The New Capitalist Manifesto: Building a Disruptively Better Business

By Umair Haque
Details a holistic five-step plan for both reducing the negative and exploitive nature of the current system and ensuring positive social and economic growth for the future. This book calls for a re-examination of ideals, and urges business away from competition and rivalries and toward a globally-conscious and constructive model.


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Publisher Harvard Business School Press
Publish date 01/04/2011
Pages 221
ISBN-13 9781422158586
ISBN-10 1422158586
Language English