On 12 April, Prognos AG hosted a "Lunch Debate" at its Brussels location. Chief Economist Dr. Oliver Ehrentraut looked back on a decisive year for the EU and presented the Deutschland Report, a long-term forecast on the future of Europe.
About 30 interested participants of the "Lunch Debate" in Brussels were welcomed by Dr. Jan-Philipp Kramer, Head of the EU-Office of Prognos AG in Brussels: "In the current time, which is characterized by the change of the European Union and the associated uncertainty, a well-founded report provides the necessary orientation". Dr. Kramer invited the attending guests to take a look together at the economic and social future of Europe.
Based on the Prognos Deutschland Report, Dr. Oliver Ehrentraut, Chief Economist of Prognos, pre-sented the question of how Europe will develop in the coming years and decades up to 2045. Other topics included the future of globalisation, changes in the world of work due to digitisation, regional differences in Europe and possible fields of action until 2045. A lively discussion among the guests and colleagues from Prognos rounded off the informative event.
The Deutschland Report is the only long-term forecast on the future of European economy and society. Among other things, it provides important insights into the latest discussions on trade barriers, disruptions in global value chains and digital transformation.
Further information on the Germany Report can be found here (german language)