The Sociology of Elites: Interlocking directorships and corporate networks
Brookfield, Vt., USA, 1990 - Corporations - 1468 pages
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affiliations AMERICAN ECONOMY American Sociological American Sociological Association assets Bearden Berkowitz Canadian capital capitalist capitalist class central Chicago Clayton Act clique cluster commercial banks common connected corporate interlocks decline dominant segment Dooley Electric enterprise groupings executives existence Fennema finance capital financial institutions financial interest groups firms graph theory important included individuals industrial influence insurance companies inter intercorporate interlocking directorates interlocking directorships investment J. P. Morgan large corporations large number largest lines major Mariolis measure Mellon membership Mintz Mitsubishi Money Trust multiple directors National Bank Netherlands network analysis network of interlocking number of interlocks organizations ownership pattern percent political positions principal interlock groups problem Pujo Committee relations relationship sample Schijf Schwartz Scottish sector social network social network analysis Stokman Sweezy Table terlocking theory tion total number U.S. Congress U.S. Steel United Unwalla Useem utilities York