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Book Review: Mark Mason and Dennis Encarnation Does Ownership Matter?

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  • Gilroy, Bernard Michael

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This thought provoking book is an edited collection of conference papers prepared for the Euro-Centre of the European Institute of Business Administration (INSEAD). One special strength of this important volume is it' s inter-disciplinary approach, uniting the research work of 28 prominant economists, historians, political scientists, and business administration specialists under one cover.

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  • Gilroy, Bernard Michael, 1995. "Book Review: Mark Mason and Dennis Encarnation Does Ownership Matter?," MPRA Paper 18662, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:18662
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    Book review; Mark Mason; Dennis Encarnation; ownership;

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    • Y3 - Miscellaneous Categories - - Book Reviews

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