The Business History Review is pleased to announce the release of its Summer issue, a special issue on the oil industry. Please see the table of contents below. To read sample full-text articles and book reviews, visit our Web site at http://www.hbs.edu/bhr/.
Business History Review, volume 84, number 2:
A Special Issue on the Oil Industry
Introduction by Diana Davids Hinton
Keetie Sluyterman, "Royal Dutch Shell: Company Strategies for Dealing with Environmental Issues"
Nathan J. Citino, "Internationalist Oilmen, the Middle East, and the Remaking of American Liberalism, 1945–1953"
Daniele Pozzi, "Entrepreneurship and Capabilities in a 'Beginner' Oil Multinational: The Case of ENI"
Lisa Bud-Frierman, Andrew Godley, and Judith Wale, "Weetman Pearson in Mexico and the Emergence of a British Oil Major, 1901–1919"
Michael R. Adamson, "The Role of the Independent: Ralph B. Lloyd and the Development of California’s Coastal Oil Region, 1900–1940"
Marcelo Bucheli, "Oil, Politics, Society, and Multinational Corporations in Latin America: Major Achievements in the Historiography, 1990–2010"
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