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Enterprise & Society
The International Journal of Business History

Oxford, Business History Conference
ISSN: 1467-2227
Conservata in: Prato, Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 57
Consistenza: v. 1, 2000, 1 – v. 15, 2014, 4
Lacune: v. 4, 2003, 3-4; v. 5, 2004, 4; v. 13, 2012-v. 14, 2013;
[ 2014-2011 ] [ 2010-2000 ]

copertina della rivista

v. 15, 2014, 4

Philip Scranton, Introduction, p. 601

Per H. Hansen, From Finance Capitalism to Financialization: A Cultural And Narrative Perspective on 150 Years of Financial History, p. 605

Fahad Ahmad Bishara, A Sea of Debt: Histories of Commerce and Obligation in the Indian Ocean, c. 1850-1940, p. 643
Joyman Lee, Where Imperialism Could Not Reach: Chinese Industrial Policy and Japan, 1900-1940, p. 655
Heidi Tworek, Magic Connections: German News Agencies and Global News Networks, 1905-1945, p. 672

Emily Buchnea, Transatlantic Transformations: Visualizing Change Over Time in the Liverpool-New York Trade Network, 1763-1833, p. 687
Christina Lubinski, Liability of Foreignness in Historical Context: German Business in Preindependence India (1880-1940), p. 722
Andreas P. Zangger, Chops and Trademarks: Asian Trading Ports and Textile Branding, 1840-1920, p. 759
Fco. Javier Fernández-Roca, Jesús D. López-Manjón, Fernando Gutiérrez-Hidalgo, Family Cohesion as a Longevity Factor of Business with Intergenerational Transmission, p. 791
Pierre-Yves Donzé, Multinational Enterprises and the Globalization of Medicine: Siemens and the Business of X-ray Equipment in Non-Western Markets, 1900-1939, p. 820
Jeroen touwen, The Hybrid Variety: Lesson in Nonmarmarket Coordination fromn the business System in the Netherlands, 1950-2010, p. 849
Daniel L. Rust, In the Shadow of Tragedy: The Evolution of safety Coregulation on America’s Uninspected towing Vessels, p. 885

Reviews, p. 921

v. 15, 2014, 3

Paul Anthony Custer, The M Yarn: Price and Social Imagination in Early Industrial Britain, p. 417
Paula A. De La Cruz-Fernàndez, Marketing the Hearth: Ornamental Embroidery and the Building of the Multinational Singer Sewing Machine Company, p. 442
James Reveley, John Singieton, Clearing the Cupboard: The Role of Public Relations in London Clearing Banks’ Collective Legitimacy-Seeking, 1950-1980, p. 472
Nikki Mandeli, Will the Real Businessman/Businesswoman Stand Up?: The Historical Implications of Regendering Business Success in the Early Twentieth Century, p. 499
Marcelo Bucheli, Erica Salvaj, Adaptation Strategies of Multinational Corporations, State-Owned Enterprises, and Domestic Business Groups to Economic and Political Transitions: A Network Analysis of the Chilean Telecommunications Sector, 1958-2005, p. 534

Reviews, p. 577

v. 15, 2014, 2

Marc Flandreau, Gabriel Geisler Mesevage, The Untold History of Transparency: Mercantile Agencies, the Law, and the Lawyers (1851-1916), p. 213
Eelke Michiel Heemskerk, Meindert Fennema, Women on Board: Female Board Membership as a Form of Elite Democratization, p. 252
Martin Eriksson, Embedding Big Business. The Political Economy of the 1938 Corporate Tax Reform in Sweden, p. 285
Luciano Segreto, Ben Wubs, Resistance of the Defeated: German and Italian Big Business and the American Antitrust Policy, 1945-1957, p. 307
Darren E. Grem, Christianity today, J. Howard Pew, and the Business of Conservative Evangelicalism, p. 337

