Coverart for item
The Resource Creative capitalism : a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other economic leaders, edited by Michael Kinsley with Conor Clarke ; with contributions from Abhijit Banerjee ... [et al.]

Creative capitalism : a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other economic leaders, edited by Michael Kinsley with Conor Clarke ; with contributions from Abhijit Banerjee ... [et al.]

Label
Creative capitalism : a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other economic leaders
Title
Creative capitalism
Title remainder
a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other economic leaders
Statement of responsibility
edited by Michael Kinsley with Conor Clarke ; with contributions from Abhijit Banerjee ... [et al.]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Bill Gates is more than the world's most successful capitalist; he's also the world's biggest philanthropist. Gates has approached philanthropy the same way he revolutionized computer software: with a fierce ambition to change the rules of the game. That's why at the 2008 annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Gates advocated a creative capitalism in which big corporations, the distinguishing feature of the modern global economy, integrate doing good into their way of doing business. This controversial new idea is discussed and debated by the more than forty contributors to this book, among them three Nobel laureates and two former U.S. cabinet secretaries. Edited by author and columnist Michael Kinsley, the book started as a first-of-its-kind online conversation that brought together some of the world's best minds to engage Gates's challenge. From Warren Buffett, who seconds Gates's analysis, to Lawrence Summers, who worries about the consequences of multiple corporate objectives, the essays cover a broad spectrum of opinion.--From publisher description
Tone
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
299380
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
330.122
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1985-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Banerjee, Abhijit V
  • Kinsley, Michael E
  • Clarke, Conor
http://library.link/vocab/resourcePreferred
True
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Capitalism
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
a conversation
Label
Creative capitalism : a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other economic leaders, edited by Michael Kinsley with Conor Clarke ; with contributions from Abhijit Banerjee ... [et al.]
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • A new approach to capitalism / Bill Gates -- Creative capitalism: the cheat sheet / Michael Kinsley -- Bill Gates and Warren Buffett discuss creative capitalism -- Creative capitalism: a starting critique / Kinsley -- The case for Creative capitalism / Ed Glaeser -- But wait! Can't the poor decide for themselves? / Gregory Clark -- Let old-fashioned capitalism help the poor / William Easterly -- How capitalism can really get creative / Steven Landsburg -- Lets move beyond Milton Friedman's icy purity / Glaeser -- Why Creative capitalism would make things worse / Richard Posner -- Can corporations that do good really compete? / Gary Becker -- A reply to Richard Posner: reform comes from the bottom up / Glaeser -- A reply to Glaeser: what kind of firm are we talking about? / Posner -- Is Creative capitalism illegal? / John Quiggin -- Can a corporation do good without fear of Carl Icahn? / Ronald J. Gilson in an email exchg with Kinsley -- 10 points about profit / Martin Wolf -- Can you be creative and still be a capitalist? / Matthew Bishop -- Why creative capitalism gets in the way of democracy / Robert Reich -- No, creative capitalism will only make capitalism stronger / Paul Ormerod -- Old-fashioned capitalism is moral enough / Easterly -- To Gates's critics: you're making perfect the enemy of the good / Elizabeth Stuart -- The problem with Gates: do as I say, not as I did / Clive Crook -- The problem with Friedman: a lack of imagination / Brad DeLong -- A quick reply to DeLong: where's the harm? / Crook -- To capitalism's defenders: don't be so defensive / Bishop -- A response to Stuart: if not profits, what? / Easterly -- Why not experiment? / Ormerod -- Capitalism works because it's self-correcting / Easterly --
  • Pure vs. creative capitalism: a false choice / Glaeser -- What are we talking about? / Landsburg -- In defense of a good reputation / Michael Kremer -- Creative capitalism has its first tool / Loretta Michaels -- Why isn't regular capitalism good enough? / Landsburg -- You can make profits and save the poor / Kremer -- Creative capitalism is not philanthropy / Thierry Lefebvre -- Just do the right kind of lobbying / John Williamson -- My version of the right kind / Nancy Birdsall -- Just tax the rich / John Roemer -- A capitalist knows who to call / Abhijit Banerjee -- Does foreign aid create weak states? / Kremer -- Yes, but weak states can be coaxed creatively / Eric Werker -- How the aid industry got creative / Birdsall -- Even government can be creative / Kremer -- Don't change capitalism, expand it / Kyle Chauvin -- The lesson of history / Clark -- Gates: the right place at the right time / Nancy Koehn -- What makes capitalism work? / Jagdish Bhagwati -- You want creative capitalism> Try this / Lawrence Summers -- A reply to Summers: yes, it's a fair warning / Vernon Smith -- Maximizing whose profit? / Justin Fox -- A brief detour on efficient markets / Kinsley & Summers -- What makes creative capitalism hard? / Esther Duflo -- Does being recognized as a good citizen make a difference? / Tim Hartford -- Foundations could use the kick of creative capitalism / Alexander Friedman -- A reply to Friedman: there's no such thing as a free lunch / Landsburg -- Prove that it works, and it