Why the Privileged Leader must step up to solve a global challenge
We face another pandemic in 2021 which now requires a moral ‘vaccine’.
An Architect’s Challenge: Interview with Panmure House architect, Jon Newey
Jon Newey, a member of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, was selected to transform the derelict and forlorn Panmure House into an internationally acclaimed centre for Scotland’s most famous economist Adam Smith.
Adaptation for Future Resilience
Humanity is a juggernaut on a collision course with the hard limits of nature
Henry and Adam: A deep and special friendship
A retrospective look at the relationship between the 3rd Duke of Buccleuch and Adam Smith by Professor Benny Higgins, chairman of the Buccleuch Estates.
The Children’s Champion: Young People to the Fore
Thirty Years Ago, in September 1990, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) came into force.
OBITUARY: A champion of Panmure House restoration
This obituary appeared in The Times newspaper in November 2019.
Orwell & Smith
Two outstanding writers of their generations shared a similar and critical fate, the inaugural Inspirational Alba address in Panmure House heard in Edinburgh, in early 2020, before the Covid-19 lockdown.
Banking's Journey from Virtue to Vice
Award-winning author and writer Ian Fraser sets out his views of how and why the Scottish banking industry, much admired by Adam Smith, have fallen from grace.
Panmure House Perspectives began life as a biannual business magazine. Hard-copy printing ceased in response to the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, and all our articles are now published fully online. Past editions of the printed magazine are still available to download in PDF format below.