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What Does Europe’s Future Economy of the Common Good Look Like? Join Our Dialogue on Monday

This upcoming Monday the closing dialogue will take place of our series on the future of capitalism. Topic will be a more just and sustainable economic model for Europe, with this time four guests from four different European countries: Luis Garicano (Spain), Dalia Marin (Austria/Germany), Lucrezia Reichlin (Italy), and Geert Noels (Belgium). Can we develop a serious economic alternative for the Chinese and American model? Can we, despite the different cultures and countries we come from, find uniting ground for a European economic model? We cordially invite you to join the dialogue and submit your questions!

Can a Different Market Economy Work in Practice? Recording of the Live Cast Now Available

The recording of our live cast on whether a different market economy can work in practice (16 November) with economist Luigi Zingales and economic refomer Christian Felber is now available. The interview with Zingales and the interview with Felber, part of the episode, are also available as separate videos.

Can A Different Market Economy Work in Practice? Tonight in Dialogue: Christian Felber & Luigi Zingales

Our guests in today’s online dialogue of the Future Markets Consultation are Christian Felber and Luigi Zingales. Felber is among others the founder of Economy for the Common Good, a social movement advocating an alternative economic model. Zingales co-developed the Financial Trust Index, designed to monitor the level of trust that Americans have toward their financial system and is critical of monopolies dominating today’s economy. Topic of discussion – you are cordially invited to join at 18.30 CET – is whether a different market economy can work in practice.

‘Don’t Be Evil’ Author Rana Foroohar in Monday’s Dialogue

Google was founded with the corporate motto: ‘Don’t be evil.’ Now that phrase serves as the title of a new book that explores how Big Tech has strayed from its original path and exploited its users in the process. Rana Foroohar, author of Don’t Be Evil: How Big Tech Betrayed Its Founding Principles – and All of Us, joined CBSN to discuss the industry’s powerful impact on society.” This upcoming Monday Foroohar is one of the guests in next online dialogue of the Future Markets Consultation, this time on the topic of the new corporate power concentrations.

Aligning Economies Worldwide to End Poverty – Recording Live Cast Now Available

The recording of our live cast on aligning economies worldwide to end poverty (26 October) with economists Jeffrey Sachs and Muhammad Yunus is is now available. The interview with Sachs and the interview with Yunus, part of the episode, are also available as separate videos.

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