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Capitalism at Risk : How Business Can Lead, Updated and Expanded

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Format: Paperback
Author: Joseph L. Bower, Herman B. Leonard & Lynn S. Paine
Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press 
Published Date: 14 Jul 2020


Q. Who should take the lead in fixing market capitalism?
A. Business&#8212not government alone.

The spread of capitalism worldwide has made people wealthier than ever before. But capitalism's future is far from assured. Pandemics, income inequality, resource depletion, mass migrations from poor to rich countries, religious fundamentalism, the misuse of social media, and cyberattacks&#8212these are just a few of the threats to continuing prosperity that we see dominating the headlines every day.

How can capitalism be sustained? And who should spearhead the effort? Critics turn to government. In their groundbreaking book, Capitalism at Risk, Harvard Business School professors Joseph Bower, Herman Leonard, and Lynn Paine argue that while robust governments must play a role, leadership by business is essential. For enterprising companies&#8212whether large multinationals, established regional players, or small startups&#8212the current threats to market capitalism present important opportunities.

In this updated and expanded edition of Capitalism at Risk, Bower, Leonard, and Paine set forth a renewed and more urgent call to action. With three additional chapters and a new preface, the authors explain how the eleven original disruptors of the global market system clash with the digital age, and they provide lessons on how to take action. Presenting examples of companies already making a difference, Bower, Leonard, and Paine show how business must serve both as innovator and activist&#8212developing corporate strategies that effect change at the community, national, and international levels.

Filled with rich insights, this new edition of Capitalism at Risk presents a compelling and constructive vision for the future of market capitalism.


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