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Author: David A. Mcdonald
Publisher: Earthscan Publications Ltd.
Keywords: power, grid, africa, recolonising, capitalism, electric
Number of Pages: 536
Published: 2009-04
ISBN-10: 1844077144
ISBN-13: 9781844077144

This book provides an innovative theoretical framework for understanding electricity and capitalism in Africa, followed by a series of case studies that examine different aspects of electricity supply and consumption. Written by leading academics and activists, Electric Capitalism offers a cutting-edge, yet accessible, overview of one of the most important developments in Africa today--with direct implications for health, gender equity, environmental sustainability and socio-economic justice. From nuclear power through prepaid electricity meters to the massive dam projects taking place in cent
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Author: John David Rose
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Keywords: corporate, culture, american, greed, capitalism, corporatism, rescuing
Number of Pages: 306
Published: 2005-01
ISBN-10: 1418495549
ISBN-13: 9781418495541

Why do CEOs take home hundreds of millions and stockholders get peanuts? When did "business ethics" become an oxymoron? It didn't used to be this way. Our founders kept tight control over corporations. Then one highly dubious court decision, followed by another outright fraud gave corporations the same legal standing as human citizens. Free enterprise, capitalism and democracy are in a fight for survival against mega-corporations with treasuries richer than many countries. Read this to prepare for the battle that's sure to come. A refreshing, clear-eyed assessment of our highly flawed corporat
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Author: David Luke Howell
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: japanese, fishery, state, society, economy, capitalism
Number of Pages: 272
Published: 1995
ISBN-10: 0520086295
ISBN-13: 9780520086296

00 Japan's stunning metamorphosis from an isolated feudal regime to a major industrial power over the course of the nineteeth and early twentieth centuries has long fascinated and vexed historians. In this study, David L. Howell looks beyond the institutional and technological changes that followed Japan's reopening to the West to probe the indigenous origins of Japanese capitalism. Japan's stunning metamorphosis from an isolated feudal regime to a major industrial power over the course of the nineteeth and early twentieth centuries has long fascinated and vexed historians. In this study, Davi
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Author: Sayre P. Schatz
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: capitalism, nigerian
Number of Pages: 314
Published: 1977
ISBN-10: 0520028597
ISBN-13: 9780520028593
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Author: Neal Wood
Publisher: University of California Press
Keywords: capitalism, agrarian, locke, john
Number of Pages: 192
Published: 1984
ISBN-10: 0520050460
ISBN-13: 9780520050464
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Author: Kelly, Kel
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
Keywords: capitalism, legalizing, case
Number of Pages: 493
Published: 2010
ISBN-10: 1933550627
ISBN-13: 9781933550626
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Author: John Gray
Publisher: Demos
Keywords: common, life, capitalism, politics, democracy, social
Number of Pages: 56
Published: 1996
ISBN-10: 1898309523
ISBN-13: 9781898309529
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