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|Title: ||THE CONGLOMERATE AND THE FOCUSSED AGGLOMERATE: MODERN FORMS OF THE LEADER-COMMANDED FIRM|
|Authors: ||Ross, Bruce W.|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-1988|
|Publisher: ||Department of Economics|
|Series/Report no.: ||109|
|Abstract: ||The dominant business form of this century, the hierarchically controlled multidivisional enterprise, is typically committee-commanded.
commanded. However in the last quarter-century there has been a resurgence of leader-commanded firms. Two distinct types are identified. The more common is the diversified conglomerate. The other
is the focussed agglomerate. The focused agglomerate has greater potential to eventually transform into a hierarchically controlled multidivisional enterprise.|
|ISSN: ||0 949 269 57 3|
|Type of Work: ||Working Paper|
|Appears in Collections:||Working Papers - Economics|
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