Accountability and the Business State: The Structure of Federal Corporations

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Praeger, 1987 - Business & Economics - 133 pages
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Challenging the widely held notion that there is a clear boundary separating the public and private sector, "The Emergence of the Business State" argues that the public sector contains a group of federally established corporations that mirror the structures and processes of the private sector. Calling this group the Business State, the book offers the first comprehensive analysis of the various types of federal corporations involved and assesses the degree to which their structure promotes responsiveness to executive direction, congressional concerns, and the public.

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Contents

Historical Development
17
Creating Federal Corporations
31
The Executive Congress and Corporations
47
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

FRANCIS J. LEAZES, JR. is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rhode Island College and is the Director of that institution's Public Administration Program.

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