Thomas K. McCraw
Thomas K. McCraw was an American business historian and professor at Harvard Business School. He won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1985 for his book 'Prophets of Regulation'. His work often focused on the evolution of economic policies and the role of regulation in business. McCraw's contributions to the field of business history have been widely recognized and his books are considered important resources for understanding the intersection of business, economics, and government.
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"Prophets of Regulation" delves into the history and evolution of regulatory policy in the United States. The book focuses on the lives and contributions of four influential figures in regulatory theory and practice: Charles Francis Adams, Louis D. Brandeis, James M. Landis, and Alfred E. Kahn. The author explores their ideologies, their impact on policy, and the lasting implications of their work on the American regulatory landscape. The book presents a comprehensive analysis of the interplay between economics, politics, and law in shaping regulatory policies.