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A Corporate Welfare Economy

A Corporate Welfare Economy

Angresano James

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|February 23, 2016

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Although political rhetoric and public perception continue to assume that the United States is the very definition of a free market economy, a different system entirely has in actuality come to prominence over the past half century. This Corporate Welfare Economy…
Corporate Welfare: Crony Capitalism That Enriches the Rich
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From the time of Alexander Hamilton's "Report on Manufactures" through the Great Depression, American towns and cities sought to lure footloose companies by offering lavish benefits. These ranged from taxpayer-financed factories, to tax exemptions, to outright…
The CPR: A century of corporate welfare
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In 1880 the Canadian Pacific Railway was born with an enormously rich legacy--millions of acres of land, millions in cash and plenty of existing rail lines. From an auspicious beginning it grew immensely wealthy and powerful. Robert Chodos, in an unorthodox…
Corporate Social Responsibility And The Welfare State: The Historical And Contemporary Role Of Csr…
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Over the past four decades many European welfare states have seen an increasing involvement of the commercial sector in their mixed economies of welfare. One aspect of this development that has yet to be fully understood in social policy analysis is the…
The Making Of Shareholder Welfare Society: A Study In Corporate Governance
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The Making of Shareholder Welfare Society traces and accounts for the debates and discussions between law and economics scholars and mainstream legal scholars, management theorists, and economic sociologists. This is done in detail to demonstrate that the…
Corporate Reputation And Social Activism: Strategic Interaction, Firm Behavior, And Social Welfare
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A firm's reputation is an asset that can be built or harmed over time and most companies invest in their good standing. This can be challenged or threatened by activists seeking to change the firm's behavior, especially to reduce negative externalities and…
The Corporation as Family: The Gendering of Corporate Welfare, 1890-1930
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The beginning of the twentieth century witnessed a remarkable growth of corporate welfare programs in American industry. By the mid-1920s, 80 percent of the nation's largest companies--firms including DuPont, International Harvester, and Metropolitan Life…
A Corporate Welfare Economy

A Corporate Welfare Economy

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|February 12, 2016

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Although political rhetoric and public perception continue to assume that the United States is the very definition of a free market economy, a different system entirely has in actuality come to prominence over the past half century. This Corporate Welfare Economy…
Cutting Corporate Welfare

Cutting Corporate Welfare

Ralph Nader

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|January 4, 2011

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In this groundbreaking pamphlet, based on testimony he delivered before Congress, Ralph Nader describes how corporations are picking our pockets, and what we can do to stop them. While the United States continues to experience unprecedented cuts in social service…
The Corporation as Family: The Gendering of Corporate Welfare, 1890-1930
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The beginning of the twentieth century witnessed a remarkable growth of corporate welfare programs in American industry. By the mid-1920s, 80 percent of the nation's largest companies--firms including DuPont, International Harvester, and Metropolitan Life…
Corporate Welfare: Crony Capitalism That Enriches the Rich
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From the time of Alexander Hamilton's "Report on Manufactures" through the Great Depression, American towns and cities sought to lure footloose companies by offering lavish benefits. These ranged from taxpayer-financed factories, to tax exemptions, to…
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