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Capital wars : the new east-west challenge for entrepreneurial leadership and economic success

Author: Daniel Pinto
Publisher: London ; New York : Bloomsbury, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Pinto
ISBN: 1472905059 9781472905055
OCLC Number: 857981912
Description: ix, 246 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: From the capitalism of creators to the capitalism of apparatchiks : the rise and fall of the West. The end of our illusions --
The impossible gamble of redistribution without growth --
From empire-builders to administrators : chronicle of a death foretold --
Their conquests, our recipes : how emerging powers made our entrepreneurial capitalism their own. Emerging powers : how the war was (almost) won --
How we were robbed of our own capitalism --
The new geopolitics of money --
Rebuilding upon the ruins of Western capitalism. First step : bring down the myths --
Turning the apparatchik CEO back into a real entrepreneur --
Transforming finance from an end to a means --
Repositioning the business-creator as the cornerstone of capitalism --
Conclusion : reinvent the magic triangle.
Responsibility: Daniel Pinto.
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Daniel Pinto has written an important and penetrating critique of Western capitalism. Pinto argues that the West has lost the spirit of entrepreneurial capitalism embodied in owner managed companies Read more...

 
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