Entrepreneurs and the transformation of the global economy

Anthony Ellison cuts through conventional neo-classical interpretations to expose the indispensable contribution of entrepreneurs in driving the market process and, in particular, in accomplishing the deregulation of the transportation, trade, telecommunications and financial regimes both in North A...

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Main Author: Ellison, Anthony P.
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham, U.K Edward Elger c2002
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Collection: Edward Elgar eBooks Archive 1993-2015 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Summary:Anthony Ellison cuts through conventional neo-classical interpretations to expose the indispensable contribution of entrepreneurs in driving the market process and, in particular, in accomplishing the deregulation of the transportation, trade, telecommunications and financial regimes both in North America and across the globe. Entrepreneurs have an important role in any economy, but in this seminal study, the author argues that they have played a crucial part in shaping the contemporary global market. Entrepreneurs and the Transformation of the Global Economy situates the emergence of the contemporary global market economy within an historical context
1. Transport's punctuated precession in North America -- 2. Regulating and deregulating the transformations -- 3. Future imperfect -- 4. Ideologues, entrepreneurs and explanations -- 5. Alternatives to attaining efficient resource allocation through transport markets : origins and implications -- 6. Deregulation as economic engineering -- 7. The FAA and the US Domestic Civil Aviation System -- 8. The organisational re-design of Canada's aviation infrastructure -- 9. The reality of nirvana -- 10. A classical modernist
Physical Description:ix, 309 p
ISBN:1840648198
9781843765356
9781840648195