Who really shapes an eco-friendly and social market economy in practice? Are state and public institutions the main drivers and set milestones? Or, do private and semi-state actors drive change? Where is binding regulation needed, and where might a voluntary commitment be more effective?
Businesspeople will discuss these questions with students at a seminar organized by the Senate Institute for Public Policy and the University of Bonn during the summer term 2017. Participants will be Dr. Gerd Müller (Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development), Dieter Overath (Fairtrade), Susanne Bergius (Handelsblatt), Niels Kuijer (Nespresso Germany), Frank Breckwoldt (Ryf Coiffeur) and Dirk Walterspacher (ForestFinest Consulting).
Dirk Walterspacher, CEO of ForestFinest, will present his ideas on 18 May.
For further information please klick here: http://www.senatsinstitut.de/news/von-der-sozialen-zur-oekosozialen-marktwirtschaft-private-und-staatliche-akteure/