Capitalism at the Crossroads:
Wednesday, April 6, 2005
Using the Resources of Capitalism to Solve?The World?s Most Difficult Problems
Despite decades of unprecedented growth and the expansion of capitalism into most of the world, prosperity has only spread to a fraction of the earth?s population, while pollution and corruption has encircled the globe. As Stuart Hart proposes in Capitalism at the Crossroads: The Unlimited Business Opportunities in Solving the World?s Most Difficult Problems (April 15, 2005; Wharton Business School, $27.95), the most powerful institutions in the world, the multinational corporations, must devise innovations to create sustainable global capitalism. Otherwise it won?t get done.
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