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The rise of the corporate commonwealth : U.S. business and public policy in the twentieth century

Author: Louis Galambos; Joseph A Pratt
Publisher: New York : Basic Books, ©1988.
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The authors take the reader from the world of J.P. Morgan, when a private network of investment banks presided over a tumultuous market of competing entrepreneurial firms, to the world of Lee Iacocca, where the power of even the most celebrated chief executive is more than matched by the government. Morgan commanded; business leaders of the 1980s negotiate. Over the course of the twentieth century, corporations  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Galambos, Louis.
Rise of the corporate commonwealth.
New York : Basic Books, c1988
(OCoLC)647478685
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Galambos; Joseph A Pratt
ISBN: 0465070299 9780465070299
OCLC Number: 16925463
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 286 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part 1. J. P. Morgan's World: The View from the House of Morgan --
The Entrepreneurial Firm and the Morgan System, 1840-1900 --
Part 2. The System in Flux, 1901-1939: The Expanding Public Presence, 1901-1930 --
Business Consolidates Its Control, 1901-1930 --
The First Crisis of the New Corporate Commonwealth --
Part 3. The American Era, 1940-1969: Redefining the Public Sector --
The Modern Firm in Triumph --
Tensions at Home and Abroad --
Part 4. The Second Crisis of the Corporate Commonwealth, 1970 to the Present: New Directions and Misdirections in the Public Sector --
Reconstruction Begins --
The World According to lacocca.
Responsibility: Louis Galambos and Joseph Pratt.
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The authors take the reader from the world of J.P. Morgan, when a private network of investment banks presided over a tumultuous market of competing entrepreneurial firms, to the world of Lee Iacocca, where the power of even the most celebrated chief executive is more than matched by the government. Morgan commanded; business leaders of the 1980s negotiate. Over the course of the twentieth century, corporations developed new means of innovating and of achieving efficiency and control of their political and market environments. -- Book Jacket

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