Título: Capitalism for Tomorrow
Año de publicación: 2000
Condición del libro: Fine
Capitalism for Tomorrow is a penetrating critique of contemporary capitalism. Sykes asks what sort of capitalism we could enjoy tomorrow if the present problems and weaknesses can be addressed.
Capitalism for Tomorrow is a businessman's contribution to the perenially important debate on economic and corporate governance. Allen Sykes demonstrates that passive, absentee ownership is the fundamental weakness undermining the full efficiency and accountability of Anglo-American capitalism. He provides original, practicable and integrated remedies to this and other weaknesses to the clear benefit of shareholders, managements, emplloyees and pension fund members alike.
"If one were to read only one book on economic and corporate governance it should be this one." Robert A. G. Monks Principal, Lens/Hermes activist funds "An excellent read and a most important contribution to the debate. Capitalism for Tomorrow will force establishment thinkers to re-consider their views. I hope it is read closely by people in government." John Plender Leader writer, Financial Times "A superb piece of analysis. It addresses the long-felt dilemma that owners do not want to manage companies and managers should neither want nor have the ownership role." Michael Rendle Former Managing Director, BP "A fascinating book of radical and stimulating proposals. It will interest the City and start an important debate." Roger Hills Fund Manager and former Chairman, Schroder Personal Financial Management "A well-researched and thought-provoking survey by an international businessman exposes many of the significant but avoidable weaknesses in contemporary capitalism and provides comprehensive and practicable remedies for overcoming them." F.E. Bleasdale Chairman, Francis Townsend and past President of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants "A seminal research effort that needs to be seen and digested by executive and non-executive directors,investment institutions, pension fund managers, legislators and regulators. A very timely and fresh constructive treatment of the continued concerns over the widespread and full acceptability of British capitalism." David Suratgar Former Deputy Chairman, Deutsche Morgan Grenfell "Any serious thinker about acceptable wealth creation in our societies, whether in business or the City, Whitehall or the churches, should grab it with both hands." Alan Gregory Former Chairman, BP Oil
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