Some articles on industrial state, industrial, state, states:
... The New Industrial State is a 1967 (2nd, revised, edition in 1972) book by John Kenneth Galbraith ... In it, Galbraith asserts that within the industrial sectors of modern capitalist societies, the traditional mechanism of supply and demand is supplanted by the ... radio broadcasts, also titled The New Industrial State, in which he explored the economics of production and the effect large corporations could have over the state ...
... by the BBC to present the Reith Lectures - a series of radio broadcasts, which he titled The New Industrial Estate ... of production and the effect large corporations could have over the state ... In the print edition of The New Industrial State (1967), Galbraith expanded his analysis of the role of power in economic life, arguing that very few industries in the United States fit the model of perfect ...
Famous quotes containing the words state and/or industrial:
“Thou knowest in the state of innocency Adam fell, and what
should poor Jack Falstaff do in the days in villainy?”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Nearly all the Escapists in the long past have managed their own budget and their social relations so unsuccessfully that I wouldnt want them for my landlords, or my bankers, or my neighbors. They were valuable, like powerful stimulants, only when they were left out of the social and industrial routine.”
—Willa Cather (18761947)