Good golly. They got so close. Those focusing on systemic change often point to Northern Europe for evidence that change is possible. Sometimes evidence from Northern Europe teaches a better lesson: how to not do it. While Icelanders approved their crowdsourced constitution created shortly after the Great Recession, the powerful and the elite came in as … Continue reading How not to do it
Tag: inclusive capitalism
Last month, elites and a group of impressive foundations gathered in London for a neoconservative-sponsored event dubbed "Conference on Inclusive Capitalism: Building Value, Renewing Trust". The event has an impressive premise: Since the financial crisis of 2008, a significant debate has begun about how to improve capitalism so that it creates long-term value that sustains human … Continue reading Inclusive Capitalism: An Oxymoron?