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Classes moyennes: cadres, employés, intellectuels; Économie de services,...
Middle classes: managers, clerks, intellectuals; Services economy,...

The Emergence and Functions of Managerial and Clerical Personnel in Marx's Capital, Duménil, Gérard; Lévy, Dominique, in N. Garston (ed), Bureaucracy: Three Paradigms Boston, Dordrecht, London: Kluwer Academic, 1994, pages 61-81

The commercialisation of accountancy: Flexible accumulation and the transformation of the service class, Hanlon, Gerard, New York: St. Martin's Press; London: Macmillan Press, 1994, pages xv, 265. Abstract

Review of: Thorstein Veblen and his critics, 1891-1963: Conservative, liberal, and radical perspectives, Khalil, Elias L. (Reviewer), Journal of Economic Literature; 32(1), March 1994, pages 127-28. Abstract

The origins of middle-class culture: Halifax, Yorkshire, 1660-1780, Smail, John, Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1994, pages xvi, 241. Abstract

Market Socialism and the Managerial Labor Market, Roland, Gerard; Sekkat, Khalid, Bardhan, Pranab K.; Roemer, John E., eds. Market socialism: The current debate. New York; Oxford; Toronto and Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1993, pages 204-15.

Services in economic thought: Three centuries of debate, Delaunay, Jean Claude; Gadrey, Jean, Foreword by Thomas M. Stanback, Jr. Translated by Aart Heesterman. International Studies in the Service Economy, vol. 3. Norwell, Mass. and Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 1992, pages xi, 130. Abstract

On Trusts and Technostructures: Veblen, Berle and Means, and Galbraith, Rutherford, Malcolm, International Journal of Social Economics; 19(10-11-12), 1992, pages 268-78. Abstract

On the 'Petty Bourgeoisie'--Marx and the Twentieth Century, Harris, Nigel, Harris, Nigel. City, class and trade: Social and economic change in the third world. London: Tauris in association with the Development Planning Unit University College London; distributed in the U.S and Canada by St. Martin's Press, New York, 1991, pages 95-123. Previously published: [1983].

Changing Roles and Positions of Planners, Albrechts, Louis, Urban Studies; 28(1), February 1991, pages 123-37. Abstract

Proletariat and Middle Class in Marx: 'Hegelian Choreography and the Capitalist Dialectic.', Nicolaus, M., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 2. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 241-62. Previously published: [1967].

Marx and the Intellectuals, Avineri, S., Jessop, Bob, ed. Karl Marx's social and political thought: Critical assessments. Volume 2. With Charlie Malcolm Brown, London and New York: Routledge, 1990, pages 401-11. Previously published: [1967].

On the Optimal Compensation of a Socialist Manager, Domar, Evsey D., Domar, Evsey D. Capitalism, socialism, and serfdom: Essays. Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1989, pages 202-22.

Emergence of the Intelligentsia as a Ruling Class in India, Rudra, Ashok, Indian Economic Review; 24(2), July-Dec. 1989, pages 155-83. Abstract

Corporate Form: A Unitary Theory of Technology, Property and Social Class, McDermott, John, Review of Radical Political Economics; 20(1), Spring 1988, pages 21-45. Abstract

Scientific Management, Human Relations, and the Class Struggle: The Evolution of the Labor Process in the United States, Hurd, Richard W., England, Richard W., ed. Economic processes and political conflicts: Contributions to modern political economy. New York and London: Praeger, 1987, pages 226-44.

Is There a Service Economy? The Changing Capitalist Division of Labor, Walker, Richard A., Science and Society; 49(1), Spring 1985, pages 42-83.

La position de classe des cadres et employés; la fonction capitaliste parcellaire, Duménil, Gérard, Grenoble: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble, 1975


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