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Confronting Capitalism : Real Solutions for a Troubled Economic System.

Author/Creator:
Kotler, Philip.
Publication:
Nashville : AMACOM, 2015.
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Book
1 online resource (184 pages)
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Subjects:
Capitalism.
Capitalism -- Social aspects.
Economic policy.
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Electronic books.
Summary:
We don't need to replace capitalism, just improve it--so that it can work for all!.
Contents:
Intro
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Introduction: Creating High-Performance Capitalism
Chapter 1: The Persistence of Poverty
Chapter 2: Income Inequality on the Rise
Chapter 3: Workers Under Siege
Chapter 4: Job Creation in the face of Growing Automation
Chapter 5: Companies not Covering their "Social Costs"
Chapter 6: Environment Exploitation
Chapter 7: Business Cycles and Economic Instability
Chapter 8: The Dangers of Narrow Self-Interest
Chapter 9: The Debt Burden and Financial Regulation
Chapter 10: How Politics Subverts Economics
Chapter 11: Capitalism's Short-Term Orientation
Chapter 12: Questionable Marketing Outputs
Chapter 13: Setting the right GDP Growth Rate
Chapter 14: Creating Happiness as well as Goods
Epilogue
Notes
Index
About the Author
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Print version: Kotler, Philip Confronting Capitalism
ISBN:
9780814436462
9780814436455
OCLC:
905225762