The corporation in a democratic society, Volume 46
Edward J. Bander
H. W. Wilson Co., 1975 - Business & Economics - 202 pages
A compilation of articles by different authors discussing the various aspects of a corporation, including its development, functions, responsiblities, authority, and the corporate conscience.
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Defenders and Critics
Melville J Ulmer Galbraiths Theory of Modern
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