The Future of Work and Cities: Will More People Live in Cities than Today? – A Fictitious Look Back from the Year 2035

2020 and 2021 marked a turning point worldwide: the corona pandemic had left a lasting mark on people at the time, severely restricting the possibilities for physical exchange for a time and thus leading to a digitalization push in many areas.

U.S. economy: The recovery continues, but high growth rates are over for the moment

The U.S. economy experienced a strong summer. However, the pandemic is not over yet, which dampens economic growth.

U.S. economy: The recovery continues, but the pandemic is not over yet

The U.S. economy experiences a strong summer. However, the pandemic is not over yet.

What caught my eye: Climate change and international trade, instant cross-border payments, regulating big techs in finance, and much more…

Is it a good idea to tackle climate change with a carbon border adjustment mechanism?