Made in Germany: Your Business Magazine

In a rapidly changing world, MADE in Germany examines the risks and benefits of digitalization and its impact on the way we work, what we earn and how we live. The program also investigates the ethics of business, and showcases young entrepreneurs who are redefining the workplace. Instead of just crunching the numbers, MADE delves deeper into issues and also explores the emotional side to stories.

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Catharina Hoyer talks about generational shifts


The trend researcher sees cultural changes underway. While older Germans still love big houses and cars, younger ones are, she says, more into experiences than possessions.


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Why so many big things?


Cars, ships, planes and buildings have all been getting ever larger. Does that make sense? What are the limits and the alternatives? We also look at the role of tiny things in high-tech.


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Catching up - Taiwan’s push for green technologies


Chen Hui-ping co-founded the startup Sunnyfounder. The solar power fundraising platform is a pioneer in Taiwan, where photovoltaics are lagging. The government is pushing green technology, but industry still depends on fossil fuels and nuclear power.


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Explainer: The power of petroleum


Oil has ensured prosperity, but also triggers crises and wars. How did the Petroleum Age begin? What is oil? And does it have a future as an energy source?


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Chemicals of the future - no more oil?


No more crude oil - would that be the end of the chemical industry? The entire sector is dependent on fossil fuel resources. But chemical companies are rethinking and developing climate-friendlier technologies. Evonik is working on CO2 recycling.


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Face to face: Futurologist Jeremy Rifkin


Our fossil fuel-based civilization will collapse by 2028. That stark prediction comes from US economist and author Jeremy Rifkin. He says the first signs are showing on capital markets. His response is outlined in his latest book, ‘The Green New Deal’.


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Successful immigration: How to make it in Germany


It can be tough for foreigners to settle in Germany, deal with the bureaucracy, learn the language, find a home and get a job. MADE meets some immigrants who have overcome the obstacles.


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Explainer: Migrants in Germany


Germany is the most popular destination for migrants in Europe. Most migrants are looking for jobs, but not all of them find one. Why? And how welcome are migrants in Germany really? A fact check.


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Climbing the social ladder with Aladin El-Mafaalani


Educational researcher Aladin El-Mafaalani has compared the biographies of top achievers with Turkish and German backgrounds. He talked to men and women with successful careers as managers and professors in Germany.


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Ethnic pay gap - discrimination on the job market?


Ethnic origin and cultural background can influence your opportunities on the job market. What do you need to know to ensure you're getting a fair chance? DW’s Chiponda Chimbelu looked into the topic, on his own behalf.


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