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The corona pandemic is forcing companies around the world to rethink strategies and business models. But what can these thought patterns look like in order to generate sustainable growth during and after the Corona crisis? The international online conference “Emerging Business, Management and Sustainability Paradigm beyond 2020” of the North Eastern Management Association (NEMA) and the New Delhi Institute of Management (NDIM) dealt with this question. Dr. Harald Beschorner, Chancellor of the FOM University, was invited as a keynote speaker at the top-class event.

In his online lecture to more than 450 participants, Dr. Harald Beschorner emphasized the importance of the international mobility of highly qualified specialists in promoting economic growth. The prerequisite for this is the “freedom to international migration, the right to take up work, to study, to research and to free economic activity. The 'Global Village' of the future, the global information society and the high mobility of the actors involved can raise the development of the world economy to a higher level, ”said the FOM Chancellor.

The lecture also highlighted the positive effects of so-called "brain circulation": The migration of highly qualified people is not a one-sided process, but rather runs circularly - the emigrants work and study in the host country, but return to their home countries after a certain period of time, according to Dr. Beschorner. “During your stay, you will gain international experience and technical know-how that you can use in your home country. Developed emerging countries such as India or countries that are in the process of transformation can therefore benefit in the long term from their emigrants. "