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Philanthro-capitalism : How The Rich Can Save The World (2008)

Call Number 361.7/BISHOP,M

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Adult Nonfiction361.7/BISHOP,MAvailable
Published: New York : Bloomsbury Press, 2008
Edition:  1st U.S. ed
Description:  298 p. ; 25 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 1596913746, 9781596913745,
Language:  English

The age of philanthrocapitalism -- Carnegie's children -- The spirit of philanthrocapitalism -- Billanthropy -- Investors for good -- The vision thing -- Philanthropreneurship the eBay way -- Picassos, genomes, and ivory towers -- The return of the living dead -- The good company -- Enter the celanthropist -- Virtue's middlemen -- The age of plutocracy? -- The gospel of wealth 2.0 Related Searches:
Social responsibility of business
Businesspeople -- Conduct of life
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Additional Credits:
Green, Michael (Michael F.)

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