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[In a socialist economy, enterprises were designed to be deeply socially responsible, far more so than under capitalismCapitalism, because the public owned all firms, the people’s tribunes (the Communist PartyCommunist Party apparatus) supervised them, and their managers operated outside any...
[In this book, we examine the evolving relationship between business and society from 1450 to the mid-1900s with a range of cases. The scholars’ work collected here explores an array of places and times involving different players. Nevertheless, the articles share a common theme: the constantly...
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