Samir’s Selection 01/23/2015 (p.m.)

  • […] a set of policies known as “inclusive capitalism”: a forceful market-oriented economic agenda intended to counter inequality, restrain the accrual of vast wealth at the top and provide the working and middle classes with improved economic opportunities…

    The concept of inclusive capitalism has expanded over the past 13 years to apply to those at the bottom and middle of the ladder in developed nations, including the United States. The fundamental “inclusive capitalism” argument is that business enterprises lose profit-making opportunities when consumers have little money to spend. Inadequate purchasing power among the many threatens corporations and poses a direct danger to the top 1 percent, and, indeed, to capitalism itself.

    tags: capitalism wealth income inequality inclusivecapitalism economics publicpolicy CKPrahalad EdBalls LawrenceSummers MarkCarney ThomasEdsall

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