The business author John Case and NCEO founder Corey Rosen have authored a new book, Ownership: Reinventing Companies, Capitalism, and Who Owns What, releasing September 13.
Join us September 20 to learn more about the book and the topics it explores in this event presented by Corey Rosen and Michael Quarrey, vice-president of ESOP owned Web Industries, who wrote a moving afterword for the book.
Ownership argues that wages are stagnant, wealth inequality is growing, and social trust is eroding. There is endless debate about what to do, but one key factor is inexplicably left out: who owns the companies that drive the economy. This book takes a deep dive into how employee ownership, as well as similar practical, bipartisan ideas can be the basis for recreating capitalism.
Here is what some early readers are saying
“Required reading for anyone seeking a practical way to make capitalism work for the many, not the few.”
—Robert Reich, Former US Secretary of Labor
“This book is the canary in the coal mine for American capitalism—a warning that the system risks expiring because of its increasingly skewed benefits. Rosen and Case offer a compelling and practical path to a better form of capitalism through employee ownership—and not just for workers but for all Americans.”
—Roger L. Martin, author of the best-selling "Paying to Win" and former Dean of the Rotman School of Management