The Convergence of Economic Theory: Common Prosperity and the Economics of Mutuality
About this webinar
While working towards growth, it is important to look at the road map. The term ‘common prosperity’ has risen high on the political agenda of China. What does this refer to and what are the implications? And, how does it connect with other economic models? Bruno Roche coined the term of the ‘economics of mutuality.’ What does this concept entail? And, how do these two economic models overlap or converge?
During this webinar, we will think deeply about the path into the future. How can and should growth happen? What is the role of the state, of companies and of society?
Oliver Rui, Professor of Finance and Accounting and Parkland Chair in Finance, CEIBS
Dr. Oliver Rui is a Professor of Finance and Accounting and the Parkland Chair in Finance at CEIBS. He is also professionally designated as a Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) and Financial Risk Manager (FRM). Prof. Rui is an award-winning teacher and researcher. He has a wide range of research interests and has published over 70 papers in reputable economics, finance, accounting and management journals.
Bruno Roche Founder & Executive Director, Economics of Mutuality and Former Mars Chief Economist
Bruno Roche is the founder and leader of the Economics of Mutuality platform. He also served as the Chief Economist at Mars between 2006 and 2020. In that position, he led Catalyst, a global thought leadership capability and internal corporate think tank to Mars, which was the laboratory for the Economics of Mutuality from 2006.
This event will be moderated by Prof. Peter Moran, Associate Professor of Strategy, CEIBS.
Date & Time: February 15, 2023, @ 12:15-13:45 (CET) / 19:15-20:45 (Shanghai) / 11:15-12:45 (Accra)
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