These lectures on wealth mostly focus on the concept of equality and how democracy affects economics and entrepreneurship.
In his democratic innovation keynote, former United States Secretary of State Colin Powell discusses innovation enabled by democracy. The diplomat explains how economic wealth and job creation have an impact on innovation. Entrepreneur Dale Partridge talks about cyclical capitalist concepts in his social good presentation. He emphasizes honesty and social consciousness in business as a success strategy. The David Rothkopf talk is on inequality in America and how the rivalry between government and business functions. The speaker uses the Occupy Wall Street movement as a reference of how American society is breaking down.
The lectures on wealth are relevant in several spheres -- from the global economy to national level inequality to small startup businesses.
25 Lectures on Wealth
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Embracing Minimalist Wealth
Entrepreneurial Economic Systems
Making More Money for Aid