Bruno Roche is an economist, speaker, businessman and author. He is the founder and leader of the Economics of Mutuality – a new school of thought and a disruptive model for business performance designed to transform business at the core, enhancing performance by meeting critical social & environmental needs.
He served as the Chief Economist of Mars, incorporated between 2006 and 2020. In that position he led Catalyst, a global thought leadership capability and internal corporate think tank to Mars which has been the laboratory for the Economics of Mutuality since 2006.
He co-created the Economics of Mutuality Labs at the business schools of Oxford University and Shanghai (CEIBS); he serves as an expert to the World Economic Forum and is a visiting lecturer in different universities. He co-authored the book, ‘Completing Capitalism: Heal Business to Heal the World’ in 2018 which has been translated in China by Citic Press in 2018 and ‘The Economics of Mutuality: Putting Purpose into Practice’ which will be published by Oxford University Press in 2020.
In 2020, he launched with the support of Mars, incorporated the Economics of Mutuality foundation, a global public interest foundation operating from Geneva, Switzerland with a strategic consultancy arm – designed to share the Economics of Mutuality with like-purposed organizations (in business, finance and management schools)
His education and doctoral research interests followed an applied maths path with a specialization in international economics & finance and management sciences.
2020 06 08
The way in which companies think about social impact is shifting. Increasingly, they are looking how to integrate it in their business practices and core values. These companies know that a thriving economy and a thriving society go hand in hand. In this session,…Read More