Recent events suggest liberal capitalism harbours two dangerous seeds of self-destruction; growing inequality and a tendency for markets to spiral out of control. This book advocates the restoration to an earlier state of another sub-system of liberal capitalism, some of the features of which lie at the heart of liberal capitalism's malaise.
About the Author
TOM LLOYD is a management writer and author. He is a former editor of Financial Weekly and Management Today, was founding editor of Gemini Consulting's quarterly management journal Transformation and wrote the 'Working Brief' column in The Sunday Telegraph for several years. He has written five books, including Managing Knowhow, with Karl-Erik Sveiby (Bloomsbury 1987) and The 'nice' company (Bloomsbury 1990). He was also the co-author of the successful A Woman's Place is in the Boardroom and A Woman's Place is in the Boardroom: The Roadmap with Peninah Thomson and Jacey Graham (Palgrave 2005, 2008).
"Tom Lloyd provides a sparkling explosion of shibboleths and myths about the corporate sector in the course of a coruscating attack on excessive executive remuneration." - John Kay, economist and author of The Long and the Short of It'