Could a more inclusive narrative remedy the global, systemic risks created by a world indoctrinated by the Neoliberal economic narrative?

In the final panel of the Finance, Geography, and Sustainability Workshops, Sandra Waddock, Professor of Management and the Galligan Chair of Strategy in the Carroll School of Corporate Responsibility at Boston College, as well as Karen Lai, Assistant Professor at the Department of Geography at the National University of Singapore delve into the outcomes of the neoliberal shaping of our economic narrative and metrics. What alternative emerging paradigms might encompass economy, society, and nature? What metric might replace the flawed GNP/GDP as a measure of prosperity and status in this new model?

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