patel Thompson
              March 19, 2020

              Amir and Ria are working professionals living in Seattle: he works at Amazon and she’s the CEO of an early-stage start-up. They have two kids, Amara and Aryan, who are 6 and 2 years old. They’re used to managing the usual challenges of dual working parents — coordinating childcare with schools and activities, managing meals and household chores, and spending quality time together on the weekends.

              Personas
              Build Your Resilience in the Face of a Crisis

              by Rasmus Hougaard , Jacqueline Carter and Moses Mohan
              March 19, 2020

              As the spread and far-reaching impacts of Covid-19 dominate the world news, we have all been witnessing and experiencing the parallel spread of worry, anxiety, and instability. Indeed, in a crisis, our mental state often seems only to exacerbate an already extremely challenging situation, becoming a major obstacle in itself. Why is this and how can we change it? As the CEO of a firm that brings mindfulness to companies to unlock new ways of thinking and working, let me share a bit about how the mind responds to crises, like the threat of a pandemic.

              Personas
              Managing the Stress and Uncertainty of Coronavirus

              March 16, 2020
              Podcast

              The rapid onset of the coronavirus is changing our work – and our lives. For those who own businesses or work in the gig economy, the stress and financial uncertainty is even greater. When we don’t know what the future will hold, or are working in isolation, what can we do?

              Personas
                Videos
                The Explainer: How to Collaborate Effectively If Your Team Is Remote

                July 22, 2018

                Clarity and consistency are key. For more, read How to Collaborate Effectively If Your Team Is Remote.

                Videos

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                  COVID-2109 en Costa Rica

                  Plataforma digital creada en la UCR permite visualizar evolución del COVID-19, con datos obtenidos de los reportes del Ministerio de Salud Pública de Costa Rica

                  Centros de Información y Recursos
                  Centro de Información y Recursos Legales ante el COVID-19, Panamá

                  Fuente: Aries, Fabrega y Fabrega (ARIFA)

                  Centros de Información y Recursos
                  Coronavirus Research Database -- (ProQuest)

                  En respuesta a la creciente necesidad de contenido autorizado relacionado con el coronavirus (COVID-19), ProQuest está lanzando esta nueva Base de datos de investigación, la cual brinda a todos sus usuarios acceso al texto completo sin costo. El contenido cubre todas las facetas de COVID-19 y enfermedades infecciosas relacionadas. La base fue diseñada para ayudar a las bibliotecas a respaldar la investigación crucial que se necesita para combatir esta enfermedad, así como a la educación a distancia para sus clientes.

                  Bases de Datos
                  COVID-19: The impact on industry

                  A report by The Economist Intelligence Unit

                  The outbreak of a novel coronavirus in China is not only a threat for public health, but also for economic and business growth in the country and other parts of Asia.

                  Economía
                  Coronavirus: Aspectos Económicos y Financieros

                  Guía de Investigación
                  Por Antonio Acevedo, Director del Sistema de Bibliotecas, de INCAE Business School

                  Economía
                  ¿Cómo podría afectar COVID-19 la economía de América Latina y el Caribe?

                  Luis Felipe López-Calva, Subsecretario General Adjunto de la ONU y Director Regional de América Latina y el Caribe
                  11 de marzo de 2020

                  El brote del COVID-19 es una nueva potencial fuente de volatilidad y una amenaza para la estabilidad macroeconómica de América Latina y el Caribe. Si bien aún es pronto para comprender completamente su impacto en el crecimiento de China, y cómo se traducirá en una desaceleración en nuestra región, lo que sabemos hasta ahora es que el coronavirus se está propagando a un ritmo acelerado y ha provocado una interrupción de la actividad económica en China, ya que el gobierno ha limitado la movilidad dentro y fuera del país.

                  Economía
                  The economic effects of COVID-19 around the world

                  Rosamond Hutt, The Economic World Forum
                  17 Feb 2020

                  With more than 940,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, businesses are coping with lost revenue and disrupted supply chains as factory shutdowns and quarantine measures spread across the globe, restricting movement and business activity. Here are a few ways the outbreak is sending ripples around the world.

                  Economía
                  Economics in the Time of COVID-19

                  Edited by Richard Baldwin and Beatrice Weder di Mauro
                  A VoxEU.org Book CEPR Press

                  COVID-19 is spreading human suffering worldwide; that is what we should all be focused on. But we are not doctors. We are economists – and COVID-19 is most definitely spreading economic suffering worldwide. The virus may in fact be as contagious economically as it is medically.

