“Frankfurter Debatte” goes live

PRIF co-hosts interdisciplinary debate format on “A Future Post-Covid”

Frankfurter interdisziplinäre Live-Debatte 2021.

What started as a blog in 2020 in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic is now evolving into an online panel: the “Frankfurter Debatte” (Frankfurt Debate) is becoming an inter­disciplinary live debate focussing on the topic “A Future Post-Covid”. The debate is organized as a series by PRIF, the Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE, the Research Centre “Normative Orders” at Goethe University Frankfurt and the Excellence Cluster “Cardio-­Pulmonary Institute” (CPI) of the Universities of Frankfurt and Giessen together with the Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research.

Starting in May 2021, the live debates will focus on the interaction and cohesion of society, business and politics after the acute phase of the corona crisis. The panels will be made up of distinguished speakers from the disciplines of economics, political science, natural science, law and philosophy:

  • Prof. Nicole Deitelhoff (Director of PRIF, Research Centre “Normative Orders” and Goethe University Frankfurt)
  • Prof. Stefanie Dimmeler (CPI and Goethe University Frankfurt)
  • Prof. Rainer Forst (“Normative Orders” and Goethe University Frankfurt)
  • Prof. Klaus Günther (“Normative Orders” and Goethe University Frankfurt)
  • Prof. Jan Pieter Krahnen (Leibniz Institute for Financial Research SAFE and Goethe University Frankfurt)

The kick-off event on May 12, 2021 will focus on the question of the “Future of Solidarity.” The discussion will take place as a digital event.

Further information on the event and registration can be found here (in German).