Denise Hearn writes, presents, and consults on economic justice and human flourishing. She is co-author of The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition - named one of the Financial Times' Best Books of 2018 and endorsed by two Nobel Prize winners. Denise has presented to over 50,000 people at venues including: the Oxford Union, Bloomberg, a Canadian Parliamentary Standing Committee, and group homes for foster children.
Most recently, Denise was Head of Business Development at Variant Perception - a global macroeconomic research and investment strategy firm that caters to hedge funds and family offices. She has also built new impact investment models in Canada, helped create the world's first Trustmark for Sharing Economy companies in the UK, and was chosen to participate in the Alt/Now: Economic Inequality residency program at the Banff Centre.
Denise has an MBA from the Oxford Saïd Business School, where she co-chaired the Social Impact Oxford Business Network, and a BA in International Studies from Baylor University.
The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition
The myth of capitalism in the United States is that there is still competition. In a rare attempt to reach readers across the political spectrum, Tepper and Hearn argue that competition, one of the cornerstones of the free market, is in death throes, and that the lack of economic freedom will inevitably bleed into politics.
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