An Evening Talk with Lord Sainsbury ‘Progressive Capitalism, How to achieve economic growth, liberty and social justice’
Through our relationship with Policy Exchange, I am delighted to have secured a number of seats for Lord Sainsbury’s talk centred around his book ‘Progressive Capitalism, How to achieve economic growth, liberty and social justice’. Daniel Finkelstein OBE, Chairman of Policy Exchange and Columnist & Leader Writer of The Times will Chair the talk.
Wednesday 15th May 6:30am, Westminster
In an era when incomes are stagnating, and for many poor and middle-class people declining, financial markets are unstable and governments are having to cut back on essential services, Lord David Sainsbury’s book, Progressive Capitalism, sets out a new approach for policymakers across the political spectrum. Based on the three defining beliefs of Progressive thinking: the importance of institutions; the role of the state; and the measurement of economic success defined by social justice as well as economic growth, Lord Sainsbury will set out some of the key themes of his book at this event. David Sainsbury was Finance Director of J. Sainsbury plc from 1973–1990, Deputy Chairman from 1988–1992, and Chairman from 1992–1998. He became Lord Sainsbury of Turville in October 1997 and served as Minister of Science and Innovation from July 1998 until November 2006. He is the Chancellor of the University of Cambridge.
If you would like to attend please RSVP to Phoebe Hammill
020 7529 5656