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Some of you will have listened to the 2020 series of The Reith lectures: How We get What We Value – given by Mark Carney, the former Governor of the Bank of England.
The lectures are particularly pertinent in relation to the desired outcomes from our Silver Linings competition, which challenges how we currently perceive, treat, care for and finance our increasingly older population, and how we generate and ascribe ‘value’ to them as individuals and to their well being.
We are seeking to close the gap between value and values with new and innovative projects that benefit all stakeholders.
In the first lecture ‘From Moral to Market Sentiments’, Carney details that…