Heather McGregor, Dean of Edinburgh Business School at Heriot-Watt University, joins the podcast to share details newly announced Panmure House Prize, an annual award in honor of pioneering economist Adam Smith for the best research into long-term investing. McGregor also discusses Herion-Watt’s recent focus on decarbonization research, and her 15+ years writing as the Financial Times’ “Mrs Moneypenny.”
To learn more about the Panmure House Prize and Adam Smith’s Panmure House, visit panmurehouse.org.
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