Schulich and McKinsey: Re-Imagining Capitalism
McKinsey & Company’s Dominic Barton, Schulich School of Business Dean Dezsö Horváth collaborate with industry thought leaders to address the global challenges confronting capitalism
Dominic Barton, global managing partner of McKinsey & Company, and Dezsö J. Horváth, Dean of the Schulich School of Business at York University, today announced the official release of a thought-provoking new book, Re-Imagining Capitalism.
Edited by McKinsey’s Dominic Barton, Schulich’s Dezsö J. Horváth and Matthias Kipping, Business History Chair at Schulich, Re-Imagining Capitalism brings together renowned academics, global executives and NGO leaders who reflect on the major issues confronting capitalism and who put forward a number of innovative proposals.
The editors call for urgent reforms at a structural and global level to re-establish the traditional bonds between business and society and to ensure that the free market system continues to create value for the long term that benefits all stakeholders and communities. In addition to contributions from thought leaders at Schulich and McKinsey, Re-Imagining Capitalism includes chapters by a number of business leaders, including Unilever CEO Paul Polman; Indian business legend Ratan N. Tata, former chairman of Tata & Sons; and Loblaw Executive Chairman Galen G. Weston. The book’s concluding chapter, “Capitalism Re-Imagined”, is co-authored by Dezsö Horváth and Dominic Barton.
The book is published by Oxford University Press. For more information on the book, please visit the Oxford University Press website.