It is just twenty-five years since Fukuyama's claim, taken seriously at the time, that capitalism and liberal democracy had won, and represented the endpoint of cultural advance. Instead, after a decade of stagnation marked by extremes of wealth and opportunity, it seems that capitalism, far from being victorious, is fundamentally broken.

Is capitalism in need of reform, or is a more profound change required to create a fairer and more equal society? Or, despite its flaws, is capitalism still the only reliable driver of improved living standards from London to Beijing?

Author of Plunder of The Commons, Guy Standing, politician and libertarian economist Jamie Whyte, FT Alphaville editor, Izabella Kaminska and senior economic adviser at HSBC Holdings, Stephen King ask whether we can save Capitalism - and whether we should.