Income inequality, immigration anxiety and extreme ideology are just a few of the pressing issues of the moment that have been blamed on markets. But while markets have become corrupted and monopolised, the answer is not to abandon them. Instead, we need to update and expand our ageing social institutions and transform them into ‘radical markets’. Glen Weyl reveals bold new ways to organise markets for the good of everyone, showing how the force of genuinely open, free and competitive markets can lead to greater equality, prosperity and cooperation.
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