On Global corporate control , Federal Reserve , and the Great Theft 2007-2010

Abstract

A common intuition among scholars and in the media sees the global economy as being dominated by a handful of powerful transnational corporations (TNCs). However, such an assumption has not been confirmed by numerical data until recently, in a report by Vitali, Glattfelder, and Battiston [1]. They gave a list of 50 most elite TNCs, which were called “super… (More)

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