The conference, Corporate Social Responsibility Revisited, was part of a larger discussion centered on the anniversary of Milton Friedman’s op-ed, which included Political Economy of Finance 2020: Should Corporations Have a Social Purpose? a conference hosted by the George J. Stigler Center for the Study of the Economy and the State.
Corporate Social Responsibility Revisited: Hong Kong
Our campus in Hong Kong kicked off this global virtual conference. Tandean Rustandy, ’07 (AXP-6), gave the welcome and opening remarks.
The keynote featured a fireside discussion with Ahmed Saeed, ’96, and Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala, and was moderated by Henny Sender of the Financial Times.
In the panel How COVID is Making the Case for Sustainability, speakers discussed how we can rebuild in a way that is more environmentally sustainable and resilient than before. Panelists included Seema Arora, Swee Chen Goh, ’03 (AXP-2), and Katherine Ng. Their discussion was moderated by Eden Strategy Institute’s managing partner, Calvin Chu Yee Ming, ’09 (AXP-8).
15 minutes: Welcome and Opening Remarks from Tandean Rustandy, ’07 (AXP-6), Founder and CEO, PT Arwana Citramulia Tbk, and University of Chicago Trustee.
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