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We live in the age of big companies where rising levels of power are concentrated in the hands of a few. Yet no government or organisation has the power to regulate these titans and hold them to account. We need big companies to share their power and we, the people of the world, need to reclaim it. In Competition is Killing Us, top business and competition lawyer Michelle M We live in the age of big companies where rising levels of power are concentrated in the hands of a few. Yet no government or organisation has the power to regulate these titans and hold them to account. We need big companies to share their power and we, the people of the world, need to reclaim it. In Competition is Killing Us, top business and competition lawyer Michelle Meagher establishes a new framework to control capitalism from the inside in order to make it work for the many and not just the few. Meagher has spent years campaigning against these multi-billion and trillion dollar mammoths that dominate the market and prioritise shareholder profits over all else; leading to extreme wealth inequality, inhumane conditions for workers and relentless pressure on the environment. In this revolutionary book, she introduces her wholly-achievable alternative; a fair and comprehensive competition law that limits unfair mergers, enforces accountability and redistributes power through stakeholder governance.


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We live in the age of big companies where rising levels of power are concentrated in the hands of a few. Yet no government or organisation has the power to regulate these titans and hold them to account. We need big companies to share their power and we, the people of the world, need to reclaim it. In Competition is Killing Us, top business and competition lawyer Michelle M We live in the age of big companies where rising levels of power are concentrated in the hands of a few. Yet no government or organisation has the power to regulate these titans and hold them to account. We need big companies to share their power and we, the people of the world, need to reclaim it. In Competition is Killing Us, top business and competition lawyer Michelle Meagher establishes a new framework to control capitalism from the inside in order to make it work for the many and not just the few. Meagher has spent years campaigning against these multi-billion and trillion dollar mammoths that dominate the market and prioritise shareholder profits over all else; leading to extreme wealth inequality, inhumane conditions for workers and relentless pressure on the environment. In this revolutionary book, she introduces her wholly-achievable alternative; a fair and comprehensive competition law that limits unfair mergers, enforces accountability and redistributes power through stakeholder governance.

45 review for Competition is Killing Us: How Big Business is Harming Our Society and Planet - and What To Do About It

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kim Pallister

    Of the increasing wave of anti-capitalism, pro-antitrust, books hitting the market (and that I expect will increase with the wave of anti-trust sentiment that seems de rigeur at this time), I found this one easily digestible, with enough history of corporate law in US and Europe to give some interesting perspective. Solutions are prescribed, though I don't know enough about whether they are all feasible. Regardless the ideas are thought provoking and will cause readers to examine their presumpti Of the increasing wave of anti-capitalism, pro-antitrust, books hitting the market (and that I expect will increase with the wave of anti-trust sentiment that seems de rigeur at this time), I found this one easily digestible, with enough history of corporate law in US and Europe to give some interesting perspective. Solutions are prescribed, though I don't know enough about whether they are all feasible. Regardless the ideas are thought provoking and will cause readers to examine their presumptions about how corporations work.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Richard Tepper Maturana

    Fun to read and well researched. There are clear criticisms and an original proposal. You don't have to fully agree (I don't) to enjoy it. Fun to read and well researched. There are clear criticisms and an original proposal. You don't have to fully agree (I don't) to enjoy it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Omer Kukul

    Although the idea behind this book is quite interesting, the language writer uses makes it very hard to follow. Book contains many repetitions, this makes it hard to focus and enjoy.

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