Anthropoeconomics Full Panel Discussion
Listen to the full panel discussion from our event on Anthropoeconomics. An interdisciplinary panel discusses inequality from a variety of perspectives and sheds light on future challenges and possible solutions.
The panel includes:
– George Bauer, 1st winner of the Essay Competition on Rethinking Economic Policy (Title of the Essay: “Back to the Future – Populism and Spatial Inequality”)
– Anna Cavazzini, Advisor for Sustainable Development Goals at Bread for the World
– Tyson Barker, Aspen Institute Germany, Program Director Digital Program
– Prof. Rajshri Jayaraman, PhD, Associate Professor of Economics and Faculty Lead, European School of Management and Technology Berlin
– Prof. Dr. Philipp Lepenies, Head of the Environmental Policy Research Center FFU and Visiting Professor for Comparative Politics, Freie Universität Berlin
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The event took place on February 15, 2018 at Freie Universität Berlin.
Picture by Anthony Quintano (CC BY 2.0)
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