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Corporate law Legal entities Types of business entity Business law English law Corporate governance The Modern Corporation and Private Property Business United States corporate law United Kingdom company law Piercing the corporate veil Joint-stock company
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Corporate law Legal entities Types of business entity Business law English law Corporate governance The Modern Corporation and Private Property Business United States corporate law United Kingdom company law Piercing the corporate veil Joint-stock company
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- In some businesses the same person will perform more than one task - A group of 10 people not very educated could make many pins a day. If you separated them they would not know how to operate all the other machinery and be less productive = hence the division of power can be seen to increase the productive powers of labour = people are still able to perform this greater quantity of work as: 1. The increased dexterity of every workman 2. The saving of time which is lost passing one task to another 3. The invention of machines which can allow one man to do the work of many - Everyone has their own self-interes...
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