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Markets and Morality

Can human values be incorporated into global capitalism?

This open conference will consider the central issue: to what extent can existing global market structures deliver social and ecological objectives along with adequate financial returns? The morning session will address what kind of new business models will deliver financial as well as social and ecological returns, and the role of government in promoting socially and ecologically responsible development policies and ensuring their delivery. The afternoon session will consider what kind of new or reformed international institutions and initiatives are required to regulate the operation of markets. The programme is designed to allow each speaker to give a lecture and enter into dialogue with fellow speakers and the audience.


Ms Clare Short | talks | www
Danah Zohar | talks
James Robertson | talks
Rt Hon David Willetts | talks | www


Date and Time:

13 November 2004 at 9:00 am


Full Day



Gower Street

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Organised by:

Scientific and Medical Network
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£65.00 (includes lunch)

Available from:

Scientific and Medical Network
PO Box 11
Moreton in Marsh, Glos. GL56 0ZF

Telephone: +44 (0)1608 652000
email: info@scimednet.org
Website: www.scimednet.org

Additional Information:

Speakers: Clare Short, MP, Danah Zohar, James Robertson, David Willetts MP

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