The transformation of American capitalism : from competitive market structures to centralized private sector planning
Do Americans live in a planned economy? Most of us would say no. John Munkirs. however, argues that the American economy has “centralized private sector planning.” Assessing 138 major industries and 5 major market areas, the author shows how firms in a given industry are technologically, financially, and administratively interdependent.
Print Book, English, ©1985
M.E. Sharpe, Armonk, N.Y., ©1985
x, 235 pages ; 24 cm
9780873322478, 9780873322706, 0873322479, 0873322703
Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: The Evolution of American Capitalism: From Adam Smith to Chapter Three: Centralized Private Sector Planning: The Basic Building Blocks and Interstitial Elements Chapter Four: Centralized Private Sector Planning: The Central Planning Core Chapter Five: Centralized Private Sector Planning: Chapter Six: The Anational Corporation: A Peek at the Future? Epilogue: What’s To Be Done: The Starting Point