                  Economía
                  COVID-19 and the world of work: Impact and policy responses

                  International Labour Organization (ILO) Note
                  18 March 2020

                  This note offers the ILO’s preliminary assessment concerning the possible impacts of COVID-19 on the world of work and proposes a range of policy options to mitigate these impacts and facilitate strong and fast recovery. We will update this note as new data and information become available in this rapidly evolving situation.

                  Economía
                  COVID-19: Briefing materials – Global Health & Crisis Response

                  McKinsey & Company
                   

                  COVID-19 is, first and foremost, a global humanitarian challenge. Thousands of health professionals are heroically battling the virus, putting their own lives at risk. Governments and industry are working together to understand and address the challenge, support victims and their families and communities, and search for treatments and a vaccine.

                  Economía
                  Q2 global forecast 2020: Coronavirus sinks global growth forecasts for 2020

                  The Economist |  Intelligence Unit

                  Economía
                  La Economía en los Tiempos del Covid-19

                  Banco Mundial | Open Knowledge Repository

                  Economía
                  América Latina y el Caribe ante la pandemia del COVID-19: efectos económicos y sociales

                  Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL)

                  Economía
                  Dimensionar los efectos del COVID-19 para pensar en la reactivación
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                  ¿Cómo proteger los ingresos y los empleos?: Posibles respuestas al impacto del coronavirus (COVID-19) en los mercados laborales de América Latina y el Caribe
                  Economía
                  La acción ciudadana es fundamental para la respuesta global a COVID-19
                  Economía
                  Coronavirus (COVID-19):Acciones conjuntas para ganar la guerra
                  Economía
                  Centroamérica prepara plan de recuperación, reconstrucción social y resiliencia ante COVID-19
                  Economía
                  El impacto del COVID-19 en las economías de la región (Región Andina)
                  Economía
                  Observatorio de la OIT: El COVID-19 y el mundo del trabajo. Tercera edición Estimaciones actualizadas y análisis
                  Economía
                  Qué sabemos del nuevo coronavirus y sus implicaciones económicas
                  Economía
                  COVID-19: Resumen de las principales medidas, acciones y políticas implementadas por los Estados miembros del SELA
                  Economía
                  SELA (Sistema Económico Latinoamericano y del Caribe) After the pandemic Economics Global The long-term consequences of COVID-19
                  Economía
                  Report on policies and actions taken against Covid-19 in 26 countries in the region
                  Economía
                  Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Financial System
                  Economía
                  Del confinamiento a la reapertura: Consideraciones estratégicas para el reinicio de las actividades en América Latina y el Caribe en el marco de la COVID-19
                  Economía
                  El impacto del COVID-19 en las economías de la región (Centroamérica)
                  Economía
                  Ensuring Integrity in Governments' Response to COVID-19
                  Economía
                  Q2 global forecast 2020: Coronavirus sinks global growth forecasts for 2020
                  Economía
                  Las oportunidades de la digitalización en América Latina frente al COVID-19

                  Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL)

                  Tecnología
                  Una vuelta al trabajo que garantice la seguridad y la salud durante la pandemia de COVID-19
                  Salud
                    Centros de Información y Recursos
                    COVID-2109 en Costa Rica

                    Plataforma digital creada en la UCR permite visualizar evolución del COVID-19, con datos obtenidos de los reportes del Ministerio de Salud Pública de Costa Rica

                    Centros de Información y Recursos
                    Centro de Información y Recursos Legales ante el COVID-19, Panamá

                    Fuente: Aries, Fabrega y Fabrega (ARIFA)

                    Centros de Información y Recursos
                      Bases de Datos
                      Coronavirus Research Database -- (ProQuest)

                      En respuesta a la creciente necesidad de contenido autorizado relacionado con el coronavirus (COVID-19), ProQuest está lanzando esta nueva Base de datos de investigación, la cual brinda a todos sus usuarios acceso al texto completo sin costo. El contenido cubre todas las facetas de COVID-19 y enfermedades infecciosas relacionadas. La base fue diseñada para ayudar a las bibliotecas a respaldar la investigación crucial que se necesita para combatir esta enfermedad, así como a la educación a distancia para sus clientes.

                      Bases de Datos
                        Economía
                        COVID-19: The impact on industry

                        A report by The Economist Intelligence Unit

                        The outbreak of a novel coronavirus in China is not only a threat for public health, but also for economic and business growth in the country and other parts of Asia.

                        Economía
                        Coronavirus: Aspectos Económicos y Financieros

                        Guía de Investigación
                        Por Antonio Acevedo, Director del Sistema de Bibliotecas, de INCAE Business School

                        Economía
                        ¿Cómo podría afectar COVID-19 la economía de América Latina y el Caribe?

