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Wake Forest Center for the Study of Capitalism

In 2008 the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism was formed at Wake Forest University. The objective of the Center is to engage faculty and students in exploring the system of capitalism in its entirety.
Wake Forest Center for the Study of Capitalism
Wake Forest Center for the Study of CapitalismWednesday, July 15th, 2020 at 5:09pm
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Wake Forest Center for the Study of CapitalismMonday, July 13th, 2020 at 6:50pm
Since the murder of George Floyd and the "Battle of Lafayette Square," diversity and inclusion has taken center stage in a way that it hasn't since the great Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. On social media, the Black Lives Matter protests have generated far more conversation than all other social issues – abortion, immigration, gun control, and #MeToo – combined. This is not a passing moment but an historic crossroads. Companies have and are changing but most are asking, "We want to do the right thing but don't fully know what or how?"

There are no easy answers but the paths are beginning to emerge. Join a panel of communications and legal experts who will explore the internal changes that need to be made and the external communications that is required.

Richard Levick will moderate this discussion as part of the Center's new series, "The Future of Capitalism." Visit capitalism.wfu.edu/upcoming-events/ to learn about our distinguished panelists: Kurt Bardella, Neil Foote, Bill Ide, Chris Jackson, and Derede McAlpin.

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Wake Forest Center for the Study of Capitalism
Wake Forest Center for the Study of CapitalismThursday, July 9th, 2020 at 5:23pm
"Don't go back to work, go forward to work." -Martin Lindstrom

Tune in now for this enlightening and necessary conversation
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Wake Forest Center for the Study of CapitalismTuesday, July 7th, 2020 at 3:55pm
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Wake Forest Center for the Study of CapitalismMonday, June 29th, 2020 at 4:55pm
*Date change to 7/9.
Companies are asking a radical new question: “How can we be good corporate citizens in an age of civil unrest?” They can no longer be neutral. Nor can they handle the issue of unrest and cultural non-inclusion exclusively through advertising, social media, nascent recruiting, and corporate social responsibility.

Join bestselling author and one of the world’s leading experts on brand and culture transformation, Martin Lindstrom, and crisis communication expert Richard Levick in a conversation with CSC Executive Director Christina Elson. They will explore how companies standing at a monumental crossroads can re-evaluate their brand and culture for transparent and transformative outcomes.

This webcast is part of the series, “The Future of Capitalism”. Watch it live at bit.ly/CSCwebcast-corporatecitizens at 1:00 PM EDT on Thursday, July 9, 2020. #wfucapitalismconversations

For additional information on this event and the panelists, visit the website at capitalism.wfu.edu/upcoming-events.

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Wake Forest Center for the Study of Capitalism
Wake Forest Center for the Study of CapitalismTuesday, June 16th, 2020 at 2:35pm
“Will Covid-19 Bring Creation or Destruction to Campus?”

Re-opening campus is important but raises liability issues. Integrating health testing, movement tracking, and online learning management systems raise civil liberty, privacy, and cybersecurity issues. In this panel, we’ll evaluate perspectives on these risks and tradeoffs and their long-term impact on higher education.

Join moderator Christina Elson, Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Capitalism, as she speaks with notable panelists Peggy Daley, Rogan Kersh, Neal McCluskey, and Robert Shibley on their insightful perspectives on the pandemic response and what that means for higher education.

View the live webcast today at 1:00 PM EDT

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