If so, this tends to challenge exist-ing political structures, voting behaviour and the acceptance of change due to digi-talisation and increasing uncertainty. How could these different developments in our societies and within the EU be managed? How could social cohesion and social capital be strengthened? How can collective goods still be supplied? How important are housing, regional development and infrastructure enablers? What are similari-ties, what are differences between approaches of economists and sociologists in dealing with these topics?

We are very much looking forward to our IX. Round Table Debate!

Date
2nd March 2020

Time
9:00 to 13:30 h

Venue
German Economic Institute
Meeting Room Hayek 5.77
Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 21
50668 Cologne