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On the Podcasts I provide exciting, interdisciplinary insights from talks with experts from academia and industry about different Topics. From the field of economics to physics, from blockchain to pico satellites and from German labour market to china business and economics.

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Dec 7, 2018

Which competences and skills do workers need in the future? This question is currently one of the hottest questions and topics in education. In the second part of the interview with Prof. Dr. Tanja Bipp, professor for industrial-organizational psychology at the University of Wuerzburg, we picked up this topic. Prof....

Nov 28, 2018

Industrial-organizational (IO) psychology applies psychological theories and principles to organizations. Questions about workplace productivity, quality of work(-life), structure of work, leadership as well as the effect of personal traits are important research topics in this field. 

In this Podcast Session I talked...

Oct 23, 2018

Which jobs and tasks are most susceptive to be substituted by robots or being outsourced to low wage countries?

Debates around these questions are not new but still highly emotional. Especially since the times of industrial revolution, the fear of technological unemployment has always been present - from "spinning...

Sep 29, 2018

In this Episode of WUEconomics Outside the Box Podcast I had the chance to talk with two former professional Basketball players Chris Mc Naughton and Christof Henneberger about highlights, challenges, obstacles, the transition to work-life and how pro-athlete mentality prepares and fits into business world. 



Sep 23, 2018

Digital transformation is a huge topic in China and for the Chinese industry. China was mesmerized when Germany introduced the Industry 4.0 strategy in 2012. It did not take long until the Chinese then came up with the strategy “Made in China 2025”.

As they acknowledged that they are still behind in many...