Ndikimi Socio-Ekonomik i Pandemisë në Kosovë
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Ndikimi Socio-Ekonomik i Pandemisë në Kosovë

Shkurt 2022

Efektet socio-ekonomike të Covid-19 në Kosovë jane evidente që nga marsi i vitit 2020, kur u morën masat e para nga qeveria, e deri më tani në vitin 2022.
Ky studim ndihmon për të pasqyruar se si kjo periudhë është kuptuar ekonomikisht dhe socialisht në Kosovë pothuajse dy vjet pas fillimit të pandemisë. Qëllimi i këtij punimi është të lehtësojë një komunikim më të mirë ndërmjet perceptimeve të qytetarëve dhe politikave institucionale në mënyrë që të ndikojë në vendimmarrje të hapur, transparente dhe demokratike.
Është e pamohueshme që pandemia ka pasur një ndikim të thellë në Kosovë, por është e nevojshme të përpiqemi të kuantifikojmë ndikimin e saj. Fakti që nuk e dimë se sa do të zgjasë pandemia, dhe aq më tepër tronditja që po përballon ekonomia globale dhe efektet sistematike që pasojnë, e bëjnë të vështirë reflektimin dhe parashikimin e saktë nëse kjo situatë do të vazhdojë. Në mënyrë të pashmangshme, pandemia do të ketë pasoja të shumta shumë kohë pas përfundimit të shpërthimit.
Me në metodologji të përzier - kuantitative dhe kualitative - të dhënat nga ky hulumtim paraqesin politikat e qeverive të Republikës së Kosovës, masa që drejtpërdrejtë ishin reflektuar tek punëtorët, duke goditur kështu të ardhurat, konsumin në treg dhe duke cenuar mirëqenien e shoqërisë.
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