A Post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery Model: The national domestic economic auto-sustainability Model (NDEAS-Model)

Authors

  • Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada Universiti Malaya

Keywords:

Economic Simulation, Massive Pandemics, COVID-19, Policy Modelling, Food Security

Abstract

The significant damage of COVID-19 on the world economy forces us to reconsider a deep
restructuration domestically and internationally in the next few years. This paper suggests a
Post-COVID-19 reconstruction model is called “The National Domestic Economic AutoSustainability Model (NDEAS-Model).” The NDEAS-Model proposes four economic
platforms: (i) the domestic education and technical training standardization platform (P1); (ii)
the domestic productive infrastructure and transportation platform (P2); (iii) the selective
strategic trade, investment, and tourism protection platform (P3); (iv) the environmental and
natural resources management platform (P4). The main objective of NDEAS-Model is to avoid
imported massive pandemic diseases, non-sustainable and weak food security platforms, and
job diversion, respectively.

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Author Biography

Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada, Universiti Malaya

Social Wellbeing Research Centre (SWRC)
University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Published

2021-01-01

How to Cite

Estrada, M. A. R. (2021). A Post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery Model: The national domestic economic auto-sustainability Model (NDEAS-Model). AEI INSIGHTS, 7(1), 37–46. Retrieved from https://ejournal.um.edu.my/index.php/AEIINSIGHTS/article/view/31631