Total Capitalism – by Jean Peyrelevade[Reading report] by Anaïs de Fresnoye

2014-03-06

The author is part of the "Alternative Management" third year specialization program in HEC Paris

This book presents the evolution of capitalism to a system run by absolute ownership and profitability requirements. It explains the current mechanisms of market economy which is disconnected from the real economy, and suggests a reintroduction of political order for solutions to emerge against the excesses of financial capitalism; this political order should be wisely used with a global and cooperative approach, in order to implement new regulations

Quote article  Anaïs de Fresnoye , « Total Capitalism – by Jean Peyrelevade », 06 march 2014, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Reading report]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/349.sls

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