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Workshop description

Just as how the corona got global precedence due to its spread, a collaborative phenomenon thanks to lack of reactions, causing the financial world to realize a gradual and possible a global collapse. We can not only mitigate the spread of the corona but also learn from history to innovate solutions to the current and upcoming issues of the post-corona-crisis.


Scholars like Michael Stankosky and Carolyn R. Baldanza, state “Einstein himself collaborated with many other physicists and mathematicians. Without them, he may have never had his “eureka” moment” and “many great innovations come at the boundaries of disciplines” in their book “21 for 21 Leading the 21st Century Global Enterprise.” This proves the vitality of collaboration. Innovation can harness solutions for the current of post-corona-crisis, and can improve, if not mitigate the perceived global financial crisis of tomorrow,


We should take into consideration the current models with their implementations, to assess how they react in an uncoordinated manner, seeming unsustainable during the corona situation. Such models need a revaluation at an inter/national level in the financial sector which remains on the debt instruments, while the world is now going through a reset. Scholars stress the limitations of such models, being just short-term solutions. As the corona pandemic goes global the world relying heavily on the Internet. However, industry 4.0 is in dire need of a long-term perspective, by reconsidering tried and true models, which work in one discipline but not yet applied in other disciplines. As scholars report, many models are now questioned for their reliability, as such models need reviewing from the lens of the financial sector to better harness the e-banking platform for the post-corona-crisis.


Banks have become ever more important, as e-banks, when the world adopted the work-at-home model where, though physical banks close during the lockdown, virtually their existence keeps the business going. Furthermore, literature stresses the vitality of innovations such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, business analytics, blockchain, cloud systems for their rewards within the world wide web, but literature shies away from empirically evidencing their active role. This also reveals evidence that is ever more needed now to fight the global COVID pandemic.

Aim & Scope

This workshop discusses those emerging realities which will require inter-disciplinary models as a sustainable solution to tackle the economic crisis following the post-corona-crisis, which is when banks will play a pivotal role in stabilizing the economic, social and cultural and healthcare systems. This issue aims to discuss a synergic coherence of a wide variety of technological enablement for models, which could also address our fourth industrial revolution. It will be detrimental if scholars are unable to redesign policies while keeping tomorrow in mind. This is why this workshop is geared to participants who would like to or are contributing towards the special issue's calls for inter-disciplinary models, particularly empirically evidencing, a holistic converge to form a “competitive collaboration” as stated by Stankosky and Baldanza, for a long-term model so e-governance can streamline its regulations for tomorrow’s industry 6.0 where the world will look to global intelligence. Scholars slowly realize that a major problem-solution is possible when many areas are accounted for, as ample innovations arise from the boundaries of disciplines. In addition, innovation is needed since e-banking, mobile banking, distributed ledger, and cloud systems are bound to revolutionize the fourth industrial revolution and bring a plethora of novel solutions for the post-corona-era.

Topics include, but not limited to

  • Interoperability of cross-disciplinary models for a heterogeneous architecture.

  • Cross-cultural and cross-boundary issues pertaining to the financial situation in the fourth industrial revolution.

  • Emotional and global intelligence to enable e-banking/ mobile on an enterprise-level to tackle COVID.

  • Industry 4.0 to 6.0 towards global intelligence and sustainability.

  • Social networks and big data for Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things enabling information systems the fourth industrial revolution to tackle COVID.

  • The implication of digital transformation on the financial industry

  • Tackling COVID financial distresses through collaborative knowledge management tools.

  • E-Governance and E-Governments issues correlated with e-Banking to aid in Industry-4 challenges heightened during the COVID period.

  • Application of supply chain management, agility, integration, performance, etc., within all sectors using e-banking.

  • Security, scalability, efficiency digital banking concerns during the COVID situation.

  • Regulatory issues for mobile/e-banking

  • Block-chain effects on traditional banking during catastrophic situations like COVID

  • From traditional IT infrastructure to cloud computing in financial systems.

  • Analytical approaches in analyzing the impact of Corona Epidemic 

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