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Family capitalism: Wendels, Haniels, Falcks, and the continental European model

Author: James, Harold Publisher: Belknap Press, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 434 p. : Graphs/Maps/Photos ; 25 cm.ISBN: 0674021819Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD62.25 .J36 2006
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Contents Family Capitalism Family Capitalism Figures vii Maps ix xii Abbreviations Introduction: The Familiarity of Capitalism . I Part I. The Age of the Individual I. 2. The Wendels and the French State 41 The Pioneer in German History . 73 3. The Industrial Origins of the Falcks 99 . Part II. The Age of the Corporation 4. The Gutehoffnungshiitte as a Joint-stock Company 5. French Companies in Two Countries I 36 161 6. An Italian Joint-stock Company Part III. The Age of Organizationalism 7. The Politician as Businessman I 79 204 8. A Family Concern 9. Models of Italian Industrial Development 245 I 19 . Part IV. The Age of the Postwar Miracle 10.A Costly Miracle in Italy . 263 I I. I 2. A New Kind of Family Togetherness Postwar Reconstruction in France . 2 73 298 Part V. The Age of Globalization I 3. Wendel Becomes a Conglomerate, French Style 325 14. The Crisis of Italian Steel 341 15. German Diversification and Internationalization 3 53 16. Family Capitalism and the Exit from Steel 369 . . . Conclusion: FamilyEntrepreneurship Appendix: Family Trees Notes 393 Acknowledgments Index 427 387 4 23 . 377

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