Pandemic Aftermath: How Coronavirus Changes Global Society

· Atmosphere Press · Narrated by Trond Undheim
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A tour the force of contemporary social science, written by a futurist at the forefront of technology and change.

Pandemic Aftermath offers suggestions to remedy its consequences, or even enable segments of society to thrive on it. The first portion of the book is non-fiction. The second portion is a scenario-based novel, the book charts new territory by interweaving the grim reality of 2020 with a first-person exploration of the next decade as if we were already in it.

"The informative narrative is well-rounded and well-researched, and the conversational style is easily understood despite the technical jargon of the academic discourse."

-- US Review of Books


"Essential reading for anyone concerned about what that world will look like in the pandemic’s aftermath, and how to operate in today’s environment and survive it. [...]

-- D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review


"[...] a read that provides a bounty of information and certainly a large dose of ‘food for thought.’"

-- Feathered Quill

Trond Arne Undheim is a futurist, speaker, entrepreneur and former director of MIT Startup Exchange, based outside of Boston. Trained as a social scientist with a career in technology and innovation, he is the CEO and cofounder of Yegii, a search engine for industry professionals, providing collective intelligence. Trond holds a PhD on the future of work and artificial intelligence and cognition. Undheim is the author of Leadership From Below (2008) and Disruption Games (2020). His next book will be on the future of technology.

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