Klaus Schwab

Klaus Schwab

Klaus Schwab is founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum.

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The View | How the coronavirus pandemic could provoke a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism across countries and sectors

Global leaders must steer the market towards fairer outcomes, ensure stimulus programmes support equality and sustainability, and use the innovations of the fourth industrial revolution to address health care and social challenges.

3 Jun 2020 - 10:28PM

Global leaders must steer the market towards fairer outcomes, ensure stimulus programmes support equality and sustainability, and use the innovations of the fourth industrial revolution to address health care and social challenges.

How the coronavirus pandemic could provoke a ‘Great Reset’ of capitalism across countries and sectors
The View | What kind of capitalism does the world need? One where business leaders fulfil their duty to society

Amid climate change and rising consumer repugnance for profit-focused enterprise, businesses are moving towards stakeholder capitalism, a concept enshrined in the 1973 Davos Manifesto.

2 Dec 2019 - 10:25PM

Amid climate change and rising consumer repugnance for profit-focused enterprise, businesses are moving towards stakeholder capitalism, a concept enshrined in the 1973 Davos Manifesto.

What kind of capitalism does the world need? One where business leaders fulfil their duty to society
The View | The fourth industrial revolution will worsen inequality – but only if the world lets it

The right response to globalisation is not retreating within national borders but crafting new models that create opportunities for all.

7 Nov 2018 - 11:38PM

The right response to globalisation is not retreating within national borders but crafting new models that create opportunities for all.

The fourth industrial revolution will worsen inequality – but only if the world lets it
Five challenges for true global leaders in 2017