– How well do we treat our employees, colleagues, stakeholders?

– How human are we at work?

– What is the excuse for not being human?


1. Sales of Karl Marx’s Das Kapital surged in the US after the financial crisis. Guv of Bank of England predicted Europe could turn to Marxism very soon. (Raghuram Rajan ‘rumored’ to occupy that chair?)

2. Moral Economists (an oxymoron) focussed on the spiritual and moral decline, often associated with capitalism (also prevalent in socialism).

Reciprocity implies fairness. Fairness is equality of opportunity. As such it is about dealing people at all levels, not just at the bottom of the pyramid?

They rightly point out it is about moving from self-interest to common good.  Master calls it #I2We2He (“He” being society, community, Universe. Right time to think of on June 5, World Environment Day)

It is not about the label, capitalism vs socialism. It is about the people, leadership…

For, “in the end, all that matters is how much you loved, cared”

The ethics of economic fairness are important – Whether a business organization is fair and ethical should be determined by how it treats people at the bottom of its pyramid by @ArunMaira


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