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Perfect Public Offering: A Process to Provide Perfect Ownership of Businesses to the Entire Public

Williams, Ronald (2017): Perfect Public Offering: A Process to Provide Perfect Ownership of Businesses to the Entire Public.


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A process to provide perfect ownership and direction of businesses to the entire public, via non-profit universities. The process enables a nonprofit university to acquire and administer businesses and other important infrastructures within society in a manner where faculty and students of the university can more efficiently and effectively administer their infrastructures to produce and allocate their goods and services to society in a socially and economically competitive manner which provides the greater public education system the leverage to acquire and administer the entire for-profit sector, as well as other important infrastructures within society. The mechanism relies on an iterated prisoner’s dilemma (game theory scenario) established amongst all businesses, created by global externalities produced from the localized interactions of a group of purely reasonable and competitive businesses acquired and administered by a nonprofit university, and those which are undergoing their acquisition process, via the nonprofit university. The results more efficiently and effectively produce and allocate the goods, services, amenities, knowledge, resources and opportunities of society to the public in a manner which reduces and eliminates the operating costs of society and the regular living expenses of the public, while maintaining and nurturing the social and economic order of society via the natural infrastructures and routines of nonprofit universities.

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