At its worst, today’s capitalism is risky, reckless, and rapacious, unmindful of its impact on society and addicted to the motto that more is always more. Surrounded by these conditions, we might forget that it doesn’t have to be this way—today’s capitalism is just one of many capitalisms, and we can choose to swim in new waters instead.
On June 10, The Progress Network founder Zachary Karabell comes together with Gillian Tett, editor-at-large for the Financial Times (US), to imagine what a more sustainable and human capitalism might look like, drawing from their new books Inside Money and Anthro-Vision.
They’ll discuss which lenses and structures would better serve the corporate world in order to better serve society, what we can learn from responsible companies, and how to cultivate a more balanced culture so that the capitalism that defines our present isn’t the one that defines our future.
This event is one hour, with the panelists taking audience questions in the last 10 minutes. A recording will be made available to watch after the live event. When you register to attend, we’ll subscribe you to The Progress Network's weekly newsletter, What Could Go Right?, which amplifies voices pointing us in a positive direction. You can unsubscribe at any time.