[LISTEN] Changing the way we see economics
How do we change 'me' economics to 'we' economics in this day and age?
Eusebius McKaiser speaks to Alexander Forbes Research Institute head Anne Cabot-Allethauzer about the way work and the economics of the world should be changing at this time.
There is the capacity in human beings to cooperate and that is a phenomenon that conventional economics just simply ignores.Anne Cabot-Allethauzer, Head - Alexander Forbes Research Institute
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