Inequality

Globalization and technology need saving from themselves. Business could have the answers

The world has never been more prosperous than it is today. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter

Rich Lesser

Global Chair, Boston Consulting Group (BCG)

Martin Reeves

Senior Partner, Boston Consulting Group and Chairman, BCG Henderson Institute, Boston Consulting Group

Johann Harnoss

Project Leader, BCG Henderson Institute

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