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, Web-meeting : Web-meeting Recording: Whatever it takes – Germany and the US tackle the lockdown economy

On Thursday, April 9th, the Bertelsmann Foundation of North America and the Global Economic Dynamics project of the Bertelsmann Stiftung hosted a web-meeting on the response to the CoVid19 crisis in the US and Germany.

In this web-meeting, Philippa Sigl-Glöckner (Dezernat Zukunft) and Adam Tooze (Columbia University) presented their view on what the appropriate economic measures are.

The session was moderated by Tony Silberfeld and Christian Bluth provided an introduction on the economic impact of the health crisis.

A recording on this web-meeting is now available on our YouTube channel.


Additionally, the most recent contributions from the project Global Economic Dynamics are always available on our blog.


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