Asymmetry: The Disproportionate Effects of Covid-19 on Women

The invasive nature of the Covid-19 pandemic does not rest solely on biological factors: it has abruptly influenced vital areas of our existence, such as education, employment, and family life. Although the virus itself can spread equally amongst individuals, women worldwide have experienced more social and economic disadvantages as a result of the pandemic than

Eurobonds: strife in the union

From the moment the first coronavirus cases where reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan, many realized that its impact on the world’s economy would be astronomical. Some warned their respective countries – few warnings were heeded, but they were proven right by the rapid and uncontrolled expansion of the virus worldwide. Most states were