We need water. We need oxygen. We need win-win markets.
Not a day has gone by in the history of humanity where we did not need each other. Capitalism is not an ideology – it is a system. And while it possesses the potential for humans creating win-win transactions among each other, then systems can be flawed. We need to mend and transform the system, but we cannot do it alone. Whether we call it humanistic capitalism or win-win markets, what matters is that we start to use the strength of the system to make the best possible impact on the most important thing we have: each other.Sources referenced in the video:
- “Capitalism and Its Impact on Global Living Standards”, Josh Swan, University of Birmingham
- “The Cambridge History of Capitalism”, Cambridge University
- “Exxon loses board seats to activist hedge fund in landmark climate vote”, Reuters
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