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Direct stockholding and network interlocking directorate control of firms in the agribusiness sector, 1976



Direct stockholding and network interlocking directorate control of firms in the agribusiness sector, 1976



Dissertation Abstracts International, A 45(1): 241-242



Patterns of direct stockholding and network interlocking directorate control over firms in the US agribusiness sector are investigated to assess the degree of centralization of sector decision-making power. The sample of 222 represents the leading cooperative, public and private firms in the agricultural input, food processing, and distribution industries in 1976. Stockholding data from the Corporate Data Exchange and officer/director data are used.

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