About the Initiative

The Henry Jackson Initiative For Inclusive Capitalism (HJI) is a non-profit initiative working towards a more Inclusive Capitalism.

It grew out of the HJI Task Force project for Inclusive Capitalism, which was co-chaired by Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director of McKinsey, and Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, CEO of El Rothschild, and sought solutions to the serious dislocations caused by developments in capitalism over the past 30 years and exacerbated by the financial crisis of 2008.

To read the Task Force's report, 'Towards a More Inclusive Capitalism', click here.

The HJI is independent and non-partisan.

News

  • Will City-led Revolutions Solve Our Toughest Economic Problems?
    Will City-led Revolutions Solve Our Toughest Economic Problems?
    30 October 2013

    By kind invitation of Daniel Kawczynski MP, The Henry Jackson Initiative is pleased to invite you to a meeting with Bruce J. Katz, Vice President and Director of the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution. Katz, who has worked with the Obama administration and regularly advises US federal, state, regional and municipal leaders on policy reforms, will expand on the arguments put forward in The Metropolitan Revolution. ...more

  • The Era of Behaviour
    The Era of Behaviour
    23 October 2013

    The Henry Jackson Initiative is pleased to invite you to a discussion with Dov Seidman, CEO and Thought Leader on Principled Behaviour. Seidman, a sought-after advisor in the corporate virtue circuit whose firm LRN has worked with hundreds of companies to foster ethical cultures, will describe how companies and their people can operate in both a principled and profitable way, and why it is both necessary and advantageous for them to do so....more

  • A Capitalism for the 21st Century
    A Capitalism for the 21st Century
    07 October 2013

    The Henry Jackson Initiative is pleased to invite you to a meeting with Edmund Phelps, McVickar Professor of Political Economy at Columbia University....more