Achtergrond - 11 mei 2009
Rhineland capitalism in times of crisis
Monday, 20 April, Nieuwe Kerk, The Hague
The global economic crisis has triggered a lively debate on the future of capitalism. Increasingly, the merits and drawbacks of the opposing Rhenish and Anglo-Saxon models of capitalism are under scrutiny. The recent economic meltdown draws attention to a number of important questions: what are the responsibilities for stakeholders, shareholders, and the state concerning their conduct in the marketplace? And how do these actors respond to the new economic reality?
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