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The profit maximizing corporate model must evolve

Redesigning the enterprise Expanding democratic ownership

The Democracy Collaborative’s vice president Marjorie Kelly says that in the radically altered COVID-19 landscape, talk is especially cheap, and that it’s past time for the dominant corporate model to radically change. It’s also time to take dramatic action to stop the evisceration of the small business sector. By giving workers a greater say in corporate governance and a greater share of the profits from their work, and by rebuilding the small business sector as an engine of community wealth, all of the economy’s stakeholders can thrive.

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Publication date: 2020-08-19
Publisher: The Hill
Publication URL: The profit maximizing corporate model must evolve

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