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The first stated mission of Harvard Business School was to educate leaders who “make a decent profit—decently.” Nitin Nohria, former Dean of Harvard Business School (2010-2020), joins the podcast to discuss why this approach is becoming the norm in the form of stakeholder capitalism (18:00) and greater awareness of ESG issues (23:00). We also explore the lasting impact of the work of Adam Smith on the heels of the announcement of the new Panmure House Prize (31:00).

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One of UK’s largest academic prizes launches to capture vision of Adam Smith for modern age

22 February 2021 - Applications are now open for the Panmure House Prize, named in honour of the former home of the eighteenth century Scottish economist, Adam Smith Heriot-Watt University announces internationally-renowned panellists to judge submissions, including James Anderson, partner...

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Investors and Companies Can Drive ESG Metrics Forward Together

22 July 2020 - Investors want standardized reporting of sustainability and other non-traditional metrics. What will that look like on a global scale?

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