Running businesses differently – Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England


5.45pm, 3 March 2016, Alliance MBS

Can business be run differently?
Are corporate models fit for purpose?
Who ultimately runs a company?

Whether it’s excessive executive remuneration, unethical practices, the use of monopoly or oligopoly powers, or too much focus on short-termism, the traditional corporate model has faced a rising tide of criticism in recent years.

Hear Andy Haldane, Chief Economist at the Bank of England and Executive Director of Monetary Analysis and Statistics, explore different governance and incentive structures and discuss the various micro-economic frictions and their macro-economic impact.

This lecture marks the end of a short series of Responsible Business lectures, led by AMBS Professor Karel Williams and supported by Manchester University Press.  The series has illustrated the radicalism of current practitioner thinking about responsible business.

This lecture will be off the record and we ask that guests kindly respect this.

The Vital Topics series is generously supported by RBS RBS logo

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Alliance Manchester Business School has a global reputation for innovative and influential teaching and research, which impacts business on a local, national and international level. We call this Original Thinking Applied.

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