The Third Revolution by P-TaylorFrancis

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The Third Revolution in history is the revolution of the professionals. Harold Perkin's ambitious new book examines the leading professional societies since World War II - those in the free market economies of the United States, Britain, France, West Germany and Japan, and those in the collapsed command economies of East Germany and the Soviet Union. He offers tribute to their extraordinary achievements, but warns of the greed and corruption of their elites.

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									The Third Revolution
Author: Harold Perkin



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The Third Revolution in history is the revolution of the professionals. Harold Perkin's ambitious new book
examines the leading professional societies since World War II - those in the free market economies of
the United States, Britain, France, West Germany and Japan, and those in the collapsed command
economies of East Germany and the Soviet Union. He offers tribute to their extraordinary achievements,
but warns of the greed and corruption of their elites.
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'His learned and passionate book clearly deserves to be the next important text in the stakeholding
debate' -



'Path-breaking study of the contrasts and similarities between the managerial elites of the US, Britain,
France, Germany, Japan, the former GDR and the former Soviet Union...a rich and subtle book.' -

								
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