Corporate Reform Manifesto to be launched at Westminster

The Corporate Reform Collective are launching their Manifesto for the incoming government at Westminster on Monday 2nd March at 6.30 p.m.

To support this initiative and join the debate at this People’s Parliament session contact:
http://thepeoplesparliament.me.uk/themes/fighting-corporate-abuse-beyond-predatory-capitalism
The Corporate Reform Manifesto is available at https://gordonpearson.co.uk/corporate-reform-manifesto

This is backed up in greater detail with explanations and illustrations of how the abuses are carried out through complex corporate structures and how they can be controlled in their newly published book Fighting Corporate Abuse – Beyond Predatory Capitalism


PB 9780745335162 £17.99 | $31 216pp
by the Corporate Reform Collective
PlutoPress http://www.plutobooks.com
Buy the book today for £16 http://bit.ly/CorporateReform

The members of the Corporate Reform Collective are: Tom Hadden (Emeritus Professor, Queen’s University Belfast), Paddy Ireland (Professor of Law at the University of Bristol Law School), Glenn Morgan (Professor of International Management at Cardiff Business School), Martin Parker (Professor of Organisation and Culture at the School of Management, University of Leicester), Gordon Pearson (author of Strategic Thinking, Integrity in Organizations, The Rise and Fall of Management and The Road to Co-operation), Sol Picciotto (Senior Adviser to the Tax Justice Network), Prem Sikka (Professor of Accounting at the Essex Business School) and Hugh Willmott (Research Professor in Organisational Studies at Cardiff University).

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