Moral capitalism : reconciling private interest with the public good /

Shows how to ensure that capitalism promotes progress and equality rather than enriching the few at the expense of manyBased on principles developed by the Caux Round Table, an international network of senior business executives from such companies as 3M, Canon, NEC, Bankers Trust, Shell, Prudential...

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Main Author: Young, Stephen, 1945-
Format: eBook
Published: San Francisco : Berrett-Koehler Publishers, ©2003.
Edition:1st ed.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • Is a moral capitalism possible?
  • The many varieties of capitalism
  • Brute capitalism: survival of the fittest
  • Moral capitalism: using private interest for the public good
  • Moral capitalism and poverty: must the poor be with us always?
  • The Caux Round Table: advocate for moral capitalism
  • Customers: the moral compass for capitalism
  • Employees: parts for a machine or moral agents?
  • Owners and investors: exploiters or potential victims?
  • Suppliers: friends or foes?
  • Competitors: repealing the law of the jungle
  • Community: enhancing social capital
  • Principled business leadership: stepping up to the challenge of moral capitalism.