Chapter 13. A Blueprint for Sharing Opportunity
No man becomes rich unless he enriches others.
To establish a sustainable basis for global growth and stability, the rich must target the poorest regions for high-tech development and access to education and markets. A reversal of the concentration of opportunity and investment in order to benefit the poor can be coordinated through a nongovernmental organization (NGO) for venture capital, avoiding diffusion in funding and circumventing corrupt governments and bureaucratic international organizations.
The Anglo-Saxon model that dominates globalization maximizes the inequality of opportunity in the name of economic growth and competitiveness. That is, what counts most is to lower ...