Some additional thoughts from IE-scholars members:

I believe the COVID-19 crisis will increase the popularity of studies on the factors that enable organizations to deal effectively with environmental jolts.

When the crisis is over, we may extract potentially valuable lessons on the features of those firms that survived or even expanded during the crisis.

Other than purely industry-specific factors, there may be other characteristics such as adaptability (for example to work remotely or to protect employees), agility, or the availability of firm-specific survival capabilities or resources. For example, the availability of higher survivability capital from managers, or maybe higher level of collaborative intensity with other firms, higher business diversification, etc.  In short, I believe that after COVID-19 crisis, management researchers in IE will be more eager than before to know which features enable firms to perform better in highly unstable and challenging contexts.