PODCAST | The Migration Crisis: Is Europe at Breaking Point?

Europe has a backlog of more than one million migrants – refugees fleeing war in the Middle East. But events in Germany at the start of the year, following Angela Merkel’s decision to relax migration regulation reveal that the problem is not just the scale and volume of migrants – it is also about integration and culture.

About Mike Rosenberg

Mike Rosenberg is Assistant Professor of strategic management at IESE Business School. He teaches long-term strategy, scenario planning and analysis of business problems. Rosenberg's research is concerned with how long-term technological and socio-economic trends affect the business climate and has a particular interest in the potential of alternative energy sources to change the competitive dynamics of a number of industries.

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  1. Very personal and compelling piece. Interesting what Mike says about Europe’s capacity to assimilate other cultures compared to the US – regional identity as latent prejudice. We don’t have the educational or institutional mechanisms in place to manage this.

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