Toward a More Inclusive Capitalism

How do we ensure that everyone in society benefits from economic growth? How do we narrow income disparities between the topmost earners and everyone else, such that we create wealth for more people? Some CEOs suggest that our focus needs to shift to long-termism and a more socially focused view of capitalism’s broad objectives. If inclusive capitalism at its core means bringing society and business together, what are the strategies to get us there?

Festival: 2017

Watch and Listen: Economy

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