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Business in the Contemporary World

by Herbert L. Sawyer

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In Business and the Contemporary World, prominent authors from the academic, governmental, and religious communities focus on the corporation in the context of several specific issues: business and education; management-labor relations; business and the American constitutional system; business, democratic values and their projection abroad; the global competitiveness of American business; the relationship between U.S. commercial and national security interests; business and global communications; business and the phenomenal development of technology; and business and leadership. Contributions include: "A New Framework for Government-Business Relations: How Do We Respond Best to the Challenge of a World Economy?" by John B. Anderson; "Conventional Deterrence and the American Industrial Base: Security Challenge for the 1990s," by Robert S. Wood; "The Department of Defense, Defense Industry and Procurement: Fatal Misconceptions," by Lawrence J. Korb; "Liberal Arts Colleges and Corporate Creativity: Some Preliminary Reflections," by David Riesman; "The New Alliances: How Strategic Partnerships Are Reshaping American Business," by Rosabeth Moss Kanter; "Sources and Implications of Strategic Decline: The Case of the Japanese-American Competition in Microelectronics," by Charles H. Ferguson; "Technology, Business and America's Third Century," by Edward Wenk, Jr.; "Linking the Whole Human Race: The World as a Communications System," by Alex Inkeles; "The Sullivan Principles and Change in South Africa," by Leon H. Sullivan; "U.S. National Interests and National Strategy: Are There Parallels with U.S. International Corporate Interests?" by Donald E. Nuechterlein; and a conclusion by Herbert L. Sawyer. Co-published with Business in the Contemporary World.

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