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The Canadian Corporate Elite
An Analysis of Economic Power

Clement, Wallace
Publisher:  McClelland and Stewart, Canada
Year Published:  1975  
Pages:  479pp   ISBN:  0-7710-9789-1
Dewey:  301.51
Resource Type:  Book

An exhaustive study of the concentration and perpetuation of economic power in Canada.

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Table of Contents

Editor's Foreword
Foreword by John Porter
List of Tables
List of Appendices
Acknowledgements
Preface

Chapter One: Themes and Issues in the Study of Corporate Capitalism
Chapter Two: Socio-Economic Forces, Institutions and Elites in Canada's Development
Chapter Three: Parasites, Satellites and Stratification: Current Trends in Canada's Economy
Chapter Four: Structured Inequality: Dominant Corporations and Their Interlocks
Chapter Five: Inequality of Access (I): Careers, Class Origins and Avenues to the Economic Elite
Chapter Six: Inequality of Access (II): The Private World of Powerful People
Chapter Seven: The Media Elite: Gatekeepers of Ideas
Chapter Eight: Structure and Concentration of Canada's Mass Media
Chapter Nine: The Corporate Elite: Economic and Ideological Power
Chapter Ten: Public and Private Power in a Liberal-Democracy

References
Appendices
Index

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