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Creative capitalism: a conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and other economic leaders

Author: Kinsley, Michael ; Clarke, ConorPublisher: Simon and Schuster, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 315 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781416599418Type of document: Book
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HB501 .C74 2008
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HB501 .C74 2008
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Creative Capitalism A Conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Other Economic Leaders Contents Acknowledgments Introduction by Michael Kinsley vii 1 A New Approach to Capitalism Bill Gates 7 Creative Capitalism: The Cheat Sheet Michael Kinsley 17 Bill Gates and Warren Buffett Discuss "Creative Capitalism" Warren Buffett and Bill Gates 20 Creative Capitalism: A Starting Critique Michael Kinsley 40 The Case for Creative Capitalism Ed Glaeser 48 But Wait! Can't the Poor Decide for Themselves? Gregory Clark 51 Let Old-fashioned Capitalism Help the Poor William Easterly 55 How Capitalism Can Really Get Creative Steven Landsburg 58 Let's Move Beyond Milton Friedman's Icy Purity Ed Glaeser 60 Why Creative Capitalism Would Make Things Worse Richard Posner 63 Can Corporations That Do Good Really Compete? Gary Becker 68 A Reply to Richard Posner: Reform Comes from the Bottom Up Ed Glaeser 72 A Reply to Ed Glaeser: What Kind of Firm Are We Talking About? Richard Posner 75 Is Creative Capitalism Illegal? John Quiggin 77 Can a Corporation Do Good Without Fear of Carl Icahn? Ronald J. Gilson An email exchange with Michael Kinsley 80 Ten Points About Profit Martin Wolf 84 Can You Be Creative and Still Be Capitalist? Matthew Bishop 88 Why Creative Capitalism Gets in the Way of Democracy Robert Reich 91 No, Creative Capitalism Will Only Make Capitalism Stronger Paul Ormerod 100 Old-fashioned Capitalism Is Moral Enough William Easterly 104 To Gates's Critics: You're Making Perfect the Enemy of the Good Elizabeth Stuart 107 The Problem with Gates: Do as I Say, Not as I Did Clive Crook 110 The Problem with Friedman: A Lack of Imagination Brad DeLong 115 A Quick Reply to Brad DeLong: Where's the Harm? Clive Crook 118 To Capitalism's Defenders: Don't Be So Defensive Matthew Bishop 120 A Response to Elizabeth Stuart: If Not Profits, What? William Easterly 124 Why Not Experiment? Paul Ormerod 126 Capitalism Works Because It's Self-Correcting William Easterly 128 Pure Versus Creative Capitalism: A False Choice Ed Glaeser 130 What Are We Talking About? Steven Landsburg 132 In Defense of a Good Reputation Michael Kremer 134 What Are We Talking About? Part Two Steven Landsburg 138 Creative Capitalism Has Its First Tool Loretta Michaels 140 Why Isn't Regular Capitalism Good Enough? Steven Landsburg 143 You Can Make Profits and Save the Poor Michael Kremer 146 Creative Capitalism Is Not Philanthropy Thierry Lefebvre 150 Just Do the Right Kind of Lobbying John Williamson 152 My Version of the Right Kind Nancy Birdsall 155 Just Tax the Rich John Roemer 156 A Capitalist Knows Who to Call Abhijit Banerjee 161 Does Foreign Aid Create Weak States? Michael Kremer 166 Yes, but Weak States Can Be Coaxed Creatively Eric Werker 170 How the Aid Industry Got Creative Nancy Birdsall 172 Even Government Can Be Creative Michael Kremer 174 Don't Change Capitalism, Expand It Kyle Chauvin 178 The Lesson of History Gregory Clark 183 Gates: The Right Place at the Right Time Nancy Koehn 186 What Makes Capitalism Work? Jagdish Bhagwati 190 In Defense of a Good Reputation, Part Two Nancy Birdsall 193 You Want Creative Capitalism? Try This Lawrence Summers 195 A Reply to Summers: Yes, It's a Fair Warning Vernon Smith 197 Maximizing Whose Profit? Justin Fox 201 A Brief Detour on Efficient Markets An email exchange between Kinsley and Summers 204 What Makes Creative Capitalism Hard? Esther Duflo) 207 Does Being Recognized as a Good Citizen Make a Difference? Tim Harford 212 Foundations Could Use the Kick of Creative Capitalism Alexander Friedman 216 A Reply to Alexander Friedman: There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch Steven Landsburg 221 Prove That It Works, and It Will Catch On Clive Crook 222 Gates Foundation to the Rescue! Tracy Williams, Michael Deich, and Josh Daniel 226 A Reply to the Foundation: You're out of Touch Gregory Clark 236 Another Reply to the Foundation: What Are You Saying? Steven Landsburg 238 Let Us Explain Ourselves Tracy Williams, Michael Deich, and Josh Daniel 243 The Sears Solution David Vogel 246 A Reply to David Vogel: The Demand for Virtue Is Rising Conor Clarke 253 A Reply to Conor Clarke: Let's Not Be Too Cynical David Vogel 257 The Real Blind Spots of Today's Capitalists Matt Miller 262 The Bad Side Effects of Forcing Good Behavior Edmund S. Phelps 265 Altruists Are like Sadomasochists Richard Posner 273 What Gates Really Means Martin Wolf 276 What Would Adam Smith Do? Clive Crook 280 Putting Creativity Back into Creative Capitalism John Quiggin 284 Appendix The Social Responsibility of Business Milton Friedman 287 287 297 301 305 311 What's So Bad About Poverty? Richard Posner Companies as Citizens Michael Kinsley Good Company Clive Crook Contributors

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