COVID-19 & Political Momentum

July 17, 4-5 pm

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How does the COVID-19-pandemic affect international power structures?

Which areas are most affected by the multi-billion rescue packages?

How will the world after Corona look like?

Which role play government relations?

 

The current crisis triggered tremendous political momentum. Its impact on the European economy is unprecedented. Join our webinar to gain insights in how this political momentum is affecting your field of study. Marius Hachenberg, a true expert at the intersection of international politics, economics and technology, will share his insights with you and answer your questions. On top of that, Prof. Tim Büthe, who is currently leading a project dealing with the pandemic, will provide you with the Status-Quo.

At a glance

Status-Quo by Prof. Tim Büthe

Chair for International Relations, TUM

Keynote by Marius Hachenberg (~25 min)

Berlin Global Advisors

Friday, July 17th 2020, 4-5 pm

Online via Zoom

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How does the COVID-19-pandemic affect international power structures? Which areas are most affected by the multi-billion rescue packages? How will the world after Corona look like? Which role play government relations?

 

The current crisis triggered tremendous political momentum. Its impact on the European economy is unprecedented. Join our webinar to gain insights in how this political momentum is affecting your field of study. Marius Hachenberg, a true expert at the intersection of international politics, economics and technology, will share his insights with you and answer your questions. On top of that, Prof. Tim Büthe, who is currently leading a project dealing with the pandemic, will provide you with the Status-Quo.

 

July 17, 4 - 5 pm via Zoom. Please register above to receive the invitation link prior to the event.

 

Our keynote speaker, Marius Hachenberg, is a Political Risk Consultant focusing on transatlantic relations and technological innovations at BGA - Berlin Global Advisors. He holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from Free University Berlin and received a Master of International Studies from George Washington University. Before joining BGA, he worked for innogy SE in Berlin, the US-Senate in Washington D.C. and the Clinton Foundation in New York. 

 

Berlin Global Advisors (BGA) is a geopolitical and government affairs advisory firm based in Berlin, Frankfurt, London and New York. A team of 50 partners,  advisors and analysts is dedicated to helping executives and boards understanding and navigating the three major drivers of change of our time: 

  • Geopolitics / Global Uncertainty 

  • ESG / Sustainability / Climate change 

  • Technology / Digitalization / Artificial Intelligence 

What makes BGA unique is their global reach, a deep intellectual bench and a clear understanding of politics, business and capital markets.

Prof. Tim Büthe's research examines the politics of international economic relations. He studied primarily at Harvard University (BA 1995) and Columbia University, New York (Ph.D. 2002). Prior to taking over the Chair for International Relations at TUM in 2016, he was Associate Professor of Political Science and Public Policy (tenured) at Duke University (USA), having previously taught at Stanford University and Columbia University. He has held postdoctoral research appointments at Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley.

 

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