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Human Governance: the ‘why’, the ‘what’, the ‘how’ & the ‘who’

The Why? The Maturity Institute (MI) was formed for a number of very sound reasons. One is recognition, shared with many other impartial observers, that there is something rotten in the state of capitalism.  That does not mean capitalism is … Continue reading

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Is the social responsibility of business to increase its profits?

This question has been a thorn in the side of capitalism ever since the corporation was invented; and one to which the Nobel prize-winning economist, Milton Friedman, set out a definitive answer in his seminal article of 1970[i].  Whether you … Continue reading

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