John Kenneth Galbraith

United States
15 Oct 1908 // 29 Apr 2006
Economist

I would most like to be remembered for bringing emphasis to an economic structure in which the characteristic organization is the great corporation rather than the competitive enterprise and of seeing economic life as a bipolar phenomenon.

Interview, 1986

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