Captialism’s Toxic Assumptions


The Credit Crunch, global recession, austerity and Grexit are widely touted as the ‘morbid symptoms’ of capitalism in collapse. The design assumptions that served it well are past their sell-by date, and flat-earth thinking by economists and politicians alike is preventing reform. The churches are brilliantly placed to lead this effort. But how?

Dr Eve Poole read theology before becoming a management consultant with Deloitte. She’s taught leadership and ethics at Ashridge Business School and is Chair of Faith in Business at Ridley Hall.

Eve Poole