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Stakeholder Capitalism: Episode 5 - Stakeholder capitalism at work

In this concluding episode we ask how can the idea of 'stakeholder capitalism' work in the real world. Joining hosts Peter Vanham and Natalie Pearce are Emily Bayley. project lead of the World Economic Forum’s ESG Initiative; Jonas Prising, CEO of Manpower Group; and Geraldine Matchett, CFO and co-CEO of Royal DSM.

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Stakeholder Capitalism

6 Episodes

Stakeholder Capitalism

6 Episodes

In this 5-part podcast series, Peter Vanham and Natalie Pierce dive into some of the main problems with global capitalism and ask expert guests if there are better ways of doing things - from the way we measure economic success, to addressing crippling inequalities and climate catastrophe.

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Peter Vanham

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

Natalie Pierce

Head of Global Shapers Community, World Economic Forum

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Stakeholder Capitalism: Episode 5 - Stakeholder capitalism at work

In this concluding episode we ask how can the idea of 'stakeholder capitalism' work in the real world. Joining hosts Peter Vanham and Natalie Pearce are Emily Bayley. project lead of the World Economic Forum’s ESG Initiative; Jonas Prising, CEO of Manpower Group; and Geraldine Matchett, CFO and co-CEO of Royal DSM.

In this concluding episode we ask how can the idea of 'stakeholder capitalism' work in the real world. Joining hosts Peter Vanham and Natalie Pearce are Emily Bayley. project lead of the World Economic Forum’s ESG Initiative; Jonas Prising, CEO of Manpower Group; and Geraldine Matchett, CFO and co-CEO of Royal DSM.

Stakeholder Capitalism: Episode 4 - Tech for good

While the value of big tech companies has soared, what problems has that created? A lack of market competition and the impact that has on economies; data protection concerns; falling public trust. Is big tech too big, and what should be done? Guests: Zia Qureshi, fellow at the Brookings Institute; Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at the Cyber Policy Center of Stanford University.

While the value of big tech companies has soared, what problems has that created? A lack of market competition and the impact that has on economies; data protection concerns; falling public trust. Is big tech too big, and what should be done? Guests: Zia Qureshi, fellow at the Brookings Institute; Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at the Cyber Policy Center of Stanford University.

Stakeholder Capitalism: Episode 3 - Planet v profit

Global prosperity since the first industrial revolution has been built on the burning of fossil fuels. But with the need to halve greenhouse gas emissions this decade and eliminate them by 2050, how can poorer countries, which have emitted far less than richer ones, continue to develop without pushing climate change over the brink of catastrophe? Guests: climate campaigner Risalat Khan; Nicholas Stern, chair of the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment; Mariana Mazzucato, economics professor at University College London.

Global prosperity since the first industrial revolution has been built on the burning of fossil fuels. But with the need to halve greenhouse gas emissions this decade and eliminate them by 2050, how can poorer countries, which have emitted far less than richer ones, continue to develop without pushing climate change over the brink of catastrophe? Guests: climate campaigner Risalat Khan; Nicholas Stern, chair of the Grantham Research Institute for Climate Change and the Environment; Mariana Mazzucato, economics professor at University College London.

Stakeholder Capitalism: Episode 2 - What works for workers

The decline of incomes for the bottom 50% of Americans has coincided with a fall in union membership. This episode looks at how those two facts might be linked and looks to Denmark where union representation is welcomed by employers. Guests: Heather Long, economics correspondent at The Washington Post; Thomas Søby, chief economist of the Danish metalworkers union.

The decline of incomes for the bottom 50% of Americans has coincided with a fall in union membership. This episode looks at how those two facts might be linked and looks to Denmark where union representation is welcomed by employers. Guests: Heather Long, economics correspondent at The Washington Post; Thomas Søby, chief economist of the Danish metalworkers union.

Stakeholder Capitalism: Episode 1 - Beyond GDP - measuring what matters

How can we measure our economies in a way that does not encourage environmental destruction, that gives a better indication to how real people are doing, and perhaps even looks beyond monetary wealth to include things such as personal well-being and even happiness? This episode of Stakeholder Capitalism asks, how can we go beyond GDP? Guests: Diane Coyle, co-director of Cambridge University's Bennett Institute of Public Policy; Girol Karacaoglu, head of the School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Hosts: Natalie Pierce and Peter Vanham

How can we measure our economies in a way that does not encourage environmental destruction, that gives a better indication to how real people are doing, and perhaps even looks beyond monetary wealth to include things such as personal well-being and even happiness? This episode of Stakeholder Capitalism asks, how can we go beyond GDP? Guests: Diane Coyle, co-director of Cambridge University's Bennett Institute of Public Policy; Girol Karacaoglu, head of the School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Hosts: Natalie Pierce and Peter Vanham

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