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Muhammad Yunus: Revolutionized Banking

Muhammad Yunus: Revolutionized Banking

Jul 24, 2018-- What would it take to create a world with zero poverty, unemployment, or net carbon emissions? In "A World of Three Zeros," economist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammed Yunus continues his work conceiving economic and social systems that enable people to break out of poverty. Well known for pioneering microloans and founding Grameen Bank, Yunus also has novel thoughts on capitalism and how it can better benefit humanity. People are not just selfish, he argues, but selfish and selfless at the same time. A better system would allow for and encourage both for-profit and social businesses. People also are creative and independent, which they often immediately hand over to employers. A better system would not take away their vitality. In this thought-provoking interview with Mele-Ane Havea of Dumbo Feather, Yunus shares more ideas from his latest book. (7105 reads)

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