Reviews, p. 380

v. 15, 2014, 1

Paul Duguid, Information in the Mark and the Marketplace: A Multivocal Account, p. 1
Nate Holdren, Incentivizing Safety and Discrimination: Employment Risks under Workmen’s Compensation in the Early Twentieth Century United States, p. 31
James W. Cortada, When Knowledge Transfer Goes Global: How People and Organizations Learned About Information Technology, 1945-1970, p. 68
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo, Thomas Haigh, David L. Stearns, How the Future Shaped the Past: The Case of the Cashless Society, p. 103
Helen Mercer, Retailer-Supplier Relationships before and after the Resale Prices Act, 1964: A Turning Point in British Economic History?, p. 132

Reviews, p. 166

v. 12, 2011, 4

Philip Scranton, Introduction, p. 715

Dan Bouk, The Science of Difference: Developing tools for Discrimination in the American Life Insurance Industry, 1830-1930, p. 717
Eric S. Hintz, The Post-Heroic Generation: American Independent Inventors, 1900-1950, p. 732
Kara W. Swanson, Body Banks: A History of Milk Banks, Bood Banks and Sperm Banks in the United States, p. 749

Sean Patrick Adams, How Choice Fueled Panic: Philadelphians, Consumption and the Panic of 1837, p. 761
Christopher Jones, The Carbon-Consuming Home: Residential Markets and Enery Transitions, p. 790
Neveen Abdelrehim, Josephine Maltby, Stefen Toms, Corporate social Responsibility and Corporate Control: The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company 1933-1951, p. 824
Stuart W. Leslie, The Strategy of Structure: Architectural and Management Style at Alcoa and Owens-Corning, p. 863

Reviews, p. 903

v. 12, 2011, 3

Milena Veenis, Cola in the German Democratic Republic. East German Fantasies on Western Consumption, p. 489
V. Necla Geyikdagi, French Direct Investments in the Ottoman Empire Before World War I, p. 525
Hugo van Driel, Bas Koene, The Rhetoric of Restraint: The Struggle for Legitimacy of the Dutch Temporary Work Agency Industry, 1961-1996, p. 562
Adrian R. Bell, Richard S. Dale, The Medieval Pilgrimage Business, p. 601

Reviews, p. 628

v. 12, 2011, 2

Philip Scranton, Editor’s Introduction, p. 263
Giovanni Favero, Business Attitudes toward Statistical Investigation in Late Nineteenth Century Italy: A Wool Industrialist from Reticence to Influence, p. 265
Bianca Murillo, “The Devil We Know”: Gold Coast Consumers, Local Employees, and the United Africa Company, 1940-1960, p. 317
Pierre-Yves Donzé, The Hybrid Production System and the Birth of the Japanese Specialized Industry: Watch Production at Hattori & Co. (1900-1960), p. 356
Neil Rollings, Multinational Enterprise and Government Controls on Outward Foreign Direct Investment in the United States and the United Kingdom in the 1960s, p. 398

Reviews, p. 435

v. 12, 2011, 1

Michael A. Bernstein, Mark R. Wilson, New Perspectives on the History of the Military-Industrial Complex, p. 1
Mark R. Wilson, Making “Goop” Out of Lemons: The Permanente Metals Corporation, Magnesium Incendiary Bombs, and the Struggle for Profits during World War II, p. 10
Eugene Gholz, Eisenhower versus the Spin-off Story: Did the Rise of the Military-Industrial Complex Hurt or Help America’s Commercial Aircraft Industry?, p. 45
Edmund F. Wehrle, “Aid Where It Is Needed Most”: American Labor’s Military-Industrial Complex, p. 96
Jocelyn Wills, Innovation in a Cold [War] Climate: Engineering Peace with the American Military-Industrial Complex, p. 120

Jeffrey A. Engel, Not Yet A Garrison State: Reconsidering Eisenhower’s Military-Industrial Complex, p. 175

Louis Hyman, Ending Discrimination, Legitimating Debt: The Political Economy of Race, Gender, and Credit Access in the 1960s and 1970s, p. 200

Reviews, p. 233