Videos of recent Beyster Symposium presentations by Institute Research Fellows and Guest Speakers

Beyster Symposium 2017

The Invisibility of Capital Ownership as a Source of Wealth: The Work of Louis O. Kelso.

Guest Speaker: Patricia H. Kelso, co-author of Democracy and Economic Power with Louis O. Kelso.  New York:  HarperBusiness, 1986.

Beyster Symposium 2018

Note:  These videos were made possible by a gift of Citi Community Development.

 

Profit Sharing and Modest Income Employees: Where Does Profit Sharing Work Best? A Meta-analysis on the Role of Unions, Culture, and Values. 

Speaker:  Distinguished Professor Douglas L. Kruse, J. Robert Beyster Faculty Fellow and Associate Director, Rutgers University Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing

 

Does Shared Capitalism Benefit Vulnerable Children in Low Income Families? Interim Report on the Institute/W.K. Kellogg Foundation Research Project on Employee Ownership and Modest Income Workers.

Speakers: Dr. Janet Boguslaw, W.K. Kellogg Fellow, Rutgers University Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing;  Lecturer, Senior Scientist, and Associate Director, Institute on Assets and Social Policy, Brandeis University, Heller School for Social Policy and Management and members of the Kellogg research team.

 
 

Thirty-Six Years of Research on Employee Ownership and Modest Income Employees.

Speaker: Dr. Corey Rosen, Faculty Fellow and Mentor, Rutgers University Institute for the Study of Employee Ownership and Profit Sharing; Founder and Senior Staff Member, National Center for Employee Ownership

 
Encouraging Inclusive Growth: Evaluating A Proposal for the Employee Equity Loan Act to Benefit Modest Income Employees Nationwide.
Guest Speaker: Richard May, Founding Member and Managing Partner, American Working Capital, a private equity firm with comments from Institute fellows

 
 

Instituting Widespread Capital Ownership for All Citizens

Guest Speaker:  Roland Attenborough, tax attorney, Roland Attenborough Inc.