Private interest government beyond market and state.Series: (Sage Studies in Neo-Corporatism)Publication details: London: Sage Publications, 1985Description: x, 278p. ill. 22cmISBN: 080399723XSubject(s): private interest government | corporatism | interest associations | industry-state relations | policy role | public policy | regulation | state regulation | self-regulation | regulatory bodies | neo-corporatism | organisational concertation | associations | social order | associative model of social order | organised interests | private government | case studies | advertising industry | accountancy profession | voluntary organisations | pharmaceutical industry | dairy industry | business interest associations | professional associations | interests | public policy implementationDDC classification: 338.91 | 320.53
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Bibliography, p.252-267. Suggests private interest government or `the association' as a fourth institutional basis of social order in addition to the community, the market and the state / the bureaucracy in advanced industrial / capitalist societies.