Beyond the bottom line – can capitalism after Covid-19 reinvent itself?
Capitalism has never been more divisive. For some, it represents everything that is wrong with the modern world. For others, it is the only way society can tackle the challenges it faces. With the emergence of patient capital, impact investing and smart green venture capital funds, and with the pandemic highlighting the instability in our global economy, are the two sides of the debate over capitalism closer than we think?
Leading figures in global economics discuss key issues to help define a roadmap for capitalism.
With George Legarious (Mazars), Isabelle Toledano (UBS), Leila Kamdem-Fotso (Mazars) and Rebecca Henderson (Harvard)
UN Global Goals (1) No poverty (5) Gender equality(7) Affordable and clean energy (8) Decent work and economic growth (9) Industry, innovation and infrastructure (10) Reduced inequalities (11) Sustainable cities and communities (12) Responsible consumption and production (13) Climate action