Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Jan 1, 1990 - Big business - 860 pages
"Scale and Scope" is Alfred Chandler's first major work since his Pulitzer prize-winning "The Visible Hand." Representing ten years of research into the history of the managerial business system, this book concentrates on patterns of growth and competitiveness in the U.S., Germany, and Great Britain, tracing the evolution of large firms into multinational giants and orienting the late twentieth century's most important developments. This edition includes the entire hardcover edition with the exception of the Appendix Tables.
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Looks at the transition from "personal" to "organized" ( or for us commies "imperialist monopoly") capitalism through the prism of the 200 largest enterprises in the UK,US and Germany between 1880 and ... Read full review
The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business
Alfred Dupont Chandler
Limited preview - 1977
Scale and Scope
Competitive Managerial Capitalism
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