PositiveLibrary JournalThis book may or may not change minds...but it will deepen readers’ understanding of the negative effects of low-cost retail goods and of the need for both corporations and the government to do more to make the promise of a living wage into a reality ... Interesting and even-handed.
PositiveLibrary JournalThe wide-ranging history of the patent and intellectual property system included in the book illustrates that Salk’s view was and is very much in the minority ... Part history lesson on intellectual property and part damning critique of the private interests that blocked an attempt to subject COVID vaccines to IP restrictions, Zaitchik’s book is highly informative and deeply troubling reading. It will appeal to readers concerned with equitable access to medicine and responsible corporate governance.
Charlie Warzel and Anne Helen Petersen
PositiveLibrary JournalWarzel and Petersen\'s proposal is intriguing, but it will require a mighty shift in mindset among organizational leaders to bring it to fruition ... Will appeal to company leaders looking for new organizational models and workers looking to advocate for change in their organizations.
Lee Vinsel and Andrew L. Russell
PositiveLibrary JournalVinsel and Russell’s observations make a compelling counterpoint to the innovation mania that has dominated this decade. Will appeal to innovation skeptics and fans of Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking Fast and Slow and Charles Duhigg’s The Power of Habit.
PositiveLibrary JournalWeighty subject matter with an edge. Will appeal to fans of social commentary and those interested in women’s and global economic issues.