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This is an audio recording of the end of the Peter Drucker Symposium on April 22, 1981. It includes the last portion of the question and answer segment, as well as Drucker’s talk on “Towards the Next Economics”. The questions that come up in the beginning of this recording are about federal regulations and government involvement in the future of business, and what different skills will be valued in future managers of the 1980s and 1990s. The talk that followed discussed some of the history and future of economics. This includes economic perspectives in England, France, Austria, and Japan, the importance of supply and demand, and real economy vs. symbol economy.
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Compact disc: Peter Drucker Symposium - Reel II Part 2 of 2; 4/22/1981; Box 101, compact discs; converted from reel to reel by SunDog Media Services