The Best American Capitalism - January 2021
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Charles Murray is libertarian, writer, and a political scientist. He first came to national attention in 1984 with the publication of "Losing Ground," that has been credited as the intellectual base to the Welfare Reform Act of 1996. His 1994 New York Times bestseller, "The Bell Curve" (Free Press, 1994), coauthored with the late Richard J. Herrnstein, ignited heated controversy for its investigation of the use of IQ in shaping America's class structure. Murray's other books include "What It Means to Be a Libertarian" (1997), "Human Accomplishment" (2003), "In Our Hands" (2006), along with "Real Education" (2008). His 2012 publication, "Coming Apart" (Crown Forum, 2012), describes an unprecedented divergence in American classes during the past half century. His latest publication is "By the People: Rebuilding Liberty Without Permission" (Crown Forum, 2015). See all Charles Murray products
Nelson Lichtenstein is MacArthur Foundation Chair in History in the University of California, Santa Barbara.There he directs the Center for the Study of Work, Labor, and Democracy. He's the author of over a dozen books in economy and American labour history. He is presently focusing on a project entitled "The Return of Merchant Capitalism," a report on merchants, merchants, and distribution chains from the age of the British East India Company into Walmart. Lichtenstein's opinion pieces show up in the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, Dissent, New Labor Forum, and New Politics. See all Nelson Lichtenstein products
Edward E. Baptist
Edward E. Baptist is an associate professor of history at Cornell University. Author of this award-winning Creating an Old South, he grew up in Durham, North Carolina. He lives in Ithaca, New York. See all Edward E. Baptist products
Francisco Souza Homem de Mello
Francisco Souza Homem de Mello was born in Brazil, and is the founder and CEO of both Qulture.Rocks, a corporate culture consultancy and engineering stage, which functions startups, middle-market businesses, and 500 businesses (http://qulture.rocks). He also writes about company management, plan, and tech startups in many of blogs and books.
His first book, Hacking the Startup Investor Pitch, educates entrepreneurs how to structure and present their business strategies, and delves deep into the most recent thought trends about startup plan. It's the fruit of the writer's participation as an angel investor, consultant, and entrepreneur having numerous startups in Brazil along with the U.S.A. through recent years.
His second publication, The 3G manner, has been the product of many years of intense study and considering a number of the planet's most extreme and successful corporate cultures. He studied GE, Walmart, Goldman Sachs, and finally, Anheuser-Busch InBev, a company that is the end result of several mergers and acquisitions by Brazil-based Cervejaria Brahma. Brahma was first acquired by partners of Banco Garantia, a Brazilian investment bank in which the recent owners of AB InBev, Burger King, and Heinz, began their careers. AB InBev served as the inspiration for Your 3G manner, in which the writer presents the management style and techniques which evolved from Garantia and took its founders to the forefront of capitalism. The book is based on its second, revised version, and has sold more than 50 thousand copies worldwide, making Francisco one of the best 200 writers in business and management globally.
Francisco can be a triathlete, together with multiple Ironman, Ironman 70.3 along with olympic-distance finishes. He lives in São Paulo, together with his girlfriend, Danielle, along with dog, Eureka. See all Francisco Souza Homem de Mello products