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Turning the small business crisis into an opportunity for equitable employee ownership

Redesigning the enterprise Aligning finance with people and planet

Rather than standing by as a wave of corporate buyouts and consolidations undermine local economies and further exacerbate wealth inequality, social impact investors could become the agents of a sweeping economic transformation anchored in broad-based employee ownership. They could turn the current moment from crisis to opportunity, by ensuring that workers are positioned to receive a fair share of the wealth they help create and that Main Street economies continue to be anchored by locally owned enterprises.

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Publication date: 2020-08-26
Publisher: ImpactAlpha
Publication URL: Turning the small business crisis into an opportunity for equitable employee ownership

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