||Will Hutton examines how Britain could create an economy, society and democracy in which the mass of citizens flourish - reinventing and repurposing core institutions like the company, the bank, the shareholder and trade union that have in varying ways lost their way.
Will Hutton is a political economist, writer, broadcaster, Guardian columnist and former editor-in-chief for The Observer. He is a governor of the London School of Economics, Principal of Hertford College, Oxford, and chair of the Big Innovation Centre. His books include "The State We're In".
Part of this year's Off the Shelf Festival of Words, now running at various venues around Sheffield. Entry £8/£6.50 concessions.
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