Re-Imagining CapitalismEdited by Dominic Barton, Dezsö Horváth and Matthias Kipping
Re-Imagining Capitalism is a series of essays that reflects on both the urgency of needed action and the opportunity to achieve a wide-ranging and lasting movement toward a more responsible, equitable and sustainable economic model.
The volume is a collaboration between the Schulich School of Business and global management consultancy McKinsey & Company.
Edited by McKinsey Global Managing Partner Dominic Barton, Schulich Dean Dezsö Horváth and Schulich professor Matthias Kipping, and published by Oxford University Press, it provides a range of views on building a re-imagined paradigm for responsible capitalism where long-term value creation is not supplanted by the pressures of short-term profit-taking.
In addition to thought leaders from Schulich and McKinsey, book contributors include other renowned academics such as Lynn Stout and Robert Eccles and visionary Canadian and global business leaders, including Paul Polman, Ratan N. Tata, Galen G. Weston and Monique Leroux.
Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Schulich School of Business has built a reputation over the past decades for pioneering new knowledge and being at the forefront of management education.
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