Author/lecturer/adviser on reforming the theory and practice of capitalism
|Academic papers||Social Science Research Network has papers from over 87,000 scholars and ranks scholars according to the number of times their papers are downloaded.
Ranked with top 100 scholars from 2003 to 2007 and currently highest ranked Australian.
|PhD Thesis 2001||Thesis used the natural science of governance to provide criteria for designing and evaluating social organisations and presents case studies illustrating how|
|Public policy pocket book||ďA New to Govern: Organisations and society after Enron|
|Democratising the Wealth of Nations||Manifesto of|
|Review of Democratising the Wealth of Nations||Written by Jim Cairns, former Finance Minister of Australia with a PhD in economics who launched the book as Deputy Prime Minister.|
|The Seven Deadly Sins of Capitalism||Posted by Workers On line, NSW Labor Council Issue No. 147, August 9th 2002|
|Outline of business career||Involved in establishing a number of new ventures, three of which became publicly traded, and being chairman, and/or CEO of public corporations. Member of private equity group obtaining control of a dozen publicly traded companies that were re-organised.|
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|Harvard Law School Blog||Are regulators and stock exchanges irresponsible?|
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|Australian Employee Ownership Association||Co-founder 1986 and continuous committee member serving as President and a Vice President|