Over the past several decades, the spread of market capitalism has spurred extraordinary economic growth around the world. However, as the financial crisis of 2008 made clear, the global market system is far from healthy. Fundamental defects—among them widening income inequality, unbalanced migration, and continuing environmental decline—challenge not only the stability of capitalism but also the capacity of long-trusted institutions to effect positive change. What's the solution? Business leaders must look beyond the needs of their own organizations to bolster the infrastructure of the market system itself. Find out how.
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