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Corporate Business and Capitalist Classes By John Scott

Corporate Business and Capitalist Classes
by John Scott

Large multinational corporations shape our lives to an enormous extent. This work explores the implications of changes in the nature of big business, which affect both the businesses themselves, and the economic and political milieu in which these multinationals operate.

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Large multinational corporations shape our lives to an enormous extent. How is the growth, power, and significance of big business to be explained and understood? Focusing on the issues of ownership, control, and class formation, Corporate Business and Capitalist Classes explores the implications of changes in the nature of big business, which affect both the businesses themselves, and the economic and political milieu in which these multinationals operate. Up-to-date empirical evidence is reviewed in a wide-ranging comparative framework that covers Britain and the United States, Germany, France, Japan and many other societies, including emerging forms of capitalism in China and Russia. Unlike other specialist texts in the area, Corporate Business and Capitalist Classes relates its concerns to issues of social stratification and class structure. The first and second editions of the books(under the title Corporations, Classes and Capitalism ) were enthusiastically received, and the present edition reviews new theoretical ideas and empirical evidence that has emerged in the ten years since the second edition appeared. This book is intended for undergraduate and graduate students of sociology, political science, economics, and business.

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GOR001706272
Corporate Business and Capitalist Classes
John Scott
Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
1997-03-01
382
0198280750
9780198280750
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