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REOPENING EUROPE – Reopening Common Good?

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What should be the ground rules to support more sustainable business in a post-pandemic world? By: The Sound of Economics Date: August 12, 2020 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance For the fourth episode of this summer series of The Sound of Economics, recorded on the road as part of the Reopening Europe project, we talk with Antje von Dewitz, CEO of the outdoor equipment company- Vaude. We met her on June 17th in Tettnang, near Lake Konstanz, on the German/Swiss border, where her family company is located. The Reopening Europe team was the first external visitor’s group to be admitted at the company headquarters after lockdown. Antje told Giuseppe about the effect of COVID-19 on her company, on retailers and consumer behaviour, and she told us of her vision for a

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What should be the ground rules to support more sustainable business in a post-pandemic world?

By: Date: August 12, 2020 Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance


For the fourth episode of this summer series of The Sound of Economics, recorded on the road as part of the Reopening Europe project, we talk with Antje von Dewitz, CEO of the outdoor equipment company- Vaude. We met her on June 17th in Tettnang, near Lake Konstanz, on the German/Swiss border, where her family company is located.

The Reopening Europe team was the first external visitor’s group to be admitted at the company headquarters after lockdown. Antje told Giuseppe about the effect of COVID-19 on her company, on retailers and consumer behaviour, and she told us of her vision for a post-pandemic economy which should work for the common good.

Episode guest:
Antje von Dewitz, CEO, Vaude

Hosted by:
Giuseppe Porcaro, head of outreach and governance at Bruegel

Sound Money Economics System was a fringe political party in Manitoba, Canada, during the provincial election of 1941.

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