This episode is all about markets, how they influence the city, and how cities influence markets. With our contributions by Abel (ETH), Belen (ARG), Cody (CND), Coline (FRA), Leda (ARG), Nahir (ARG), and Sofi (ARG) we will look at how markets exist on different continents and see their differences and similarities.
We’ll discuss all things markets and hope to start a conversation with you!
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