This study focuses on blockchain technology for healthcare management, disruption management of food supply chains, human resource management, modern education and certification and governance and administration.
Taab Ahmad Samad, University of Birmingham Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Yusra Qamar, Lecturer, Jindal Global Business School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India.
While the world grappled with the COVID-19 pandemic and its externalities, scientists have recommended that the global community brace against potential future pandemics. The need to build resilient systems has never been this urgent. The world, especially emerging economies, faces acute food insecurity, high food prices, failing health infrastructure and rampant misinformation spread, among others.
Since blockchain technology (BCT) has been discussed in the supply chain resilience context, and it offers the potential to develop resilient systems, we aim to outline the potential of BCT to help build resilience against ongoing and future pandemics. Mainly, we focus on BCT for healthcare management, disruption management of food supply chains, human resource management, modern education and certification and governance and administration.
Published in: Fostering Sustainable Development in the Age of Technologies
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