Louis O. Kelso en
Louis Orth Kelso was a political economist in the classical tradition of Smith, Marx and Keynes. He was also a corporate and financial lawyer, author, lecturer and merchant banker who is chiefly remembered today as the inventor and pioneer of the Employee Stock Ownership Plan, the prototype of the leveraged buyout invented to enable working people without savings to buy stock in their employer company and pay for it out of its future dividend yield. [ - ]
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- Democracy and Economic Power: Extending the ESOP Revolution Through Binary Economics
- The New Capitalists: A Proposal to Free Economic Growth from the Slavery of Savings
- The Capitalist Manifesto
- Two-Factor Theory: The Economics of Reality
- Karl Marx: The Almost Capitalist
- Cooperatives and the Economic Power to Consume
- Why Not Featherbedding?
- The Economic Foundation of Freedom
- Corporate Benevolence or Welfare Redistribution?
- Labor's Great Mistake: The Struggle for the Toil State