We are in another week of the pandemic caused by COVID-19. The possible social and economic consequences of the forced quarantine are ringing out in our heads as the news bands on our TV, computer and smartphone screens fade. The international lockdown is underway - only some countries are beginning a slow unfreezing of the economy and a return to relative normalcy. But how different will the new normalcy be from the one we knew before the pandemic? On April 25, experts from Open Eyes Economy will seek answers on this topic. Guests of the special streaming will be: Edwin Bendyk, UMK Prof. Ewa Bińczyk, PhD, ALK Prof. Aleksandra Przegalińska-Skierkowska, PhD, and Mateusz Zmyślony. The conversation will be moderated by RMF FM journalist Tomasz Staniszewski.
The outbreak of the epidemic undermined the capitalist system in many areas, exposing its imperfections, and verified, among other things, the preparation of individual countries to fight the epidemic, the condition of the health service or the ability of rulers to respond to crises. Any crisis can become a catalyst for change for the better - provided we are willing to act.
Topics of discussion
- What will the post-pandemic world look like?
- Will the ushered-in era of work-from-home significantly affect the way people perform their jobs and relationships?
- Will consumers change their shopping habits by abandoning traditional commerce in favor of online?
- Edwin Bendyk - columnist for the science section of the Polityka Weekly.
- UMK prof. Ewa Bińczyk, Ph.D. - Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
- Prof. ALK Aleksandra Przegalińska-Skierkowska, PhD - Kozminski University
- Mateusz Zmyślony - Creative Director of OEES, Eskadra Group
The conversation will be moderated by Tomasz Staniszewski of RMF FM.
Organizers and source of information: IDEA Stop | Open Eyes Economy