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Corporate capitalism; Managerial capitalism (USA)
The modern corporation and American political thought: Law, power, and ideology, Bowman, Scott R., University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1996, pages xii, 436. Abstract

Pragmatism and the political economy of cultural revolution, 1850-1940, Livingston, James, Cultural Studies of the United States. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1994, pages xxiii, 392. Abstract

The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism: Perspectives on Alfred Chandler's Scale and Scope, Teece, David J., Journal of Economic Literature; 31(1), March 1993, pages 199-225.

Managerialism: The emergence of a new ideology, Enteman, Willard F., Madison and London: University of Wisconsin Press, 1993, pages xiv, 258. Abstract

The Emergence of Managerial Capitalism, Chandler, Alfred D., Jr., Supple, Barry E., ed. The rise of big business. International Library of Critical Writings in Business History vol. 5. Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1992, pages 207-36. Previously published: [1969].

Organizational Capabilities in American Industry: The Rise and Decline of Managerial Capitalism, Lazonick, William, Lazonick, William. Organization and technology in capitalist development. Economists of the Twentieth Century series. Aldershot, U.K.: Elgar; distributed in the U.S. by Ashgate, Brookfield, Vt., 1992, pages 265-84. Previously published: [1990].

Managerial Capitalism and Public Policy, Becker, William H., Hausman, William J., ed. Business and economic history: Papers presented at the thirty eighth annual meeting of the Business History Conference, March 6 7, 1992, Pasadena, California. Second Series, vol. 21. Williamsburg, Va.: Business History Conference, Department of Economics, College of William and Mary, 1992, pages 247-56.

The United States as a developing country: Studies in U.S history in the Progressive Era and the 1920s, Sklar, Martin J., Cambridge; New York and Oakleigh, Australia: Cambridge University Press, 1992, pages xi, 238. Abstract

Controlling the Market for Corporate Control: The Historical Significance of Managerial Capitalism, Lazonick, William, Scherer, Frederic M.; Perlman, Mark, eds. Entrepreneurship, technological innovation, and economic growth: Studies in the Schumpeterian tradition. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992, pages 153-99.

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

Corporate society: Class, property, and contemporary capitalism, McDermott, John, Boulder, Oxford: Westview Press, 1991

Organisational Capabilities in American Industry: The Rise and Decline of Managerial Capitalism, Lazonick, William, Gospel, Howard F., ed. Industrial training and technological innovation: A comparative and historical study. Comparative and International Business: Modern Histories Series, London and New York: Routledge, 1991, pages 213-34.

Scale and Scope: Alfred Chandler and the Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism, Supple, Barry, Economic History Review; 44(3), August 1991, pages 500-514.

Scale and scope: The dynamics of industrial capitalism, Chandler, Alfred D., Jr., With the assistance of Takashi Hikino, Cambridge, Mass. and London: Harvard University Press, Belknap Press, 1990, pages xviii, 860. Abstract

Scale and Scope: The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism: A Review Colloquium, Tolliday, Steven W., Business History Review; 64(4), Winter 1990, pages 690-91.

Managerial Capitalism beyond the Firm, Hughes, Thomas, Business History Review; 64(4), Winter 1990, pages 698-703.

Organizational Capabilities in American Industry: The Rise and Decline of Managerial Capitalism, Lazonick, William, Hausman, William J., ed. Business and economic history: Papers presented at the thirty sixth annual meeting of the Business History Conference, March 23 25, 1990, Baltimore, Maryland. Second Series, vol. 19, Williamsburg, Va.: College of William and Mary, Department of Economics Business History Conference, 1990, pages 35-54.

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

The corporate reconstruction of American capitalism, 1890-1916: The market, the law, and politics, Sklar, Martin J., Cambridge; New York and Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1988, pages xiv, 484. Abstract

Corporate Ownership and Control: A New Look at the Evidence of Berle and Means, Leech, Dennis, Oxford Economic Papers, N. S.; 39(3), September 1987, pages 534-51. Abstract

Origins of the Federal Reserve System: Money, class, and corporate capitalism, 1890-1913, Livingston, James, Ithaca, N.Y., and London: Cornell University Press, 1986, pages 250. Abstract

The Emergence of Managerial Capitalism, Chandler, Alfred D., Jr., Business History Review; 58(4), Winter 1984, pages 473-503.


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