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  • This is a rallying call for change! Michelle adds her voice to the many that are demanding accountability from our global companies and offers a passionately-articulated solution. A fascinating read!

    Danny Dorling, author of Inequality and the 1%
  • A trenchant and thought-provoking analysis of modern capitalism. Far from serving us, it is causing us all harm. What's more, Meagher has a positive agenda for reform that will force big businesses to take responsibility for a system stumbling from crisis to crisis and to start addressing the global problems they have helped cause

    Professor Diane Coyle, Bennett Professor of Public Policy, University of Cambridge
  • A book arguing passionately for genuine stakeholder capitalism might have seemed Utopian before Covid-19, now it is a must-read as Britain debates the world it wants to create post the pandemic. The case Meagher makes could not be more timely or relevant

    Will Hutton, author of The State We're In
  • Eloquent, accessible and massively well-informed... Competition is Killing Us should be required reading for every anti-trust lawyer, every fund manager and every executive board in the land. It does the rest of us a huge service, not only in busting the myths that sustain corporate exceptionalism, but in signposting the path towards a genuine and transformative model of stakeholder governance.

    Tim Jackson, Director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity at The University of Surrey and author of Prosperity Without Growth

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