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Peter Drucker lectures to his students in an executive management course. Topics discussed during his lecture include: transition periods, the inequalities witnessed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the difference of income between farmers and urban people in the 1870s, the domination of social issues in the next economy, declining birth rates, the impact of immigrants on the birthrate in the United States, the drop in university enrollment due to the decline in population, the growth in life expectancy and work expectancy, the purpose of life insurance, the inability to create a theory or model without having had the event occur first, the social security benefits age, Franz Kafka and his concern over employee safety, Japan’s importation of food, inflation and the drop in purchasing power, the Gross National Product (GNP) in regards to health care and education, the exchange of information as the function of a market, the stretch of the new economy by social problems and institutions, and the shift in power from the manufacturer to the distributor. The lecture continues on tape 2.
Equality Agriculture Birth School enrollment Immigrants Life expectancy Life span, Productive Life insurance Retirement Social security Infants Mortality Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924 Japan Germany Medical care Education Gross national product Lectures and lecturing
Color videocassette: Excerpt from New Demands on the Executive, EMGT 337; Fall 2000, 9-2-00, #2; ¾ inch VHS cassette; Box 95