Value Scotland: Why good companies generate better outcomes: a model of responsible capitalism

The expert panel will discuss whether Scotland can design and develop a better socio-economic system for itself to become the first, truly inclusive, stakeholder economy.

 

This seminar asks whether companies based in Scotland all work in the best interests of all Scottish stakeholders; whether the public sector is managed more effectively there than elsewhere and whether environmental initiatives such as ‘Zero Waste Scotland’ have any better chance of succeeding where other countries have failed.

Can we all adapt to a better system; for a future where we all benefit? Join this seminar to find out what this means in practice.

 

Panel:

  • Paul Kearns (chair); Chairman; Maturity Institute
  • Sandy MacDonald; Head of Corporate Sustainability; Standard Life Aberdeen
  • Robert Dickie; President; Chartered Banker Institute
  • Professor Kenneth Amaeshi; Director; Sustainable Business Initiative, University of Edinburgh
  • Michelle Thomson; Founding Director; Momentous Change

 

Further details and registration


Venue:

Auditorium

University of Edinburgh Business School

29 Buccleuch Place, Edinburgh, Lothian EH8 9JS

United Kingdom

 

Seminar
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 18:30 to 20:00
Organiser: 
University of Edinburgh Business School, Maturity Institute, and Amersi Foundation
Open to all
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