Trading Company in the Polish Scientific Literature in 20’s and 30’s of the Twentieth Century
|dc.description.abstract||Abstract In the period between the World War I and World War II the theory of company as an economic entity and its management issues was developing dynamically. This development has led quickly to divide the theory in several areas of interest. One of the main dividing line in companies description has found its support in noticing the specificity of their object of operation. There are known views relating to the production companies (achievements of F.W Taylor and H. Ford), as well as broader issues of administration (H. Fayol’s achievements). Otherwise presents a problem of traders. Here is seen the lack of generalized and theoretical achievements which could be considered as the canon of theoretical foundation. Hence the justification of the topic, as well as the concentration of Polish literature.||en|
|dc.title||Trading Company in the Polish Scientific Literature in 20’s and 30’s of the Twentieth Century||en|
|dc.contributor.organization||Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach, Wydział Zarządzania||en|
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