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The Use of Power Blocs of Integrated Corporate Directorships to Articulate a Power Structure: Case Study and Research Recommendators

The purpose is to explain five related concerns. First, explain a new method to analyze and measure the network of interlocks among the directors of different corporations. Second, using the method articulated is used to analyze and describe the network that forms the corporate power structures the Central Interstate Low-Level Radioactive Waste Company (CIC) is enmeshed. Third, the emperical base generated for the CIC, select the most dominate corporation. Fourth, provide a literature review that is related to the new method utilized. And finally, provide an explanation of suggested future research.

Publication Information
Article Title: The Use of Power Blocs of Integrated Corporate Directorships to Articulate a Power Structure: Case Study and Research Recommendators
Journal: Journal of Economic Issues (Sep, 2002)
v. 36 iss. 3
Author(s): Hayden, F. Gregory;  Wood, Kelly R;  Kaya, Asuman
Researcher Information
    
Hayden, F. Gregory
Hayden, F. Gregory
Professor of Economics
Expertise:
  • Public Finance
  • Social Fabric Matrix
  • Ecological Economics
  • State Educational Finance
Economics
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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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