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The Work of Nations: Preparing Ourselves for 21st-Century Capitalism
An analysis of what nations must do if their citizens are to flourish in the world economy of the future. The author envisions that as we prepare for the 21st century, it is the skills and capacities
The spirit level : why greater equality makes societies stronger
The strong version of Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett’s argument in The Spirit Level implies that President Obama’s fight to reform health care was pointless. Extending the availability of health
Reported pathological childhood experiences associated with the development of borderline personality disorder.
It is suggested that sexual abuse is neither necessary nor sufficient for the development of borderline personality disorder and that other childhood experiences, particularly neglect by caretakers of both genders, represent significant risk factors.
The Work of Nations
The New Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility
While many contemporary American corporations continue to exemplify high levels of corporate social responsibility, virtually all publicly held firms are finding themselves under growing pressure
Bridging Liberalism and Multiculturalism in American Education
What should the civic purposes of education be in a liberal and diverse society? Is there a tension between cultivating citizenship and respecting social diversity? What are the boundaries of
Aftershock: The Next Economy and America's Future
About the Author: Robert Reich is professor of public policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He served in three presidential administrations, most recently as secretary of labor under
The Future of Success
The internet-driven marketplace offers unprecedented opportunities, but this technology also drives relentless competition. When consumers can change allegiance with the click of a mouse, sellers
The Case Against Corporate Social Responsibility
This paper argues that the new interest in so-called "corporate social responsibility" is founded on a false notion of how much discretion a modern public corporation has to sacrifice profits for the
Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few
  • R. Reich
  • Art, Economics
  • 29 September 2015
The author’s Democratic credentials tip his hand as to his economic ideological leanings, but that does not detract from one’s enjoyment of his work. As befits his senior academic status, this is a