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Mark Carney on a values-led economy

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Jul 13, 2021

In an article posted by Strategy+Business on July 13, 2021, the former governor of the Bank of England argues for a fundamental rewiring of the financial system to confront global challenges.

Carney, has recently written a wide-ranging new book, “"Value(s): Building a Better World for All”. The 500-plus-page book lays out a framework for business leaders, investors, and policymakers as they embark on a green recovery. It’s also the latest rebuke of unfettered capitalism and free-market fundamentalism offered up by a high-profile figure from the world of finance.

In a recent interview with Strategy+Business from his home office in Ottawa, Carney spoke about the shape of the recovery and how businesses can contribute to a purposeful future.

For further details, see the article.

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