Join us as we speak to Ken Shibusawa about the importance of morality in economics.
Eiichi Shibusawa, known as the "father of Japanese capitalism" because of his involvement in the establishment of some 500 companies and 600 social public works projects, advocated the "Analects and Arithmetic". An idea from more than 100 years ago, states that morality and economics should go hand in hand, an action guideline that should be utilized even today, given the need for a sustainable economic society in the post-Corona era.
Let's revive the spirit of Eiichi Shibusawa, who always aimed for a better tomorrow, and practice corporate management that promotes a prosperous society.
The video of Mr. Shibusawa's lecture will be available until October 12.