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Employee Ownership and Inequality: A New Call for Business Leaders

Redesigning the enterprise

Jessica Rose, CFO and Director of Employee Ownership Programs at the Democracy Collaborative, shares how employee ownership offers a set of market-based solutions to combat inequality.

 

Publication date: 2019-06-11
Publisher: Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership
Publication URL: Employee Ownership and Inequality: A New Call for Business Leaders

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