The social foundations of corporate political strategy
Most traditions within political sociology have long acknowledged the 'central', 'privileged' or even 'dominant' position of business in the politics of liberal democracies. However, the discipline is largely silent on the question of what constitutes the major political divisions within the business community and how they manifest themselves as different, possibly competing, corporate political strategies. This thesis attempts to remedy this situation through an analysis of the...[Show more]
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