1st Edition

The Rise of Hotel Chains in the United States, 1896-1980




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ISBN 9780815326496
Published October 1, 1996 by Routledge
164 Pages

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Book Description

This title combines history, organizational theory and statistical analysis to examine how chains have come to dominate the hotel industry over the past century. It provides information and insight not only on a major American industry, but also on the rise of chains - a phenomenon increasingly affecting many other industries.

Table of Contents

Figures, Tables, Preface, 1. The Rise of Organizational Forms, 2. The Creation and Change of Environments, 3. Advantages of Hotel Chains, 4. Institutional Change: The Supply of Professional Managers, 5. Technological Change: The Development of Internal Control, 6. Methodological Overview and Data, 7. Mortality of Hotel Chains, 8. Foundings of Hotel Chains, 9. Growth and Decline of Hotel Chains, 10. Comparison to Independent Hotels, 11. Discussion and Conclusion, Notes, References, Index

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Biography

Paul L. Ingram