[Review of the book 'Sustainable Prosperity in the New Economy? Business Organization and High-Tech Employment in the United States']
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Batt, Rosemary; Lee, Jae Eun
[Excerpt] Best known as a business and economic historian, William (Bill) Lazonick may often escape the view of academics in human resource studies, organizational behavior, and labor relations. This is a mistake. Lazonick's new book, Sustainable Prosperity in the New Economy?, is a must-read for scholars and students in these fields. He has chosen to study an important problem in the real world, has marshaled detailed empirical evidence to support his argument, and has used this evidence to critique conventional theory in economics and management.
human resource studies; organizational behavior; labor relations; economics; prosperity
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