will catch on / Crook -- Gates Foundation to the rescue! / Tracy Williams, Michael Deich, and Josh Daniel -- A reply to the Foundation: You're out of touch / Clark -- Another reply to the Foundation: What are you saying? / Landsburg -- Let us explain ourselves / Williams, Deich, Daniel -- The Sears solution / David Vogel -- Reply to Vogel: the demand for virtue is rising / Conor Clarke -- A reply to Clarke: let's not be too cynical / Vogel -- The real blind spots of today's capitalists / Matt Miller -- The bad side effects of forcing good behavior / Edmund S. Phelps -- Altruists are like sadomasochists / Posner -- What Gates really means / Wolf -- What would Adam Smith do? / Crook -- Putting creativity back into creative capitalism / Quiggin -- The social responsibility of business / Milton Friedman -- What's so bad about poverty? / Posner -- Companies as citizens / Kinsley -- Good company / Crook
Control code
000043415049
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
1st Simon & Schuster hardcover ed.
Extent
xv, 315 p.
Isbn
9781416599418
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2008038977
Label
Creative capitalism : a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and other economic leaders, edited by Michael Kinsley with Conor Clarke ; with contributions from Abhijit Banerjee ... [et al.]
Publication
Contents
  • A new approach to capitalism / Bill Gates -- Creative capitalism: the cheat sheet / Michael Kinsley -- Bill Gates and Warren Buffett discuss creative capitalism -- Creative capitalism: a starting critique / Kinsley -- The case for Creative capitalism / Ed Glaeser -- But wait! Can't the poor decide for themselves? / Gregory Clark -- Let old-fashioned capitalism help the poor / William Easterly -- How capitalism can really get creative / Steven Landsburg -- Lets move beyond Milton Friedman's icy purity / Glaeser -- Why Creative capitalism would make things worse / Richard Posner -- Can corporations that do good really compete? / Gary Becker -- A reply to Richard Posner: reform comes from the bottom up / Glaeser -- A reply to Glaeser: what kind of firm are we talking about? / Posner -- Is Creative capitalism illegal? / John Quiggin -- Can a corporation do good without fear of Carl Icahn? / Ronald J. Gilson in an email exchg with Kinsley -- 10 points about profit / Martin Wolf -- Can you be creative and still be a capitalist? / Matthew Bishop -- Why creative capitalism gets in the way of democracy / Robert Reich -- No, creative capitalism will only make capitalism stronger / Paul Ormerod -- Old-fashioned capitalism is moral enough / Easterly -- To Gates's critics: you're making perfect the enemy of the good / Elizabeth Stuart -- The problem with Gates: do as I say, not as I did / Clive Crook -- The problem with Friedman: a lack of imagination / Brad DeLong -- A quick reply to DeLong: where's the harm? / Crook -- To capitalism's defenders: don't be so defensive / Bishop -- A response to Stuart: if not profits, what? / Easterly -- Why not experiment? / Ormerod -- Capitalism works because it's self-correcting / Easterly --
  • Pure vs. creative capitalism: a false choice / Glaeser -- What are we talking about? / Landsburg -- In defense of a good reputation / Michael Kremer -- Creative capitalism has its first tool / Loretta Michaels -- Why isn't regular capitalism good enough? / Landsburg -- You can make profits and save the poor / Kremer -- Creative capitalism is not philanthropy / Thierry Lefebvre -- Just do the right kind of lobbying / John Williamson -- My version of the right kind / Nancy Birdsall -- Just tax the rich / John Roemer -- A capitalist knows who to call / Abhijit Banerjee -- Does foreign aid create weak states? / Kremer -- Yes, but weak states can be coaxed creatively / Eric Werker -- How the aid industry got creative / Birdsall -- Even government can be creative / Kremer -- Don't change capitalism, expand it / Kyle Chauvin -- The lesson of history / Clark -- Gates: the right place at the right time / Nancy Koehn -- What makes capitalism work? / Jagdish Bhagwati -- You want creative capitalism> Try this / Lawrence Summers -- A reply to Summers: yes, it's a fair warning / Vernon Smith -- Maximizing whose profit? / Justin Fox -- A brief detour on efficient markets / Kinsley & Summers -- What makes creative capitalism hard? / Esther Duflo -- Does being recognized as a good citizen make a difference? / Tim Hartford -- Foundations could use the kick of creative capitalism / Alexander Friedman -- A reply to Friedman: there's no such thing as a free lunch / Landsburg -- Prove that it works, and it will catch on / Crook -- Gates Foundation to the rescue! / Tracy Williams, Michael Deich, and Josh Daniel -- A reply to the Foundation: You're out of touch / Clark -- Another reply to the Foundation: What are you saying? / Landsburg -- Let us explain ourselves / Williams, Deich, Daniel -- The Sears solution / David Vogel -- Reply to Vogel: the demand for virtue is rising / Conor Clarke -- A reply to Clarke: let's not be too cynical / Vogel -- The real blind spots of today's capitalists / Matt Miller -- The bad side effects of forcing good behavior / Edmund S. Phelps -- Altruists are like sadomasochists / Posner -- What Gates really means / Wolf -- What would Adam Smith do? / Crook -- Putting creativity back into creative capitalism / Quiggin -- The social responsibility of business / Milton Friedman -- What's so bad about poverty? / Posner -- Companies as citizens / Kinsley -- Good company / Crook
Control code
000043415049
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
1st Simon & Schuster hardcover ed.
Extent
xv, 315 p.
Isbn
9781416599418
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2008038977

Library Locations

    • Lionel Bowen Library and Community CentreBorrow it
      669-673 Anzac Parade, Marouba, NSW, 2035, AU
      -33.938111 151.237977
Processing Feedback ...