Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust aims to play a constructive role in the economic system, helping to support strong growth businesses for the long term. Many of these businesses are transforming the world in which we live: from commerce and transportation through to healthcare and the industrialisation of biology. The team believe it is vital to try to understand the world around us, identifying the advancements in technology which are disrupting the established economic and business practices. To support this, the team engages with many informed thinkers, academics and writers.
You can find an array of articles on some of the progressive companies the trust invests in, along with information on our literary sponsorship and exclusive author interviews in Trust magazine. You can read Trust online or request a printed copy to be delivered free to your door. Trust is the award-winning free magazine from Baillie Gifford, published twice a year in the Spring and Autumn.
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A deeply moving story of what it means to care for those we love by bestselling author Kate Mosse.
From the bestselling author of Dear Life, Breathtaking is a compassionate, heartbreaking and compelling account of an NHS doctor in the midst of the greatest public health crisis in living memory.
Recommended by Tamara Zimet (Deputy Programme Director)
I first read German writer Jenny Erpenbeck on the recommendation of a colleague about five years ago.
End of Days – her sixth novel – was enough to get me hooked and become a full-blown Erpenbeck evangelist.
An optimistic vision of the future after Covid-19 by a leading professor of globalisation at the University of Oxford.
Based on decades of research, and combining mesmerising, state-of-the-art satellite maps with enlightening and passionately argued analysis, Ian and Robert chart humanity's impact on the planet, and the ways in which we can make a real impact to save it, and to thrive as a species. Learn about: fires in the arctic;
The book that changed the conversation on the contemporary museum
Free market, competitive capitalism is dead. The separation between politics and economics can no longer be sustained.
One of the world's most influential economists sets out the basis for a new social contract fit for the 21st century 'In the tradition of Beveridge, Shafik points us toward ...