K. K. Tse
Hong Kong’s protests are just the tip of the iceberg: capitalism is in crisis across the globe
- The effects of ‘shareholder capitalism’, which prioritises profit, can be seen around the world, including in the dissatisfaction of Hongkongers. Can a responsible new business model, championed by leading US corporations, be a turning point?
Born in Hong Kong, K. K. Tse holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Manchester and an MBA from Cranfield School of Management, UK. A former business executive and management consultant, he is the co-founder of two certified B Corps in Hong Kong, and co-convener of The B Market Builder HK. He is the author of the book, Marks & Spencer: Anatomy of Britain’s Most Efficiently Managed Company.