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Von der «Macht der Banken» zur Leitidee des deutschen Produktionsregimes

Karoline Krenn
Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte / Journal of Business History
53. Jahrg., H. 1. (2008), pp. 70-99
Published by: Verlag C.H.Beck
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40696432
Page Count: 30
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Abstract

This article offers a structural analysis of corporate interlocks at the beginning of the 20th century. The key period in the formation of dense interlocks is the 1920s. The main goal is to point out that bank supervisory boards were increasingly occupied by industrialists. So, at that time it turns out to be quite contrary to Hilferding's thesis on «Bankenmacht» (bank power). Supervisory boards became less an expression of dominance of banks over industry than a space for mutual coordination and influence. Among other interlocks are institutions to create and maintain intercorporate co-operation. Therefore, the results give another demonstration of the specific mechanism operating within the German production regime. Its logic can already be identified in its formation period.

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