Embodied Economics
Exploring economic paradigms and financial systems through: Nature, Body, Power, Care, and Interconnectedness.

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Jul
26
New Report – Sustainability and Antitrust: A Landscape Analysis

New Report – Sustainability and Antitrust: A Landscape Analysis

Hello readers, First, a personal update: After 3 fantastic years as a part-time Senior Fellow at the American Economic Liberties
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Mar
23
ESG’s Many Sharpshooters

ESG’s Many Sharpshooters

“No word matters. But man forgets reality and remembers words.” – Roger Zelazny, author of Lord of Light Today’s proxy
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Dec
15
A Massive, Hidden Force Shaping the Economy: Serial Acquisitions (aka Roll-ups)

A Massive, Hidden Force Shaping the Economy: Serial Acquisitions (aka Roll-ups)

It's new report release day! The Roll-up Economy: The Business of Consolidating Industries with Serial Acquisitions, co-authored by me and
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Nov
23
17 Democratic State Attorneys General defend ESG Investing

17 Democratic State Attorneys General defend ESG Investing

I've been writing recently about the significant ramp-up of political and intellectual debates on competition vs. collaboration for sustainability objectives.
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Nov
20
The Wizard of Oz Money Monopoly

The Wizard of Oz Money Monopoly

What do you call a small cadre of unelected individuals who unilaterally – and secretly – make consequential decisions radically affecting the
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Oct
31
Antitrust Regulators Probe Private Equity Board Seats

Antitrust Regulators Probe Private Equity Board Seats

Today is a short post on something I covered here last week - interlocking directorates. Interlocking directorates (overlapping board seats)
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Oct
26
Competition or Collaboration for a Greener Economy? – Part 2

Competition or Collaboration for a Greener Economy? – Part 2

In the first post of this series (Part 1), we discussed the following questions: Should companies be allowed to 'collude'
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Sep
30
[Recap] – Celebrating 1 year of Embodied Economics!

[Recap] – Celebrating 1 year of Embodied Economics!

One year ago, I launched this newsletter with excitement and some trepidation. There are so many brilliant writers and thinkers
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Sep
26
Competition or Collaboration for a Greener Economy? – Part 1

Competition or Collaboration for a Greener Economy? – Part 1

Should companies be allowed to 'collude' to reach net zero targets or other green economy goals? Are sustainability goals in
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Sep
08
When Markets Fail

When Markets Fail

As Oscar Wilde once said, “The cynic knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.” Today, decades of
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