Episode 5: At the Edge of ESG
Can investment strategies achieve real world environmental and social outcomes? Are private corporations the right vehicles for achieving social aims? Do we need to rethink an economic model skewed toward private activity and to challenge concentrations of power in order to value fully natural and social goods?
Our Guest: Denise Hearn, Senior fellow at the American Economic Liberties Project and co-lead of the Access to Markets Initiative. She is co-author of The Myth of Capitalism, Monopolies and the Death of Competition and author of the blog Embodied Economics.
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