Myth of Corporate Efficiency
The Myth of Corporate Efficiency
Why giant corporations are not more efficient than small businesses
The idea that big corporations are efficient while big government is inefficient is a glaring example of Orwellian doublethink. After all, a government is nothing more than a corporation with dominion over land; all the inefficiencies and corruptions that infect big government also infect big corporations. The the most fundamental difference is that government at least indulges in the pretense of being democratically controlled by those with whom it interacts.
We show that smaller businesses are far more efficient that big businesses, and would also be more profitable if our tax system was correlated to benefits received.
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Big business more labor-efficient
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Media monopoly favors big advertisers
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