2 edition of Cartels and market management in the post-war world found in the catalog.
Cartels and market management in the post-war world
|Statement||edited by Carlo Morelli.|
|Series||Occasional paper 1997 -- 1|
|Contributions||Morelli, Carlo., London School of Economics. Business History Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||117|
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Cartels and Market Management in the Post War World. NN: NN. boekdeel Griffiths R.T. & Asbeek Brusse W. (), The Management of Markets: Business, Governments and Cartels in Post-War Europe. Scott Newton, 'Cartels: A Non-Keynesian Approach to Market Management', and Wendy Asbeek-Brusse and Richard Griffiths, 'The Incidence of Manufacturing Cartels in Post-war Europe', in Carlo Morelli Author: Terry Gourvish.
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Cartels are defined as "organizations of independent en-trepreneurs (concerns) of the same industry with the purpose of se-curing and enhancing the profits of their members through regulation of the market." This definition thus represents a compromise between.Covering the period from the s to the twenty-first century, the book is characterized by its wide time-span and depth of analysis.
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