It is increasingly evident that the coronavirus disease, COVID-19, is more than a health problem; it is and will continue to adversely affect work and workplaces, education, families and social engagements, political and environmental dimensions, and financial indicators. Apart from its health ramifications, the crisis is revealing serious challenges in the global supply chain. Those difficulties are, at least in part, consequences of unwise, short-sighted business decisions made over the course of decades to outsource and downsize.
Pourdehnad, John; Starr, Larry M.; Koerwer, Venard Scott; and McCloskey, Harry, "Disruptive Effects of the Coronavirus – Errors of Commission and of Omission?" (2020). School of Continuing and Professional Studies Coronavirus Papers. Paper 2.