Henrik miller

  • Biden's America and the World
  • Disorder of the 21st century
  • Lecture

The world has come apart at the seams. Within the Western democracies, a polarization and radicalization is taking place that seemed unthinkable just a few years ago. In this book, Henrik Müller searches for the causes and consequences of global insecurity.
Using current political debates, he makes clear that decisions are increasingly made in public and under great pressure. And that the rapid acceleration of political processes is a danger for the economy and society. In doing so, he draws on his own research findings and also offers solutions. After all, the aim is to break the spiral of outrage and at the same time save the freedom of the public word.

Henrik Müller studied economics in Kiel, graduated from the German School of Journalism in Munich and earned his doctorate in Hamburg. After a career in journalism, most recently as deputy editor-in-chief of manager magazin magazine, he is now professor of economic journalism at the Technical University of Dortmund. His weekly Spiegel Online column “Müllers Memo” reaches a large readership. In 2002, he was awarded the Holtzbrinck Prize for business journalism.


The event is cancelled due to Corona restrictions. We will try to find an alternative date, which we will announce in time.