In “Framers: Human Advantage in an Age of Technology and Turmoil,” ESMT Berlin Professor Francis de Véricourt, together with Economist journalist Kenneth Cukier and Oxford Professor Viktor Mayer-Schönberger present an in-depth analysis of framing. The publication is being released today, May 11, 2021.
From May 10-11, 2021, the Cybercrime Conference C³ will take place at ESMT Berlin, organized by the German Federal Criminal Police Office together with ESMT’s Digital Society Institute (DSI) under the umbrella “European Strategies against a Global Challenge.”
ESMT Berlin’s executive education revenues in 2020 were two-thirds of those the year before. But Harald Hungenberg, dean of programs, explains how the school was able to retain interest in courses, in part by designing an online delivery that improved on the campus experience.
New research from ESMT Berlin identifies how digital markets become monopolies and offers key insights for policymakers to ensure that in the future digital markets are better regulated and do not ‘tip’ towards monopolies.
Bianca Schmitz and Aparajith Raman from ESMT Berlin explain how manufacturers are challenged to increase production with fewer resources and get their finished products to market sooner. Mature manufacturing systems now promise to rev up production lines, help turn out goods faster, and crunch delivery times and costs.