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10. Gender equality in 2023 with Titan Alon

The 2023 Podcast

Release Date: 09/24/2020

15. Central Banks in 2023 with Dr. Ole Rummel show art 15. Central Banks in 2023 with Dr. Ole Rummel

The 2023 Podcast

Central banks are responsible for monetary and financial stability in a country. The financial and payment systems work well when a central bank does. Like every other system central banks were affected with the pandemic recessions and did a big acceleration to a more advanced technical structure, but what other changes do we see there or can we predict for the future? Dr. Ole Rummel, Director of Macroeconomic Monetary Policy Management at The SEACEN Centre, answers us in this episode.

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14. Transportation Systems in 2023 with Garry Golden show art 14. Transportation Systems in 2023 with Garry Golden

The 2023 Podcast

With much less pressure on transportation systems in 2020 due to significant drop in passenger numbers and the rising health concerns of the public, many changes were pushed into the market of transportation much sooner. In 2023 micro mobility is the new trend. The Marketplace will be more open for different players and for greener cleaner innovations. Listen on this episode to futurist Garry Golden and his vision for the transportation systems in both near and far future.

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13. Aviation in 2023 with Tomislav Lang show art 13. Aviation in 2023 with Tomislav Lang

The 2023 Podcast

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the aviation industry due to dramatic drop in demand for air transport passengers. In 2023, airports and airlines will have implemented new procedures for passenger safety and health, delivering a contactless and fully sanitized end-to-end travel experience that is as automated as possible.

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12. Public Transit in 2023 with Paul Comfort show art 12. Public Transit in 2023 with Paul Comfort

The 2023 Podcast

Since the beginning of the pandemic, most public transport operators have quickly stepped up and taken concrete action to make transit systems COVID-safe for staff and passengers. Paul Comfort, an expert on leadership, transportation infrastructure and trends, and former CEO of the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), explains how we must keep the momentum going to preserve the appeal of public transport, for the sake of public health, economic recovery, and environmental sustainability.

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11. Smart Collaboration in 2023 with Heidi Gardner show art 11. Smart Collaboration in 2023 with Heidi Gardner

The 2023 Podcast

In 2023, companies and employees are no longer only working from the headquarters or their offices. Also, the way business partners collaborate has changed. Everyone in the business world is more aware of the depth and value, that each partner adds into their collaborative work. To know how and why collaboration became essential in 2023, listen to our episode with guest Heidi Gardner, the distinguished professor at Harvard Business School. 

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10. Gender equality in 2023 with Titan Alon show art 10. Gender equality in 2023 with Titan Alon

The 2023 Podcast

Men and women are facing different realities in light of this pandemic. Even without a crisis, caring responsibilities usually fall heavily on women. The situation can be even more difficult, when having to juggle working from home and caring for children. Host Agnes Kunkel and guest Titan Alon are putting forward ideas for policymakers to take the gender perspective into account when it comes to making important decisions during and after the pandemic that will affect all our lives.

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9. Remote Work and Cyber Security in 2023 with James Fair show art 9. Remote Work and Cyber Security in 2023 with James Fair

The 2023 Podcast

As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world, most organizations made a quick transition to a remote workforce. This has also created new security vulnerabilities. In 2023, attackers will still seek to exploit the gaps opened when telecommuting employees use insecure devices and networks. Listen to this episode to know, why security is one of the top priorities to consider while shifting to remote work and how to maintain awareness of all employees, for now and in the future.

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8. Restaurants in 2023 with Alison Pearlman show art 8. Restaurants in 2023 with Alison Pearlman

The 2023 Podcast

Spontaneous visits at a restaurant are almost impossible. Tables have to be reserved at least one day in advance on the restaurant App, and you might even have to order and pay before you arrive. Digital menus are the new normal, and restaurants might even outsource their dishes. Is this going to be how restaurants will work in 2023? To gain more insights in our future listen to the Episode with Alison Pearlman, the brilliant thinker, writer and researcher in the area of restaurant business.

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7. Urban planning in 2023 with Bill Fulton show art 7. Urban planning in 2023 with Bill Fulton

The 2023 Podcast

Often are our cities reshaped after experiences of pandemics, wars and other catastrophes. We believe COVID-19 came to accelerate changes, that were about to happen to our city lifestyles anyway. Cities will become more enjoyable with many entertainment and leisure options. During the pandemic we understood the importance of social life and we are about to see how this will impact life in the city.

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6. Air conditioning in 2023 with William Bahnfleth show art 6. Air conditioning in 2023 with William Bahnfleth

The 2023 Podcast

Poor ventilation plays an important role in increased transmission of the Covid-19 virus. But are air conditioning systems a good protection method or a reason to be concerned? Listen to host Agnes Kunkel and guest Prof. Dr. Bahnfleth discussing what the future for ventilation and filtration of homes and public buildings holds in 2023, and whether we will check a restaurant`s rating for its Airconditioning-System online before dining out.

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Men and women are facing different realities in light of this pandemic. Even without a crisis, caring responsibilities usually fall heavily on women. The situation for single parents can be even more difficult, especially when having to juggle working from home and caring for children alone.

Host Agnes Kunkel and Titan Alon, Assistant Professor at UC San Diego for Economics, putting forward ideas for policymakers to take the gender perspective into account when it comes to making important decisions during and after the pandemic that will affect all our lives. And with fathers spending more time at home, it could be an opportunity for them to engage more in caring for their children.