Horst Steinmann

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Horst Steinmann
Born (1934-07-17) July 17, 1934 (age 83)
Bad Salzuflen, Germany
Nationality German
Known for Economic study; professor of management economics and economic theory

Horst Steinmann (born 17 July 1934 in Bad Salzuflen, Lippe, Germany) is a German economist and professor emeritus of management economics and business administration at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.

His scholarly papers have been featured in the Social Science Research Network,[1] and he has contributed to many books and journals, such as Working Across Cultures, the theme of the Ninth Annual Conference of the European Business Ethics Network,[2] and Corporate Governance and Directors' Liabilities with his essay "The Enterprise as a Political System".[3]

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  1. ^ Social Science Research Network: Horst Steinmann
  2. ^ Google Books: Working Across Cultures.
  3. ^ Google Books: Corporate Governance and Directors' Liabilities, section The Enterprise as a Political System.

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