Capitalism at Work: Business, Government and Energy (Political Capitalism)

Capitalism at Work: Business, Government and Energy (Political Capitalism)
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Capitalism has taken the blame for Enron. However Enron was anything but a free of charge enterprise and architect Ken Lay was hardly a capitalist-based principles. Instead, Enron was a politically dependent society and, ultimately, is a grotesque result of America’s contemporary mixed economy.
This is the central conclusion of the capitalism of the Robert L. Bradley “at work: the responsibility rests entirely with Enron’s policy of capitalism – a program where company interests frequently to obtain and use government intervention for their own interests at the expense of consumers, taxpayers, and competitors. Even Ken Lay professed allegiance to free of charge markets, it was in fact a politician. Only by manipulating the levers of government was transformed Enron $ 3000000000 natural gas business to a chimera 100 billion, which fell from seventh on the Fortune 500 list of bankruptcy.
But capitalism at work goes beyond the disclosure of Enron sophisticated foray into political capitals Capitalism at Work: Company, Government and Energy (Political Capitalism)

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