American Corporate Economy: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Volume 1

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William Lazonick
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Corporations - 448 pages
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Contents

General introduction
1
PART
5
PART 6
31
The entrepreneur and the technostructure 98
33
Inheritedresources and the direction of expansion 119
46
Profile of the depression 34
53
Stages in corporate stability and the risks of corporate failure
92
The coming struggle for safety
103
Match the size of the organization to the size of the market
230
Discovering new and emerging markets
248
Property in transition
249
the sexual division of labor and
251
Popularizing the Internet
263
The apologetics of managerialism
298
surging inequality and falling real wages
301
the promise of industrial jurisprudence
311

The new conglomerates
123
United States investment abroad
133
a process theory of strategic business exit
139
Big firms small firms network firms
150
Limited economic integration
168
Organizing production
183
Is Silicon Valley an industrial district?
185
The rise of a market for industrial securities 18871902
205
Scientific management in retrospect
223
The emergence of massproduction unionism 338
318
US corporate responses to new challenges
327
The modern industrial revolution exit and the failure
336
Recent developments in US industrial relations
365
Corporate ownership
392
MARY OSULLIVAN
398
VOLUME II
410
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lazonick is professor and codirector of the center for industrial competitiveness

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