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.

What caught my eye: Why working from home will stick, central bank swap lines, and does the financial sector serve the economy

What caught my eye: Why working from home will stick, central bank swap lines, and does the financial sector serve the economy

Is the traditional office obsolete?

The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has changed working habits of many people. In addition, it became obvious which jobs must be done in the workplace and which activities can be carried out at home or anywhere. Perhaps the current developments are less about the complete end of the traditional office but more about the end of current firm-worker relations in the form of traditional employment contracts.

What caught my eye today: Who can work from home, and is research at central banks sometimes biases?

What caught my eye today: Who can work from home, and is research at central banks sometimes biases?