The New Common - Aarts Emile (Curatore); Fleuren Hein (Curatore); Sitskoorn Margriet (Curatore); Wilthagen Ton (Curatore) | Libro Springer 03/2021 - HOEPLI.it


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The New Common How the COVID-19 Pandemic is Transforming Society

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Lingua: Inglese
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Pubblicazione: 03/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021





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This open access book presents the scientific views of some fifty experts on how they believe the COVID-19 pandemic is currently affecting society, and how it will continue to do so in the years to come. Using the concept of a “common” (in the sense of common values, common places, common goods, and common sense), they elaborate on the transition from an Old Common to a New Common. In carefully crafted chapters, the authors address expected shifts in major fields like health, education, finance, business, work, and citizenship, applying concepts from law, psychology, economics, sociology, religious studies, and computer science to do so. Many of the authors anticipate an acceleration of the digital transformation in the forthcoming years, but at the same time, they argue that a successful shift to a new common can only be achieved by re-evaluating life on our planet, strengthening resilience at an individual level, and assuming more responsibility at a societal level.






Sommario

The Dawn of a New Common.- Covidspiracy: Old Wine in New Barrels?.- Do Not Pass Up the Opportunity!.- Internet Access as an Essential Social Good.- In-Work Poverty in Times of COVID-19.- Being a Collective Jeremiah.- COVID-19 and the Secular Theodicy.- Online Proctoring Put to the Test.- Experiences of People With an Intellectual Disability, Their Relatives and Support Staff With COVID-19: The Value of Vital Supportive Relationships.- Labor Supply and Well-Being During the Early Stages of the COVID-19 Crisis in the Netherlands: Lessons from Microdata.- The Economy, Nature, and the Meaning of Life After the Coronavirus Crisis.- Litigating the Crisis: Towards a Rebalancing of the Rights of Investors versus Public Interest?.- Plus Ça Change ...? How the COVID-19 Crisis May Lead to a Revaluation of the Local.- Perspectives on the Common: The Input of Literature.- Shaping the Post-COVID 19 Agenda: A Call for Responsible Leadership.- The Sciences During the New Common: A Missed Opportunity?.- Growing Up in Times of COVID-19: When a Window of Opportunity Is Temporarily Closed.- To Solve the Coronavirus Crisis: Click Here.- The Comeback of the Old Theological Narratives During the Coronavirus Crisis: A Critical Reflection.- Rethinking Education in a Crisis: How New Is a New Common Really?.- Involve Residents to Ensure Person-Centered Nursing Home Care During Crises Like the COVID-19 Outbreak.- Crisis Information Management: From Technological Potential to Societal Impact.- Efficient Scientific Self-Correction in Times of Crisis.- Fortified Nudges? Protecting the Vulnerable in a Post-COVID Society.- Can AI Help to Avert the Environmental Great Filter?.- Values and Principles as Cornerstones of a Renewed Normal.- A New Democratic Norm(al)? Political Legitimacy Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic.- Balancing Public Health and Economic Interests Whilst Creating New Opportunities for Labor Migrants.- Is COVID-19 a Crime? A Criminological Perspective.- There's an App for That: Technological Solutionism as COVID-19 Policy in the Global North.- Fast Forward Science: Risks and Benefits in the Rapid Science of COVID-19.- Afterword by Wim van de Donk.




Autore

Emile Aarts is a Professor of Computer Science at Tilburg University (The Netherlands). After completion of his academic studies at Radboud University Nijmegen and Groningen University, he joined Philips Research in 1983 where he worked in various research and management positions until he was appointed in 2009 as Chief Scientific Officer. In 2012 he left Philips to resume a full-time academic career as dean of the faculty of Mathematics and Computing Science of the Eindhoven University of Technology.  From 2015 until 2019 he has been the rector of Tilburg University. Emile Aarts is an experienced and highly-cited scientist. He is the co-author of 20 books and more than 250 scientific papers. His most influential work is on local search, a branch of mathematical optimization that has a broad application in engineering, management sciences, and artificial intelligence. 

Hein Fleuren is a Professor of Business Analytics and Operations Research (BA/OR) in Logistics at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and is the Co-Founder and Director of the Zero Hunger Lab where Data Science helps to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 2 – Zero Hunger by 2030. In 2010, Hein changed his research focus to humanitarian supply chains because the same business analytics methods can be used with financial benefits for a company as well as for humanity as a whole. Together with his Master’s thesis students, Hein has initiated a research program at the United Nations – World Food Programme (WFP). This research has contributed a lot to the efficiency of the food supply chains of the WFP and the impact is huge. In 2012, Hein was part of the winning TNT Express team of the prestigious Franz Edelman award in Los Angeles with Tilburg University. In 2018, Hein, together with his Ph.D. researcher Koen Peters, won the DCHI Award for Humanitarian Innovation. He has previously worked for Philips Electronics, Deutsche Post AG, and TNT Express. Hein Fleuren’s main specialization is transport & distribution and in particular express networks.

Margriet Sitskoorn is a Full Professor in Clinical Neuropsychology at Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and is registered as a Clinical Neuropsychologist, Specialist BIG registration. She is the program leader Health & Wellbeing of the Impact program of Tilburg University. This program connects researchers from various fields to partners outside academia to gain new insights and solutions for the complex challenges of the 21st century. She represents Tilburg University within the VSNU Digital Society program Health & Wellbeing. Margriet Sitskoorn has published more than 100 international and national articles, books, and book chapters, and her books have been translated into several languages. Her main scientific interest is in experience-based neuroplasticity. This research focuses on the potential to regulate and capitalize on neuroplasticity in humans through cognitive, behavioral, and environmental stimulation. She is the author of several bestsellers: her book Hersenhack (2019) focuses on how the dissemination of information in the digital world can lead to personal and global problems.

Ton Wilthagen is a Full Professor in Institutional and Legal Aspects of the Labor Market at Tilburg University (The Netherlands). He is the leader of the theme ‘Empowering the Resilient Society’ of the Social Impact program of Tilburg University. He is also a member of the Social Sciences Council of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, the figurehead of the ‘Resilient Societies’ program of the Dutch National Science Agenda, the Tilburg University representative for the Digital Society program ‘Citizenship and Democracy of the association of Dutch Universities, and recently was a Fellow at the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies in Amsterdam. Ton Wilthagen has published and taught extensively on the themes of flexicurity, transitional labor markets, inclusive labor markets, life-course approaches, industrial relations, and regional labor market policy. He has been involved in many European-scale research projects, commissioned among other things by the European Commission, the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the OECD, and the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions.








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ISBN:

9783030653545

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 385 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:2 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 226
Pagine Romane: xxi






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