The Ownership of Enterprise by Henry Hansmann
Publisher: Belknap Press | 2000 | ISBN: 0674001710, 0674649702 | 384 pages | PDF | 19,5 MB
The investor-owned corporation is the conventional form for structuring large-scale enterprise in market economies. But it is not the only one. Even in the United States, noncapitalist firms play a vital role in many sectors. Employee-owned firms have long been prominent in the service professions–law, accounting, investment banking, medicine–and are becoming increasingly important in other industries.