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There are so many people involved and it requires such a tremendous effort to
put something new into effect that a new idea is likely to be considered
insignificant in comparison with the effort that it takes to put it across. . . .
Sometimes I am ...
The central idea behind narrow job classifications is the conception of labor as a
mechanical tool; cost minimization (low wages) and the widespread application
of labor-replacing automation are natural concomitants. So is the fact that old ...
differently, providing services integral to the production and use of specific goods.
The point is this: In the new global economy, nearly everyone has access to Big
Ideas and the machines and money to turn them into standardized products, ...
And this in turn means that new attitudes are also required — especially
commitment on the part of managers to the idea that suppliers, workers, unions,
distributors, and customers are all partners in the common endeavor. But the
Inspired, in particular, by the ideas discussed by Martin Weitzman in The Share
Economy, I propose, for employers, that a major, old-fashioned investment tax
credit plan be allowed on wages distributed as bonuses via profit-distributing
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