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AIRLINE EXECUTIVES FEDERAL REGULATION: CASE STUDIES IN AMERICAN ENTERPRISE FROM (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series)
AIRLINE EXECUTIVES FEDERAL REGULATION: CASE STUDIES IN AMERICAN ENTERPRISE FROM (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series) W. DAVID LEWIS 0814208339 9780814208335 A collection of eight case studies of the relationships between airline ex
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AIRLINE EXECUTIVES FEDERAL REGULATION: CASE STUDIES IN AMERICAN ENTERPRISE FROM (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series) by W. DAVID LEWIS

A collection of eight case studies of the relationships between airline executives and federal regulatory agencies from the passage of the Air Commerce Act in 1926 to the Airline deregulation Act of 1978. The authors hope to expose the interactions between technology, government regulation, and entrepreneurship. The editor has attempted to strike a balance representing various categories of airlines. Large trunklines like American, Eastern, and Continental, and Northwest are covered, as are smaller firms like Pennsylvania Central, Mohawk, and National. One nonscheduled carrier, Transocean, is also included. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com

Author: W. DAVID LEWIS

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Hardcover

Publisher: Ohio State University Press

Publication Date: 2000-03-01

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W. DAVID LEWIS (Edition: 1) Hardcover