Tag: wefbookclub

2021-03-28

Threads of Wokeness, governance, and special interest groups in the Stakeholder Model; maybe this subjects need more work.

2021-03-27

Long-term profit for companies with the stakeholder model. However, metrics proposed by the WEF have ideological parts.

2021-03-25

The concept model of Stakeholder Capitalism draws a solution to the previously described problems and hinting at possible implementations.

2021-03-23

Human development and preserving our planet may be at odds with each other; how to find balance in a divided world.

2021-03-16

Robots, AI and biotech will change jobs, taxation, or lives and our societies. We can learn from previous industrial revolutions on how to adapt.

2021-03-13

Globalization is an ongoing process, bound to technology, trade routes, and empires. It can bring great benefits, but also risks, which must be balanced.

2021-03-10

Polarization and societal division are on the rise. The green left vs. alt-right is not just ideological; economic issues and growing inequality drive this.

2021-03-07

Asia's growth has been huge, but is unsustainable, according to this third chapter of the book. Still there is potential.

2021-02-27

Global warming, slowing GDP, inequality, and the environment.

2021-02-25

Are the authors somewheres or anywheres? In Ch.1 of the book, the post WO2 growth and stagnation is sketched.

2021-02-23

Building back after COVID-19: taking into account all stakeholders. The preface of the book and how I'll do my review series.

2021-02-21

An index of my review articles on the book Stakeholder Capitalism.