Wealth

Vichaar Manthan aims to explore the narratives that societies tell each other and to themselves. These stories embody, legitimise and contextualise the knowledge and experiences of a society.  They order a collective memory. The most powerful stories shape our behaviour and in turn influence institutions to react to the world in equal stead.  

At the Sustainable Narratives 2020 conference, we explored the most prevailing and long-lasting stories about how we govern a truly globalised technological world. What are the stories we tell ourselves about how nation-states regulate large, powerful international corporations; or ought to build greater real-time transparency, and therefore greater accountability; or to re-think the relationship between nationalism and fraternity amongst a citizenry? We put each prevailing narrative in the dock and cross-examined it in the light of sustainability. 

Creating Wealth Sustainably

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At the Sustainable Narratives 2020 conference, we explored the most prevailing and long-lasting stories about how the economy works. Stories like those concerning fiscal policy, or investment opportunities, or the emerging idea to democratise and regulate conglomerates, or that free markets are a panacea, or how technology will create level playing fields. We put each prevailing narrative on the dock and cross-examined it in the light of sustainability.

Creating Wealth Sustainably

Featuring:

Sachin+Headshot.jpg
Eric Lonergan.jpg
jamie.jpg
harsh.jpg

At the Sustainable Narratives 2020 conference, we explored the most prevailing and long-lasting stories about how the economy works. Stories like those concerning fiscal policy, or investment opportunities, or the emerging idea to democratise and regulate conglomerates, or that free markets are a panacea, or how technology will create level playing fields. We put each prevailing narrative on the dock and cross-examined it in the light of sustainability.