A college student leans against a wall painted with anti-capitalism graffiti in Mumbai, India, in 2004. Photo: AFPA college student leans against a wall painted with anti-capitalism graffiti in Mumbai, India, in 2004. Photo: AFP
A college student leans against a wall painted with anti-capitalism graffiti in Mumbai, India, in 2004. Photo: AFP
Klaus Schwab
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Klaus Schwab

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 have finally started to move towards stakeholder capitalism, a concept enshrined in the 1973 Davos Manifesto

A college student leans against a wall painted with anti-capitalism graffiti in Mumbai, India, in 2004. Photo: AFPA college student leans against a wall painted with anti-capitalism graffiti in Mumbai, India, in 2004. Photo: AFP
A college student leans against a wall painted with anti-capitalism graffiti in Mumbai, India, in 2004. Photo: AFP
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