If we were to design a more beautiful world, it is unlikely we would create a world where 1% would own more than half of the world's wealth.
Add to this, the data that most job creation is by small rather than large firms.
In a more beautiful world, we would incentive big firms on their ability to produce in communities more entrepreneurs. And we would incentivize small firms and entrepreneurs to create more jobs, more rewarding and meaningful work.
This is a political policy and moral imperative if we want to see more people thriving. More people thriving is a new conversation, a new and more beautiful question than the old question of how we can grow this 1%.