Leave the labels aside and just evaluate based on your parameters. What you should be asking is how can you redistribute wealth without a prominent tax and spend policy. I think Lark covered that with mention of cooperatives who share the profits of the business with the workforce. Not that this measure alone will bring about social reform but if that model is encouraged and becomes popular then it would stand to reason that you'd end up with a culture change. The follow on from that is where the redistribution of wealth comes in.