The Effect of the Financial Crisis on Corporal Well-Being: Apparent Impact Matters: Assessment of Contagion to Developing Economies

  • Muhammad Shoaib Khan PhD Scholar, Department of Economics, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
  • Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Rahpoto Professor, Department of Economics, Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur
  • Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Mangnejo Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Shaikh Ayaz University, Shikarpur
Keywords: Account; Monetary emergency; Wellbeing; Salaries; Tension JEL. H22, E21, O47

Abstract

The effect of the monetary emergency on wellbeing (N = 312) is analyzed. Intra-singular setoffs, slant and quadratic parameters catching pay patterns, abstract monetary position, and saw worry during the time of physical wellbeing controlling the gauge wellbeing. For those encountering a decrease in money related status, a lessening in monetary status, and an expansion in saw pressure, they foresee more unfortunate wellbeing; neither the budgetary circumstance nor saw pressure predicts the soundness of the individuals who don't encounter this decay. Although we cannot meddle with relevant factors, for example, the monetary emergency, wellbeing results can be improved by focusing on the apparent effect and feelings of anxiety in individuals who feel influenced.

Published
2020-09-30
How to Cite
Muhammad Shoaib Khan, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem Rahpoto, & Dr. Ghulam Muhammad Mangnejo. (2020). The Effect of the Financial Crisis on Corporal Well-Being: Apparent Impact Matters: Assessment of Contagion to Developing Economies. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review (RJSSER), 1(3), 232-238. https://doi.org/10.36902/rjsser-vol1-iss3-2020(232-238)