COVID-19 impact on e.commerce usage

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Antanas Usas
Edmundas Jasinskas
Viktoriia Zagurska-Antoniuk
Vladyslav Savitskyi
Pavlina Fuhelo
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Online stores, ad portals, shopping apps have become part of everyday life in 2020-2021. The Covid-19 epidemic has rapidly forced numerous entities (public, business, and private) to become predominantly oriented to electronic commerce in the last few months (Pejić-Bach, 2021). Business in the online space faces new challenges that require additional knowledge and skills.  The object of the research is the assessment how covid-19 impact on ecommerce usage in Lithuania. The aim of the work is to examine ecommerce usage in Lithuania during covid-19 pandemic. Methods: scientific literature analysis, statistical data analysis.  Businesses had to offer a wider range of services in order to survive. The issue of cybersecurity has grown. Consumers have also reacted ambiguously to this situation. Not only are economic factors that determine the frequency or quantity of consumer purchases distinguished, but also social and psychological factors, such as loss of motivation or apathy. The vast majority of Lithuanian shoppers were selling local online shops. The amount of money spent on online shopping has also increased. The pandemic has increased the scope of ecommerce and the range of services in Lithuania despite the deteriorating economic and social situation.


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Antanas Usas, Lithuanian Sport university

Ph.D. student in Economics. Sports and Tourism management departament, Kaunas. His area of research is website quality assessment and sport management. Skilled in innovation management, research and development and implementation, requirements analysis. Strong ICT and innovation professional. He teaches disciplines: sport finance, e-tourism, sport and tourism management, sport economics. Scientific interests: Sport management, sport economics, website quality assessment. 

Edmundas Jasinskas, Lithuanian Sport university

Professor, Ph.D. in Social Sciences, Economics. His area to research is Innovation management, sport and tourism economics, sustainable development. He teaches disciplines: sport and tourism management, sport economics, sport finance. Scientific interests: Economics, Innovation, sustainable development. 

Viktoriia Zagurska-Antoniuk, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University

Doctor of Science in Public Administration, Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Security, Public Administration and Administration of the Faculty of Public Administration and Law Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University. Lecturer of the following subjects: Political science, Political management, PR, Innovative practices in public authorities. Scientific interests: political management and PR, public administration of national security, geopolitics and international relations.

Vladyslav Savitskyi, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University

Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor of Economic Security, Public Administration and Administration Department. Lecturer of the following subjects: Scientific interests: audit and auditing activities, audit in the public sector, internal control, and internal audit in the public sector.

Pavlina Fuhelo, State Agrarian and Engineering University in Podilya

Ph.D. (Economics), Associate Professor has been working at the Department of Finance, Banking and Electronic Payment Systems State Agrarian and Engineering University in Podilia. She teaches disciplines taught ″Financial controlling″, ″State financial control″, ″Budget management″. Scientific interests: state regulation of financial and economic activity; audit in the system of public financial control. 


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