This paper compares three recent prescriptive proposals for practicing capitalism: Accountable Capitalism, Responsible Capitalism, and Political Corporate Social Responsibility. Warren’s Accountable Capitalism is a corporate governance reform proposal. Freeman’s Responsible Capitalism prescribes effective stakeholder management through entrepreneurial value creation. Political CSR is a prescription for democratization inside and outside of businesses and provision of public goods in instances of governmental incompetence. The rationale for this examination is the possibility of political crisis in the relationship between democracy and capitalism.
Keywords Business and Professional Ethics  Conference Proceedings  Social Science
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DOI 10.5840/iabsproc2019303
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