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China’s Planned Capitalism

At The Falling Walls Conference, Dean Doug Guthrie disentangles the assumption that markets are more efficient than state planning and provides a unique view on economic innovation.

Posted by gwsb on December 15, 2010 | Filed under: Dean,GWSB Videos,Video.

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  1. Given our differences, especially in political will and short term electoral horizons, the lessons of China’s renewable energy progress seem quite difficult to learn.

    Is a clean technology Manhattan Project likely or even possible? What are our viable alternatives if not?

    On February 11th at the George Washington University, the Business Response to Climate Change conference will explore how forward thinking businesses seize market opportunities for clean technologies. Our goal is to inspire the business leaders of tomorrow to think about ways that they can drive tomorrow’s energy
    strategies, and use the power of business to create lasting social and environmental good.

    Comment by Andrew Seal — December 17, 2010 @ 1:27 pm

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