From Capitalistic to Humanistic Business (Humanism in Business Series)

From Capitalistic to Humanistic Business (Humanism in Business Series)

By: Claus Dierksmeier (editor), Ulrich Steinvorth (editor), Michael Pirson (editor), Carlos Largacha-Martinez (editor), Professor J. R. Mulryne (editor)Hardback

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Transforming Capitalism addresses the challenges to shareholder capitalism. It explores: fair play in the market place;challenges on systemic, organizational and individual levels; the need to refocus our economic system around community and cooperation; the current challenges and transform capitalism.

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is Distinguished Professor of Globalization Ethics at Stonehill College, Boston, Co-Director of the Sustainable Management and Measurement Institute (SUMMIT), and Board Director of The Humanistic Management Network. He has a special interest in the theory of freedom and the history of liberal thought in Europe, North and South America. He has published several books on legal, political, and religious philosophy and works currently on topics of globalization ethics and corporate social responsibility.


PART I: RESTITUTING FAIR PLAY 1. Roger L. Martin, The Gaming of Games and the Principle of Principles 2. Hans Kueng, The Global Economic Crisis Requires a Global Ethic PART II: FOR QUALITATIVE GROWTH 3. Capra and Henderson, Qualitative Growth 4. Sandra Waddock, The Changing Social Role of Business in a World of Collapsing Boundaries PART III: FOR COOPERATION AND COMMUNITY 5. Alperovitz and Dubb, The Possibility of a Pluralist Commonwealth and a Community-Sustaining Economy 6. Riane Eisler, Roadmap to a New Economics: Beyond Capitalism and Socialism 7. Noreena Hertz, Co-op Capitalism PART IV: CHANGE BY SPECIFIC REFORMS: BASIC INCOME, PROPERTY RIGHTS, MONEY, EDUCATION 8. Ulrich Steinvorth, Marx's Critique of Capitalism and Basic Income 9. Shann Turnbull, What Defines Capitalism? What is Wrong With It and How to Fix it? 10. Fuders and Max-Neef, Local Money as Solution to Capitalist Global Financial Crises 11. Scharmer and Kaeuffer, Transforming from Ego to Eco Capitalism Conclusions

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  • publication date: 19/12/2014
  • ISBN13: 9781137468185
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 236
  • ID: 9781137468185
  • weight: 430
  • ISBN10: 1137468181

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