Anthony Ellison cuts through conventional neo-classical interpretations to expose
the indispensable contribution of entrepreneurs in driving the market process and,
in particular, in accomplishing the deregulation of the transportation, trade,
telecommunications and financial regimes both in North America and across the globe.
Entrepreneurs have an important role in any economy, but in this seminal study, the
author argues that they have played a crucial part in shaping the contemporary
global market. Entrepreneurs and the Transformation of the Global Economy situates
the emergence of the contemporary global market economy within an historical
Subjects: business and management, entrepreneurship, economics and finance, public sector economics, transport, environment, transport, urban and regional studies, transport
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