The Origins of Economic Principles: Railway Entrepreneurs and Public Policy in Nineteenth-Century America

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Title: The Origins of Economic Principles: Railway Entrepreneurs and Public Policy in Nineteenth-Century America
Author: Dobbin, Frank
Citation: Dobbin, Frank. 1995. "The origins of economic principles: Railway entrepreneurs and public policy in mineteenth-century America." In The Institutional Construction of Organizations: International and Longitudinal Studies, ed. W. Richard Scott and Søren Christensen, 277-301. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
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