Towards Research on and Development of Nations, Unions and Firms as Worldwide Institutions
‘... distinct from the combined history of all countries, which is not a rope of sand, but a continuous development, and is not a burden on the memory but an illumination of the soul.’
‘It moves in a succession to which nations are subsidiary. Their story will be told, not for their own sake, but in reference and subordination to a higher series, according to the time and the degree in which they contribute to the common fortunes of mankind ...’
KeywordsTrade Union Collective Bargaining International Firm World Scale National Firm
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