Responsible Business Forum 2018: The economics of mutuality
How can a more responsible approach to capitalism help to mobilise business for the benefit of humanity, society and the environment?
In May 2016, at a landmark conference at the Saïd Business School, the Oxford-Mars Responsible Business Forum asked investors, academics, executives, and MBA students to re-examine assumptions about how businesses should operate in the 21st century. In May 2017, the second Forum shared new concrete examples on how major corporations are seeking to improve their performance in relation to human, social and natural capitals.
The third Forum in May 2018 will be devoted to the economic and social challenges that business faces, the need to restore trust in the corporate and financial sectors, and the impact that the fourth industrial revolution will have on business, society and economies.
The Responsible Business Forum: reframing the parameters of business for the benefit of people, planet and performance in the 21st century.