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Capitalism & socialism have run out of road

Joe Zammit-Lucia speaks to The Real Agenda: "We need to challenge conventional thinking, "

London 15 October 2018: Challenges for Change, time for a radical rethink, is the second episode in Series 1 of The Real Agenda, the podcast for political change. This show is now available not just on iTunes but also Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher and other podcast providers.

Presenter Tom Burgess speaks with Joe Zammit-Lucia, the founder of Radix, a think tank. According to Joe: "It is not a question of capitalism or socialism, we need to take the best of each, but both run out of road, we need to revitalise the thinking but it won't work if we are split into adversarial camps. We need a new conversation. The world is changing, but our institutions cant keep up the pace, so we need to accelerate their change."

Joe Zammit-Lucia is a medical doctor, entrepreneur, investor, leadership adviser, author and well-connected commentator. As founder of Radix, a think tank, he seeks to bring together those that want to see a revival of a radical approach to solving our fundamental economic and social problems. He is determined to challenge received wisdom and be provocative enough to shake our institutions out of their complacency,

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