ESSAYS IN THE EARLIER HISTORY OF AMERICAN CORPORATIONS
Item #: 59593
Published: Cambridge; Harvard University Press; 1917. Reprinted in 2006.
This collection of 4 broadly-conceived essays discuss thecorporation and its relation to legal, legislative, socialand economic issues. "Corporations in the American Colonies"outlines the types of corporations that were established inBritish colonies. "Wm. Duer, Entrepreneur, 1747-99" dealswith the career of a businessman who had much to do withcorporate enterprises. "The S.U.M.: The First New JerseyBusiness Corporation" is a detailed study of a manufacturingcorporation during its formative years. "Eighteenth CenturyBusiness Corporations in the United States", summarizes theprimary feature of the more than 300 business corporationschartered during the 18th century. Recommended by Goebel forthe study of colonial corporations. See Cases and Materialson the Development of Legal Institutions 418. Reprinted byThe Lawbook Exch., Ltd. Distributed by Wm. S. Hein & Co.,Inc
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