History, Economic Theory, Economic Policy

In the following video, William Lazonick (University of Massachusetts at Lowell) guides us through his intellectual journey that took him from economic theory to history to then find the relevance to current economic policy.  The implications have enormous relevance for today.

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A basic bibliography on the works of William Lazonick


A basic bibliography…

Lazonick, William (2014), “Profits Without Prosperity,” Harvard Business Review (September): 46-55.

Lazonick, William (1991) Business Organization and the Myth of the Market Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lazonick, William (1990) Competitive Advantage in the Shop Floor. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Elbaum, Bernard and William Lazonick (1987) The Decline of the British Economy. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Dore, Ronald, William Lazonick, and Mary O’Sullivan (1999) ‘Varieties of Capitalism in the Twentieth Century,’ Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 15(4): 102-120