The proof copy of Reimagining Capitalism was one of the few items I grabbed from my in-box in mid-March before heading home for what I thought would be a limited precautionary stint of remote working.

Since then, the spreading pandemic and lockdown has transformed the expectations, and the destinies, of individuals, companies, economies and governments. It has also changed how books will be received and read...

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