The year 2023 is marked by the previous crises: Pandemic, Russia's invasion of Ukraine and inflation have shaped global economic development. Although initial concerns about a severe recession have been alleviated, the political pressure to act in Germany and Europe remains. At the same time, we are experiencing a reorganisation of the world markets, at the latest since the Russian war of aggression. So what does the economic policy future of European democracies look like in the context of the "poly-crisis"? Are we experiencing a new phase of globalisation? Or even a deglobalisation? And which drivers of a recession can be avoided or mitigated by monetary and fiscal policy measures?
Anna Herrhausen and Andreas Dombret discuss the consequences of the invasion and a new political and economic world order in the next ThinkForwards podcast. How do the turning of the times and resilient economic development go together? Under what conditions can digitalisation and climate protection succeed in permanent crisis mode?
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Prof Andreas Dombret is Global Senior Advisor at Oliver Wyman, a leading global consulting firm. From 2010 to 2018 he was a member of the Executive Board of the Deutsche Bundesbank and in the meantime represented Germany on the Council of European Banking Supervisors within the ECB. Andreas Dombret teaches at Columbia University in New York and the European Business School (EBS) in Wiesbaden.
Dr Anna Herrhausen is Executive Director of the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft and Head of the Arts and Culture Department at Deutsche Bank. She studied philosophy, political science, economics and international affairs at Oxford and Columbia University, New York and holds a PhD by the Freie Universität Berlin.
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