Industry Strategy Meeting 2021

After the rise of the West and Asia, we need a better form of capitalism

Japan was the first Asian economy to pursue technology and trade. Image: Unsplash

Peter Vanham

Previously, Deputy Head of Media at World Economic Forum. Executive Editor, Fortune

Johnny Harris

Journalist, filmmaker and co-founder, Bright Trip Inc.

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Graph showing global GDP, Asia versus rest of the world.
Figure 1. Global GDP, Asia versus rest of the world. Image: Financial Times, Stakeholder Capitalism
Graphs showing income inequality in India and China.
Figure 2. Income inequality in India and China. Image: World Inequality Database, Stakeholder Capitalism
Graph showing global CO2 Emissions by Region.
Figure 3. Global CO2 Emissions by Region. Image: Our World in Data, Stakeholder Capitalism
The Elephant Graph showing that the increase in global income has been uneven.
Figure 4. The Elephant Graph shows the increase in global income has on average been dramatic, but equally dramatically uneven. Image: Branko Milanovic and Christoph Lakner, World Inequality Report, Stakeholder Capitalism
Graph showing the Global Stakeholder Model
Figure 5. The Global Stakeholder Model. Image: Stakeholder Capitalism
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