Business—the Emerging Profession
by Richard L. Kozelka - 1962
From the time that man became aware of the advantages of specialization of labor, there have been opportunities for a business career. The exchange of goods and services between the specialists who shaped the commodities was soon augmented by specialists who increased the exchange value without any physical change in the product. These were the people who transported the products to better markets, stored surplus goods awaiting periods of scarcity, and facilitated the exchange process through the development of money and credit.
View Full Text in PDF Format