Cordt Schnibben (Hg.)
Cordt Schnibben is an economist, an editor at Die Zeit, and a reporter and departmental head at Spiegel. He has received numerous prizes, including the Theodor Wolff Prize, the Egon Erwin Kisch Prize, and the Henri Nannen Prize. He is also a two-time winner of the Adolf Grimme Prize. In addition, he is the author and editor of several Spiegel books, such as September 11: The Story of a Terrorist Attack, Iraq: The Story of a Modern War, Tsunami: The Story of an Earthquake, and Billionaires’ Poker: How Banks and Governments Flood the World with Money.