First Panmure House Declaration

Over 100 leading economists, academic thinkers, and business leaders affirmed the First Panmure House Declaration urging international leaders to base policies and decision-making on a set of common principles of democracy and freedom, as espoused and formulated by Adam Smith.

The declaration came at the conclusion of the New Enlightenment Conference, which was initiated and organized by David Teece, Panmure House’s inaugural Adam Smith scholar-in-residence.

Read the full article from Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University.

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