Creating Nordic Capitalism

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Full Title Creating Nordic Capitalism the business history of a competitive periphery
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Lc Classifications HC350.C3 C74 2008
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Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Number Of Pages 636
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Pagination xix, 636 p. :
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Publish Places Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire
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Subjects Economic development
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Subtitle the business history of a competitive periphery
Table Of Contents Creating Nordic capitalism: the business history of a competitive periphery / Martin Jes Iversen and Lars Thue
Welfare capitalism: the Swedish economy, 1850-2005 / Hans Sjogren
Entrepreneurship and ownership: the long-term viability of the Swedish Bonnier and Wallenberg family business groups / Mats Larsson, Hakan Lindgren and Daniel Nyberg
From ASEA to ABB: managing big business the Swedish way / Fredrik Tell
Growth and investment: Finnish capitalism, 1850s-2005 / Susanna Fellman
From state ownership to MNC: the path of Enso-Gutzeit to Stora-Enso / Jari Ojala, Juha-Antti Lamberg and Anders Melander
Success and failure of a conglomerate firm: the strategic paths of Nokia and Tampella in the liberalizing Finnish economy after the second world war / Mika Skippari and Jari Ojala
Co-operative liberalism: Denmark from 1857-2007 / Martin Jes Iversen and Steen Andersen
Arla: from a decentralized co-operation to an MNE / Mads Mordhorst
Carlsberg: regulation of the home market and international expansion / Martin Jes Iversen and Andrew Arnold
Norway: a resource-based and democratic capitalism / Lars Thue
Constructive power: Elkem, 1904-2004 / Knut Sogner
Finance and the development of Norwegian capitalism: the case of Christiania Bank / Sverre Knutsen
Conclusion / Susanna Fellman and Hans Sjogren.
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Creating Nordic Capitalism
Authors Susanna Fellman
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden have for a long time been ranked among the top ten most growth-oriented economies in the world. Creating Nordic Capitalism illuminates how and why these small North European states have come to be identified with growth and innovation. Detailed case-studies focus on the companies who have driven change, while the economic context is laid out clearly by region.
Language en
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Page Count 636
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Published Date 2008-08
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle the business history of a competitive periphery
Title Creating Nordic Capitalism

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