2 edition of Networks of corporate power found in the catalog.
Networks of corporate power
Leo Mac Canna
Thesis (M.B.A.) - University College Dublin, 1994.
|Statement||Leo Mac Canna.|
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Farrand utilises Foucault’s concept of Networks of Power and Culpepper’s Quiet Politics to assess the adoption and enforcement of copyright law in the EU, including the role of industry representative, cross-border licensing, and judicial approaches to territorial by: 3. TY - BOOK. T1 - Changing organizations. T2 - Business networks in the new political economy. AU - Knoke, David. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Efforts by American companies to adapt to intense environmental pressures, arising from incessant technological innovation and fierce competition across global product markets, are dramatically changing how firms and their Cited by:
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The Power of Corporate Networks This book provides a unique long-term analysis of the rise, consolidation, decline, and occasional re-emergence of these networks in fourteen countries across North and South America, Europe, and Asia in the 20th and early 21st centuries. Mazzocco, Dennis W. Networks of Power: Corporate TV's Threat to Democracy. Boston: South End Press, pp. $ This book, in the author's words, "is an expose of the history and current state of concentrated media ownership and monopoly prominent within U.S. network television today.".
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All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Most research on corporate networks focuses on individual countries or particular time periods, however, making fruitful comparisons over longer periods of time difficult. This book provides a unique long-term analysis of the rise, consolidation, decline, and occasional re-emergence of these networks in fourteen countries across North and South Cited by: from book Corporate governance: CEO Networks, Pay and Corporate Governance.
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corporate networks, researchers have undertaken analyses that place in-tercorporate relations in their concrete historical and cultural contexts.
In this way, the analysis of networks of corporate power moved into the mainstream of historical sociology. The power of corporate alumni networks even extends to the financial markets. A study by Harvard Business School examined 15 years’ of US investment data.
It revealed that fund managers placed larger bets on companies to which they were connected through an education network and also performed significantly better, to the tune of almost 8% a. (2) These power systems are cultural artifacts and are socially constructed.
Merrit Roe Smith and Steven Reber, in Contextual Contrasts classified this book as a contextual history, but on the end of the spectrum that emphasizes design over A. Key items to remember: model of systems development, contextual history (design over ambience /5.
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