26:4 issue contents - The New Corporatism
Business as usual no longer holds. More than a decade on from the financial crash, fundamental failings in orthodox theories of the role of business and purpose of profit have become brutally clear. And, at the start of a new decade, growing inequality, a lack of shared prosperity, and a looming climate crisis have further exposed the limits of the status quo.
This issue looks to outline a new vision for the future of business – combining profit with purpose, to create a more just country for all.
- Editorial / Carys Roberts, Chris Thomas, Shreya Nanda and Joshua Emden
- Riding the fourth wave / Cas Mudde
- Good work and how companies can achieve it / Beth Farhat
- Automation Nation / Asheem Singh
- How to end shareholder primacy / Lenore Palladino
- The myth of shareholder primacy / Sahil Jai Dutta and Samuel Knafo
- The time for activism is now / Bethan Livesey
- The swing of the pendulum / Sam Mitha
- A risk too far? / Helen Mercer
- The future of infrastructure financing / Dexter Whitfield
- Were Labour's plans for business too radical? / John Curtice