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The Great Trust Shift

RSA Event

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Great Room Auditorium, RSA House

  • Economics and Finance
  • Digital
  • Technology

From government to business, banks to the media, it would seem that public trust in our institutions is at an all-time low. And yet this isn’t an age of distrust – far from it.

Author of Who Can You Trust? Rachel Botsman is joined by Chief Economist at the Bank of England Andy Haldane to debate whether we are moving to a new era, in which we trust institutions less, but people and networks more.

If this is so, what does it mean for those industries that are critically reliant on trust – such as banking?

 

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