Center for the Study of Capitalism at Wake Forest University to Host Best Selling Author and Brand Expert Martin Lindstrom and Crisis Communications Expert Richard Levick
Wake Forest University’s Center for the Study of Capitalism will host a webinar titled, “The End of Brand Neutrality: How to Be Good Corporate Citizens in an Age of Civil Unrest” with Martin Lindstrom and Richard Levick.
Noted Communications Expert Richard Levick Named Executive Affiliate, Joins WFU’s The Future of Capitalism Initiative
Richard S. Levick, Esq. Chairman and CEO of LEVICK, a global communications firm levick.com has joined the Center for the Study of Capitalism as an Executive Affiliate.
Winston-Salem Journal: Christina Elson and Richard Levick on Corporate Citizenship in an Age of Civil Unrest
While people marching in the streets is an obvious indicator of anger and a demand for change, don’t be lulled into thinking if there are no demonstrations there is no outrage. This is not a “summer of discontent” but a moment that changes the future
Join the Center for the Study of Capitalism for live panel discussions on how the pandemic and resulting economic fallout are impacting well-functioning democratic capitalism.
Affiliate Program brings experienced, talented people together to contribute to national conversations about the meaning of well-functioning capitalism.
John A. Allison appointed to the Great American Economic Revival Industry Groups and National Coronavirus Recovery Commission.
Christina Elson has been named Executive Director of the Wake Forest Center for the Study of Capitalism.
Center director Matthew Phillips met with Ambassador Thomas Carter, the permanent representative of the United States to the International Civil Aviation Organization.
Matthew Phillips will be on the ALSB's executive committee for the next five years, organizing the international conference in 2022 and serving as president in 2022–23.
John Allison, Executive-in-Residence of the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, appeared on CNBC's Squawk on the Street. Mr. Allison discussed how the trade war affects the markets and what the Fed should do next.