                        Luis Felipe López-Calva, Subsecretario General Adjunto de la ONU y Director Regional de América Latina y el Caribe
                        11 de marzo de 2020

                        El brote del COVID-19 es una nueva potencial fuente de volatilidad y una amenaza para la estabilidad macroeconómica de América Latina y el Caribe. Si bien aún es pronto para comprender completamente su impacto en el crecimiento de China, y cómo se traducirá en una desaceleración en nuestra región, lo que sabemos hasta ahora es que el coronavirus se está propagando a un ritmo acelerado y ha provocado una interrupción de la actividad económica en China, ya que el gobierno ha limitado la movilidad dentro y fuera del país.

                        Economía
                        The economic effects of COVID-19 around the world

                        Rosamond Hutt, The Economic World Forum
                        17 Feb 2020

                        With more than 940,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19, businesses are coping with lost revenue and disrupted supply chains as factory shutdowns and quarantine measures spread across the globe, restricting movement and business activity. Here are a few ways the outbreak is sending ripples around the world.

                        Economía
                        Economics in the Time of COVID-19

                        Edited by Richard Baldwin and Beatrice Weder di Mauro
                        A VoxEU.org Book CEPR Press

                        COVID-19 is spreading human suffering worldwide; that is what we should all be focused on. But we are not doctors. We are economists – and COVID-19 is most definitely spreading economic suffering worldwide. The virus may in fact be as contagious economically as it is medically.

                        Economía
                        COVID-19 and the world of work: Impact and policy responses

                        International Labour Organization (ILO) Note
                        18 March 2020

                        This note offers the ILO’s preliminary assessment concerning the possible impacts of COVID-19 on the world of work and proposes a range of policy options to mitigate these impacts and facilitate strong and fast recovery. We will update this note as new data and information become available in this rapidly evolving situation.

                        Economía
                        COVID-19: Briefing materials – Global Health & Crisis Response

                        McKinsey & Company
                         

                        COVID-19 is, first and foremost, a global humanitarian challenge. Thousands of health professionals are heroically battling the virus, putting their own lives at risk. Governments and industry are working together to understand and address the challenge, support victims and their families and communities, and search for treatments and a vaccine.

                        Economía
                        Q2 global forecast 2020: Coronavirus sinks global growth forecasts for 2020

                        The Economist |  Intelligence Unit

                        Economía
                        La Economía en los Tiempos del Covid-19

                        Banco Mundial | Open Knowledge Repository

                        Economía
                        América Latina y el Caribe ante la pandemia del COVID-19: efectos económicos y sociales

                        Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL)

                        Economía
                        Dimensionar los efectos del COVID-19 para pensar en la reactivación
                        Economía
                        ¿Cómo proteger los ingresos y los empleos?: Posibles respuestas al impacto del coronavirus (COVID-19) en los mercados laborales de América Latina y el Caribe
                        Economía
                        La acción ciudadana es fundamental para la respuesta global a COVID-19
                        Economía
                        Coronavirus (COVID-19):Acciones conjuntas para ganar la guerra
                        Economía
                        Centroamérica prepara plan de recuperación, reconstrucción social y resiliencia ante COVID-19
                        Economía
                        El impacto del COVID-19 en las economías de la región (Región Andina)
                        Economía
                        Observatorio de la OIT: El COVID-19 y el mundo del trabajo. Tercera edición Estimaciones actualizadas y análisis
                        Economía
                        Qué sabemos del nuevo coronavirus y sus implicaciones económicas
                        Economía
                        COVID-19: Resumen de las principales medidas, acciones y políticas implementadas por los Estados miembros del SELA
                        Economía
                        SELA (Sistema Económico Latinoamericano y del Caribe) After the pandemic Economics Global The long-term consequences of COVID-19
                        Economía
                        Report on policies and actions taken against Covid-19 in 26 countries in the region
                        Economía
                        Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Financial System
                        Economía
                        Del confinamiento a la reapertura: Consideraciones estratégicas para el reinicio de las actividades en América Latina y el Caribe en el marco de la COVID-19
                        Economía
                        El impacto del COVID-19 en las economías de la región (Centroamérica)
                        Economía
                        Ensuring Integrity in Governments' Response to COVID-19
                        Economía
                        Q2 global forecast 2020: Coronavirus sinks global growth forecasts for 2020
                        Economía
                          Tecnología
                          Las oportunidades de la digitalización en América Latina frente al COVID-19

                          Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL)

                          Tecnología
                            Salud
                            Una vuelta al trabajo que garantice la seguridad y la salud durante la pandemia de COVID-19
                            Salud