The Great Reset: Legal Perspective and its Development
Guntur, Jeremy Abraham
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COVID-19 Pandemic has led to several long-term consequences in many aspects of life and will exacerbate the global crisis that was already underway. The World Economic Forum has launched its newest program called The Great Reset in response to the situation in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Great Reset is a concept introduced by Professor Klaus Schwab and Thierry Malleret that explained in order to achieve a better outcome, the world must jointly and swiftly act together to identify the challenges and solutions toward human interactions after the COVID-19 Pandemic. Such interactions include economic, social, public security, and also the law. Law has developed further since the rise of the pandemic and it threatening the legality of the enforcement including the right and obligation of the respective authority and institutions. How does The Great Reset impacting the law and how do we respond to it? This paper aims to discover the challenges as well as the solutions from the perspective of law and its development from the impact of The Great Reset. We will use quantitative methods of research including case analysis, statutory study, and correlational research to make sure the legality and comprehensiveness of the paper. Other methods that are needed will also be utilized to make sure that every aspect is covered in this paper. It is hoped that this paper will be used for the greater good of the world, especially in the perspective of law by finding the right solutions for the right challenges in response to the condition in the midst of pandemic.
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