The American and German Entrepreneur: Economic and Literary Interplay
Entrepreneurs and small business: are they in the avant-garde of innovation and economic growth? In Germany and the United States, policy-makers and economists have explored this question. Presenting their findings, this text also examines concerns of the social critic. Novelists in both countries have critiqued the business community. These views, reflecting public mood, portray cultural differences significant to the understanding of international relations.
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