An Analysis, Critique, and Assessment of Research on Interlocking Directorates
." Annual Review of Sociology 22:271-98.
Silva, Majluf and Paredes (2006) found that Chilean interlocking directorates
by 2000 seemed to be there just to ensure an expropriation process or to fulfill some legal requirement.
An analysis, critique, and assessment of research on interlocking directorates
. Annual Review of Sociology, 22: 271-298.
Piedalue (1976) employed the same approach in mapping the bank-centred network of interlocking directorates
between 1900 and 1930.
El analisis de las redes de interlocking directorates
y propiedad ofrece la oportunidad de comprender mejor la cohesion o union de las elites empresariales, saber quienes son los actores centrales y contribuir a debates teoricos sobre la organizacion de las elites como la discusion entre elitismo vs.
The interlocking directorate
. American Economic Review, 59, 314-323.
Indeed, an interlocking directorate
situation, which exists today, may not at all be intended to restrict or lessen competition.
. Section III.B then introduces the Maximum
While the former analyzes the structures of capital networks and interlocking directorates
between the economies' largest enterprises, the latter focuses on the view of networks as systems of interpersonal relations between the most important economic leaders.
One result of these features is the pervasiveness of interlocking directorates
between corporations and the government in emerging economies.
Networks of interlocking directorates
are one of the principal concerns of corporate power structure research.
In any event, the committee found evidence that there was a conspiracy it called the Money Trust: "An established and well-defined identity and community of interest between a few leaders of finance which has been created and is held together through stock holdings, interlocking directorates
, and other forms of domination over banks, trust companies, railroads, public service and industrial corporations, and which resulted in a vast and growing concentration of control of money and credit in the hands of a comparatively few men...."