Big business, efficiency andfascism.

  • 203 Pages
  • 2.55 MB
  • English
AMS Press , New York
Big business -- United States., Industrial organization (Economic theory), Fas
LC ClassificationsHD2356.U5
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 203 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21375484M
ISBN 10040416529X

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"An appraisal of the efficiency of large corporations and of their threat to democracy" in which the author, formerly an economic adviser to the Securities and Exchange Commission, seeks to show that the inefficiency of big business is the gateway to Fascism.

Fascism and Big Business - Daniel Guérin Examines the development of fascism in Germany and Italy and its relationship with the ruling capitalist families there.

Fascism and Big Business is a book first written in by the French historian and libertarian Marxist Daniel Guérin. The following article is an excerpt from Daniel Guerin’s book on Fascism, the English translation of efficiency andfascism. book is soon to be released by Pioneer Publishers.

It is a study of the roots and destiny of Fascism, at once so factual and so thoroughly Marxist in its approach, that no apology for giving it. Anxieties stemming from rising inequalities have led significant sections of the world’s population to reject democratic practices and place their trust in politicians with fascist tendencies who promise to wrest control of their destinies from elites.

Ironically, elite interests, far from being threatened, are bolstered by the rise of fascism, as discredited democratic institutions can be Author: Prabhir Vishnu Poruthiyil. In “Big Business, Efficiency and Fascism,” Kemper Simpson makes democracy and economic competition well-nigh synonymous.

He refers to “the economy of democracy known as the Big business economy,” and recognizes that such an economy no longer exists. In Increasing Human Efficiency in Business, Scott explores how to create motivation for success.

He looks at factors such as imitation, competition, loyalty, concentration, wages, pleasure, "the love of the game," relaxation, and habit formation.

He hopes to find each worker's latent powers and Big business stores of energy to discover "wider Cited by: But Cowen’s defence of big business against today’s attacks is built on a more grandiose argument still: that business itself is inherently morally virtuous.

Someone who shares this belief is McCloskey, whose book The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an age of commerce (the first of her Bourgeois Trilogy completed in) influenced Cowen. What this little book tells you Cities are complex systems whose quality, efficiency and resilience cannot be addressed solely as economic issues.1 This little book has arisen out of work carried out as part of the Liveable Cities research programme.

Books shelved as fascism: The Anatomy of Fascism by Robert O. Paxton, The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt, Fascism: A Warning by Madeleine K.

the magic wand. The link between fascism and big busi­ ness is so intimate that the day when big business with­ draws its support is the beginning of the end for fascism. We pointed out, in the conclusion of this book, fascism's extraordinary will to endure.

The desperate tenacity withFile Size: 8MB. THE principal argument whereby big business has always sought to defend itself against anti-monopoly drives is the claim that increased efficiency is produced by increased size. A seasoned historian, a master sleuth of pertinent, novel sources, reconstructs the many facets of corporate attitudes and actions vis-a-vis Nazism in the last years of Weimar.

His verdict: big business, sometimes unwittingly, eased Hitler's path, but not so much by money-the Nazis raised their own money by means of small contributions-as by supporting Weimar's other gravediggers.

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Likewise, business professors Anne Marie Knott and Carl Vieregger find that the larger the firm, the bigger the bang for the R&D buck it gets.

Size doesn’t matter when it comes to business efficiency, does it. Critics of big business have long argued that these firms are Author: Robert D.

Atkinson, Michael Lind. Book Reviews. Big Business, Efficiency and Fascism: An Appraisal of the Efficiency of Large Corporations and of Their Threat to Democracy.

Kemper Simpson. Crum. 50(4), pp. – First Page | PDF ( KB) | Permissions. Editor The New York Times Book Review: IN your edition of May 11 you carry a review of my book, "Big Business, Efficiency and Fascism," over the signature of Elliott V.

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OSBORN University of Illinois N OW THAT the Federal Trade Com-mission and the Department of Justice have become more active in their attack upon big business, it seems appropriate to analyze the relative effici-ency of large-scale enterprise.

The exist. Books shelved as efficiency: Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen, The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss, Deep Work. Read the full-text online edition of The Rise of Big Business, (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Rise of Big Business, The Rise of Big Business, By Glenn Porter.

No cover image. The Rise of Big Business, By Glenn Porter. Read preview. The Rise of Big Business, Description: Current issues are now on the Chicago Journals website. Read the latest issue. One of the oldest and most prestigious journals in economics, the Journal of Political Economy (JPE) presents significant and essential scholarship in economic theory and journal publishes highly selective and widely cited analytical, interpretive, and empirical studies in a number of areas.

The Rise of Big Business. Source. The New Scale of Business. There were large factories in the United States before — businesses that were heavily capitalized, employing several thousand.

workers each. But over the next two decades an altogether new type of business, a new scale of doing business, swept over the American landscape. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION AND ITS EFFECT ON EMPLOYEES EFFICIENCYA CASE STUDY OF MICHELIN RUBBER ESTATE UTAGBA – UNOABSTRACTThis research work is aimed.

Conversely, books in which delicate topics, such as corporate collusion with fascists, are carefully avoided or benevolently explained, do find favour with big publishers and are prominently displayed for weeks on end in the windows of the big bookshops that often are subsidiaries or associates of big publishers and/or their corporate owners.

Shockproofing Canada: Why big business needs to revisit the risk vs. efficiency trade-off Pandemic has upended long-held corporate view that Author: Barbara Shecter.

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Both small and large companies are interested in making as much profit as is possible. The following are cost saving ideas for large companies that will help secure employee commitment at the same time.

Research by Suzanne Nimocks found that cost-cutting measures that 90% of big companies take do not last for more than three years and this is largely because of a lack of employee commitment. With Big Business going green, is it a sign that environmental campaigns have prevailed and are setting the corporate agenda?

Or have enviros been duped into endorsing what may be little more than.These are two of the many studios TBI has spoken to that have reported big business in dubbing as a result of the recent boom in international drama. Needless to say, international titles are going through a growth period.

Netflix, which spent $12bn on content inis pledging to increase investment in European content by a third in alone. As for regulation in the U. S., there are complaints that, because of the capture of regulation by big business, regulation puts a heavier burden on small business in the U.

S. than big business. The recent leglislation regulating food and agri-business is presented as a case in point.