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COVID answers in Scientific Journals all over the world

Publishing House: Liverpool University Press
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1 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Pandemic economics: The global response to Covid-19 Michael Roberts
2 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Viet Nam in the fight against Covid-19
3 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Roundtable discussion: Organising cleaners in the context of Covid-19 Heather Wakefield, Helen O’Connor, Marjorie Mayo, Jonathan White
4 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Covid-19 and mutual aid: Prefigurative approaches to caring? Marjorie Mayo
5 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Covid-19 and public health Allyson M. Pollock, Louisa Harding-Edgar
6 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Covid-19 and social care: Union strategies to reshape a dysfunctional sector Kevan Nelson
7 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Cuba and the Covid-19 pandemic Bob Oram
8 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Workers, trade unions and labour law post Covid-19: Time to seize the moment Carolyn Jones
9 [GO] Theory & Struggle 2021―Jun―16 Food, diet and the pandemic Kate Bayliss, Ben Fine
10 [GO] Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 2021―May―05 Being a Crip Professor in the Time of Covid-19 A Modern Game of Medieval Chess? Miriamne Ara Krummel
11 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 The city of (dis-)trust: balconies, the biopoliticised self and the new everyday governmentality of the public space in Madrid in times of COVID-19 Begoña Aramayona, Jordi Nofre
12 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Planning for sociable green spaces after COVID-19 Nicola Dempsey, Julian Dobson
13 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 How do we do culture next? Cultural districts in times of COVID-19 Vilma Jurkute
14 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 The surprising availability of cycling and walking infrastructure through COVID-19 Richard Dunning, Alexander Nurse
15 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Parks, COVID-19 and the impact of austerity funding on public-service provision in a time of crisis Ian Mell
16 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 COVID-19 and the public transport conundrum in India Darshini Mahadevia, Chandrima Mukhopadhyay
17 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Water equity, COVID-19 and the role of US cities and states Mildred E. Warner, Marcela González Rivas, Xue Zhang
18 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Vulnerable individuals and institutions: the double territorial burden of COVID-19 in Chile Giovanni Vecchio, Ignacio Tiznado-Aitken, Stefan Steiniger
19 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Fostering preparedness for COVID-19 in cities: how cities can support the healthcare system by efficiently managing emergency funding Stella Manika
20 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Ageism, overlapping vulnerabilities and equity in the COVID-19 pandemic Frances Darlington-Pollock, Les Dolega, Richard Dunning
21 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Informal food systems and differential mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic in Arequipa, Peru Aaron Malone, Yezelia Danira Cáceres Cabana, Anabel Taya Zegarra
22 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 ‘Being close, yet being distanced’: observations on how the COVID-19 pandemic might affect urban interaction Markus Weinig, Alain Thierstein
23 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 The COVID-19 pandemic: impetus for place- and people-based infrastructure planning Martina Schorn, Yvonne Franz, Elisabeth Gruber, Alois Humer
24 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Ageing and digital technology in the COVID-19 response Belinda Yuen
25 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 COVID-19, second homes and the challenge for rural amenity areas Nick Gallent, Iqbal Hamiduddin
26 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 COVID-19, spatio-epidemiology and urban planning William Otchere-Darko
27 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Strategies in Brazilian informal settlements: fighting COVID-19 towards urban resilience Lara Furtado
28 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Urban mobility after COVID-19: a developing-country perspective Ela Babalık
29 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 The fight of Chinese ‘grass-roots’ individuals against the pandemic of COVID-19: reflections upon local collectivism within Chinese gated urban neighbourhoods Tang Le, Bertie Dockerill
30 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Planning and informal food traders under COVID-19: the South African case Caroline Skinner, Vanessa Watson
31 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Rethinking urbanisation after COVID-19: what role for the EU cohesion policy? Giancarlo Cotella, Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone
32 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Pandemics and planning: immediate-, medium- and long(er)-term implications of the current coronavirus crisis on planning in Britain Charles Goode
33 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Hope and despair at the time of pandemic Simin Davoudi, Emma Ormerod
34 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 What is the future of public space? Hidden stories of immigrant suburbs during a global pandemic Zhixi Cecilia Zhuang, Sara Edge, Jennifer Dean
35 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Spies, viruses and vaporetti: how the pandemic increases distances in the Venice lagoon Ludovico Centis
36 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Governing the pandemic: democracy at the time of emergency Emma Ormerod, Simin Davoudi
37 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Participation and the pandemic: how planners are keeping democracy alive, online Dan Milz, Curt D. Gervich
38 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―21 Pandemics, planning and property Harvey Jacobs, Benjamin Davy, Sony Pellissery
39 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Housing quality, permitted development and the role of regulation after COVID-19 Manuela Madeddu, Ben Clifford
40 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Planning for the temporary: temporary urbanism and public space in a time of COVID-19 Lisa Law, Simona Azzali, Sheila Conejos
41 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Housing: Shrinking homes, COVID-19 and the challenge of homeworking Philip Hubbard, Jon Reades, Hendrik Walter
42 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 The failure of urban forms under the COVID-19 epidemic: towards a more just urbanism Yosef Jabareen, Efrat Eizenberg
43 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Forced homeward: the COVID-19 implications for housing Anupam Nanda, Sotirios Thanos, Eero Valtonen, Yishuang Xu, Razieh Zandieh
44 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Towards resilient cities that care: imagining more equitable and sustainable urban futures after the COVID-19 pandemic Ihnji Jon
45 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Urban form: Realising the value of green space: a planners’ perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic Negar Ahmadpoor, Sina Shahab
46 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 The COVID-19 pandemic in informal settlements: (re)considering urban planning interventions Uchendu Eugene Chigbu, Victor Udemezue Onyebueke
47 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Putting the COVID-19 pandemic into perspective: urban planning scholars react to a changed world Bertie Dockerill, Daniel Baldwin Hess, Alex Lord, John Sturzaker, Olivier Sykes
48 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Tackling the invisible during COVID-19 urban prevention: insights on housing and mobility in Maputo, Mozambique Anna Mazzolini, Valeria Fedeli, Grazia Concilio, Joaquin Romero de Tejada
49 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Decoding Syrian refugees’ COVID-19 vulnerability in informal tented settlements: a community-/refugee-led approach to mitigate a pandemic outbreak Paul Moawad, Lauren Andres
50 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Temporary urban uses in response to COVID-19: bolstering resilience via short-term experimental solutions Iain Deas, Michael Martin, Stephen Hincks
51 [GO] Town Planning Review 2021―Jan―04 Why ‘now’ is an important moment in history: coronavirus and the refigured mobility of the world Ayham Dalal
52 [GO] The Indexer The International Journal of Indexing 2020―Dec―16 COVID-19 and the freelance book indexer: a preliminary analysis Ann Kingdom
53 [GO] European Journal of Language Policy 2020―Nov―02 Languages and the coronavirus crisis Michael Kelly


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