College of Law Professor Robert Ashford is offering both introductory and advanced seminars—open to the public—on his pioneering theory of Inclusive Capitalism on Syracuse university’s campus in October 2021.
Inclusive Capitalism is a means of broadening the acquisition of financial capital with the future earnings of financial capital. It is a remedy for economic problems that left-wing stimulus and right-wing austerity measures fail to solve. Broadening the distribution of capital acquisition offers a sustainable remedy for the economic prospects of poor and middle-class people, which in turn may have the effect of increasing jobs and wages and growing the economy.
INTRODUCTORY READINGS AND LINKS
- “Professor Ashford’s Inclusive Capitalism Gains International Support“
- Letter from Professors of Economics in Support of Inclusive Capitalism
This event was first published on September 28, 2021 and last updated on October 12, 2021.