APRIL 16, 2020

An analysis of the economic situation and the way out of the Corona crisis.

The pandemic has plunged Germany into the biggest economic crisis since the founding of the Federal Republic. How quickly will the crisis be overcome and how will our economy be changed by the crisis? Will globalization be pushed back, automation accelerated? And will the crisis mean that the government will have a stronger influence on the economy in future than it has so far? These questions are of great importance for the country's prosperity and future economic development.

Prof. Dr. Monika Schnitzer

Monika Schnitzer is Professor of Economics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. Her research areas are innovation, competition policy and multinational corporations. She was chair of the Verein für Sozialpolitik, the Association of German-speaking Economists, and visiting professor at Boston University, MIT, Stanford University, Yale University, University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard University.

Monika Schnitzer has been advising the Federal Government for 20 years, also as a member of the Scientific Advisory Council of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy and as Deputy Chair of the Expert Commission on Research and Innovation. Since April 2020 she has been a member of the German Council of Economic Experts, one of the five "economic wise men".


From 5.30 | Admission and Get Together

6.30 pm - 6.40  pm | Welcome by Korbinian Kohler

6.40 pm – 7 pm | Introduction by Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Vossenkuhl

7 pm - 7.45 pm | Impulse Lecture Guest Speaker

7.45 pm - 8.15 pm | Discussion

8.15 – 8.30 | Sake Highball Aperitif in the MIZU Bar

8.30  pm – Midnight | Dinner seated with the Speaker, Patron and the Host. 4 Course Menu with Wine Accompaniment 190 Euro

Hotel guests and external guests can attend the lecture free of charge until about 8.15 pm.

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