Digi-disruption & New Age Renaissance

Will Digi-disruption lead to a modern Renaissance?

Our first global Knowledge-Transfer event was dedicated to derive historical inferences for the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

Together with a high-profile panel of Ivy League researchers we drew from historical foundations:
European society ascended from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance in the aftermath of the Black Death. What followed was the survivors’ zest for life, made tangible by an extraordinary phase of accumulation of luxury, advances in science, technology, and art. This renaissance was fueled by innovation and overcoming political and challenging regulations. What conclusions can be drawn from history for our society today? How will it change?

We thank our distinguished speakers.

Dr. Paul Schmelzing

 Harvard University | Bank of England |
Yale School of Management

“Economics of Transition from Middle Ages to Renaissance.“

DDr. Julia Puaschunder

  New School NY | Columbia University


Prof. Dr. Alexander Stremitzer

  Professor of Law | Economics and Business | ETH Zurich

“A Controlled Self-Immunization Strategy towards Herd Immunity.“

Prof. DDr. Martin Gelter

  Professor of Law | Fordham University School of Law

“Change in Global Corporate Governance.“