True economic recovery will require creative solutions to deeply rooted problems. Our first great task is to change the way we talk about what's possible.
A growing number of states are introducing laws that permit companies to pursue social missions without fear of shareholder litigation.
The best way to ensure corporate accountability is to save a seat on every board for an independent watchdog.
A tax on the rapid-fire trades that dominate financial markets would discourage reckless behavior and raise serious funds for public use.
The government has the power to spur innovation and reshape the economy—but it must be willing to flex its muscle.
Employee ownership plans carve a path toward what could be called responsible capitalism.
Legislation proposing a publicly owned state bank, the underpinning of a truly local economy, stands a good chance of passing in this session.
It’s time to recognize limited liability for what it is: a subsidy for corporations paid by those hurt by malfeasance.
There is no economic demand more urgent than putting Americans back to work. The government can do this by creating an “employer of last resort” program.