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Stakeholder Capitalism: Beyond GDP – measuring what matters
Natalie Pierce: Welcome to Stakeholder Capitalism, a show from the World Economic Forum exploring how economies can be made to work for progress, people and the planet. I’m Natalie Pierce. And with me is the co-author of the book Stakeholder Capitalism, exploring what’s gone wrong with capitalism and what can be done to fix it.
Peter Vanham: It’s a real pleasure to be here with you, and indeed, to talk about this book that I co-authored with Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum. He’s been thinking for 50 years about how capitalism can work, not just in the short-term interest of shareholders, but for all of a company’s stakeholders, including employees, the communities it’s operating in and, of course, the planet as a whole.