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Fascinating story in the FT this morning about surge in US takeovers in Europe.

The deal activity would have been even greater if Kraft-Heinz, the US food group, had succeeded in its aborted 3bn takeover attempt of Unilever.

The Anglo-Dutch consumer goods company, however, fended off the US group’s offer, which was backed by Brazilian-backed private equity firm 3G and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett.”An American takeover of Unilever would truly be a historic deal.

As he concludes: “one can still see the basis for an Australian capitalist class, with average Australian ownership just under a third of the top 20 rms, and on average 41% of the top 20.”There is more I haven’t read yet.

Looking forward to the (2014) Ph D and there is an essay about state theory I’ve only just laid my hands on.

Here Starrs aligns himself with Saull, whose excellent Gramscian essay of 2012, “Rethinking Hegemony: Uneven Development, Historical Blocs, and the World Economic Crisis”, is given prominence also by Anderson in his forthcoming H-word.(4) With these three steps in place we can clearly identify the unique significance of the American state-capital nexus in the 20th-century and 21st-century world. But it is a matter of avoiding pitfalls, keeping the full analytical framework in view at all times and then following through with some truly interesting empirical work.

In the NLR and elsewhere Starrs has put together summary tables which show continuing US corporate dominance across most of the key sectors of the world economy.

For example, if it is hard to buy into China directly, the next best thing is to buy into the Australian mining companies that supply China.

These are straight-forward reworkings of the Forbes Global 2000 listing.

It begins to get really interesting when Starrs brings in data for corporate takeovers.

What is even more interesting is that Starrs then links his data for the Global 2000, to data for share ownership, which you can access through “professional-grade” business info terminals, like Bloomberg etc.

These are widely available on campuses through business school libraries.