Ruhnke, Henry O.
January 1966
Advanced Management Journal;Winter66, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p69
Academic Journal
Identifies the major types of integration that exist in the market. Advantages of vertical integration; Information on conglomerate form of integration; Definition of diagonal integration.


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