Minouche Shafik: ‘I don’t have to be the smartest person in the room’
Brexit and coronavirus provide a sense of historic opportunity. Henry Mance has lunch with the director of the London School of Economics. They discuss her shock at the rise of populism, how she navigated the ‘sticky door’ syndrome in her career and how her vision for a new social contract is full of ideas that could see British society emerge stronger than ever from its recent challenges.
From Financial Times