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Authoritative and accurate information you need on the careers and credentials of the world's leading business executives in one handy source Who's Who in Finance and Industry lists top professionals from the United States and more than 160 other nations and territories. This expanded international focus provides current biographical information on leaders and achievers in technologically advanced economies as well as in emerging markets. To keep up with the ever-changing economic and corporate climates, new entries are added regularly to Who's Who in Finance and Industry. Among the 11,000 new entries included in the 31st edition, you'll find these noted individuals: -- Senior executives of the largest U.S. firms as measured by revenue -- Chairpersons and presidents of North America's stock exchanges -- Presidents of chambers of commerce in cities across the country -- Heads of federal departments, commissions, and boards concerned with agriculture, commerce, energy, labor, transportation, and finance -- Chairpersons, presidents, and CEOs of the largest minority-owned businesses -- Chairpersons, presidents, and CEOs of the largest Mexican and Canadian industrial firms -- Administrators and professors from the top business schools in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada Includes a comprehensive Professional Index to make your research fast and easy.
Not since Edward Mason's classic book The Corporation in Modern Society appeared in 1959 has anyone compiled an authoritative overview of the American business firm. Such a survey is now clearly overdue, for in the last thirty years both the corporation and the business environment has changed radically. In The American Corporation Today, Carl Kaysen and other leading students of business and markets from around the country provide a much-needed analysis of American corporate life at the end of the century. Here is the American corporation from every angle--its postwar history, its relation to the law, its financing, its impact on technological innovation, its role as employer and as political force, and much more. The contributors--all of whom are recognized experts in their fields--not only tackle many of the same key areas that the contributors to Mason's classic study looked at, but they also illuminate issues that have only arisen in recent years. For instance, Raymond Vernon describes the increasing globalization of American business, where the net income from operations outside the U.S. is now nearly half of that from domestic operations (as opposed to one-tenth in the 1950s). James Q. Wilson traces how the corporation has become a full-time political actor, showing how it reinvented its political strategy and tactics in the 1960s in the face of a wave of new consumer, environmental, and worker health legislation. Gregory Acs and Eugene Steuerle show how the corporation promotes the commonweal, acting as agent for the employee in purchasing pension, health, and other welfare benefit plans, while Lester Thurow casts a critical eye at the decline of median real wages of American males over the last twenty years (never before have a majority of American workers suffered real wage reductions while the real per capita gross domestic product was increasing). In other pieces, corporate finance experts Charles Calomiris and Carlos Ramirez advocate removing legal constraints on financial institutions that prevent them from providing the full range of business financing from short-term debt to equity, Michael Useem looks at the rise of education and training as a vexing corporate issue, and Barbara Bergmann discusses the increasingly diverse work force, arguing that ending bias is in the corporation's best interest. And finally Neil Harris provides a fascinating discussion of architecture, exploring how companies have become the principle patrons of important architecture since the 1950s. Vital to everyone concerned with American big business today, this collection is sure to become the new standard upon which future studies of the corporation will be built.
Authoritative and accurate information you need on the careers and credentials of the world's leading business executives in one handy source Who's Who in Finance and Industry lists top professionals from the United States and more than 160 other nations and territories. This expanded international focus provides current biographical information on leaders and achievers in technologically advanced economies as well as in emerging markets. To keep up with the ever-changing economic and corporate climates, new entries are added regularly to Who's Who in Finance and Industry. Among the 11,000 new entries included in the 31st edition, you'll find these noted individuals: -- Senior executives of the largest U.S. firms as measured by revenue -- Chairpersons and presidents of North America's stock exchanges -- Presidents of chambers of commerce in cities across the country -- Heads of federal departments, commissions, and boards concerned with agriculture, commerce, energy, labor, transportation, and finance -- Chairpersons, presidents, and CEOs of the largest minority-owned businesses -- Chairpersons, presidents, and CEOs of the largest Mexican and Canadian industrial firms -- Administrators and professors from the top business schools in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada Includes a comprehensive Professional Index to make your research fast and easy.

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