Tunisia as a central entrepreneurial hub in the Maghreb
Introduction Entrepreneurship is growing immensely across the world. In fact, many economies witnessed a shift from the managed…
Is COVID-19 a positive idiosyncrasy on the socio-economic scale in the Maghreb countries?
COVID-19 posed an unexpected global threat. Indeed, it has spiked a drastic economic downturn in such a short period of time through border closures, prophylactic isolation, social distance, brutal travel inhibition, etc. It has also caused a drastic economic recession in such a short period of time. Moreover, the surge in the use of medicines in hospitals has stimulated a production shortfall in order to meet the needs of the sick. Adverse effects on global health systems with a ripple effect on all aspects of human life as we know it. Sohrabi et al. highlighted the magnitude of the epidemic, as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the pandemic a global emergency on 30 January 2020.