The CoRisk-Index: a data-mining approach to identify industry-specific risk perceptions related to Covid-19

  title={The CoRisk-Index: a data-mining approach to identify industry-specific risk perceptions related to Covid-19},
  author={Fabian Stephany and Leonie Neuh{\"a}user and Niklas Stoehr and Philipp Darius and Ole Teutloff and Fabian Braesemann},
  journal={Humanities and Social Sciences Communications},
The global spread of Covid-19 has caused major economic disruptions. Governments around the world provide considerable financial support to mitigate the economic downturn. However, effective policy responses require reliable data on the economic consequences of the corona pandemic. We propose the CoRisk -Index: a real-time economic indicator of corporate risk perceptions related to Covid-19. Using data mining, we analyse all reports from US companies filed since January 2020, representing more… 
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