October 18, 2017

Olaf Scholz and Kai Diekmann on Populism

Why is populism spreading across the societies of Europe, the United States and Japan? To start off the opening debate of United Europe’s Young professional Seminar on “The Populist Challenge” from 6 to 8 October in Hamburg, Olaf Scholz pointed to countries like Denmark, Austria, the Netherlands or Germany that have few welfare, economic or wealth problems. Yet many middle-class household were seeing their income stagnating. According to a study by the consulting company McKinsey, this is fuelling populism. “There … – More

January 11, 2018 - What others write

Study: “Globalization and the EU: Threat or Opportunity?”

The latest study of eupinions has found out that 44 percent of Europeans see globalization as a threat rather than an opportunity. In addition, fear of globalization is one of the main drivers for the election of populist parties. But what does that mean for European integration? Are Europeans similarly concerned about this and does …

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Sabine Sasse & Dr. Julia Reuss, Managing Directors

Happy New Year and welcome at United Europe to our new corporate members: Boston Consulting Group (Vienna), VHV Group (Hanover) and ContourGlobal Management (Vienna). Are you interested in also becoming a member, please send an email to member@united-europe.eu.
Sabine Sasse & Dr. Julia Reuss,
Managing Directors

January 11, 2018 - Young European Voices

Przemyslaw Grzywa wishes for more EU in 2018

12 months, 3 continents, 11 countries, countless meetings and numerous young entrepreneurs met just to realize that we face similar challenges. The biggest personal take for me, after this one year, is that we – the young leaders – are equal in our differences and creativity arises from diversity. Today is my last day as …

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