The American Corporation in the Twenty-First Century: Future Forms of Structure and Governance
The last few decades have ushered in many changes and challenges to the American corporation. Foremost among these is the Technetronic or Information Revolution, which paradoxically not only shrank the world (the macrocosm) into a "global village,"' but at the same time expanded the individual human experience (the microcosm) exponentially. This dual action has created the new Global Economic Order, as well as the sphere of customized industrial production.
Azizah Y. Al-Hibri,
The American Corporation in the Twenty-First Century: Future Forms of Structure and Governance,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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