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The Architecture of Enterprise: Redesigning Ownership for a Great Transition
Good Society Journal, The
The dominant institutional designs of modernity have relied upon an uneasy balance, built around a structural compromise. The institutions of government are seen as serving the public good, while the institutions of the economy-most prominently corporations and capital markets-are seen as serving the private good. The definition of private good, moreover, has been captured by a financial elite, which has managed to equate it with serving their interests. Today this social order is reaching itsdoi:10.1353/gso.2013.0000 fatcat:ofaohgda7rhepoz73y6uescuxe