Saturday, 14 April 2012

The New Capitalism

On the LinkedIn group "Productivity Futures" (join us and join in!), we have been having an interesting discussion about the state of 'capitalism' and the changes needed to reflect the disquiet (and even disgust) that some feel about the way it dragged us into the recent recession.

If things are to change, who is to make them?

Capitalism works because it is (largely) outside of 'politics'. That is its strength and its weakness.

Do you think politicians are capable of addressing our concerns - and acting to make the changes necessary? Or do we have to accept that the current imperfect, flaky version of capitalism is the least of the evils we might face.

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