New Socialist Business Values: For Industrial Resurgence

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Arena books, 2002 - Espionage, Soviet - 387 pages
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This is Robert Corfe's third book on the socio-economic philosophy of New Socialism. Whilst in the earlier books he laid down the theoretical foundations for New Socialist economic thinking and formulated a terminology in advancing ideas for a better world, in this book he concentrates on practical proposals for ensuring an efficient financial-industrial infrastructure which correlates also with a fair society.
 

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Contents

PARTI
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productive economy versus the rentier economy could form the basis for a new political divide
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Examining the company from a confrontational perspective is sterile 7 It must first be examined
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68 Achieving job creation 9 Core economic activities 1011
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consequences for a rentier Britain 10 years hence 16 Complacency of our 43 industrialists 17
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Rentier capitalism is the real British disease 15 Industrial power is absolute
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CHAPTER 2
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2225 Conclusions 2627
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CHAPTER 31
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Introduction page
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CHAPTER 34
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CHAPTER 35
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A General Purposes Clause For The Company
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Introduction page
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Their cowardice in failing to meet the challenge
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CHAPTER 38
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Comparison between economic power blocs devolved states and emerging nations 2
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Need for national economic autonomy but risks to be avoided 2 Need for selfsufficiency
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CHAPTER
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Internal Capitalisation In The Third World
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Competition and Protection
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Introduction page
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The Meaning of Wealth Creation
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The Pursuit of Business For Its Own Sake
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Identifying The Right Objectives
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Government Policies For Industry
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British industry needs external assistance
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Introduction page137
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How Industry And Jobs Are Undermined
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to professionalise and licence financial services 11 Myopia of those promoting the rentier
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Where Blame Must
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1 Productively
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CHAPTER 29
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CHAPTER 39
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CHAPTER 40
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Appendices
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The Bifurcation of Capitalism
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CHAPTER 42
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PART VI
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page
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SECTION 1
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SECTION VI
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1 Conglomerate banks 2 Reforming
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SECTION IX
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Some Vital Discussion Topics page
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The Groups Their Profitability over a TwoYear Period page3 59
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Analysis By Type of Industry Its Size Profitability page369
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VALUES page
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