AMACOM, 1979 - Industrial policy - 183 pages
Monograph on the pervasive impact of state intervention and regulations on private enterprise in the USA, to the detriment of the public interest - analyses and criticizes government regulations in the public sector, the private sector, and particularly in the industrial sector, seeks to demonstrate the cost effects of over-regulation, and urges government restraint in exercising control over business, and improvement in response by interest groups, academicians and the press. Flow charts, references and statistical tables.
Slight foxing on books ledge
Book jacket damage and color fading
Pages are in excellent condition