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Cumulative Author Index, 1962-1999

This index, alphabetical by author, is based on one prepared by Will Hausman in 1988, and the "Introduction" is an updated version of his explanatory essay, which appeared as p. 227 of Volume 17 (1988). The Index has been expanded to include the Proceedings volumes for 1989-1999, and it now lists articles with multiple authors under each author's name. The indexes of dissertation session presentations and comments and of the Krooss Prize winners for the period of BEH publication are available from the menu on the left. Presidential Addresses are also available, as is a listing of Newcomen Prize winners for the same period. The index is complete, and the digital version of the archives now contains all published papers since 1962 except those in the 1980 Harvard University Press volume (see Will Hausman's introduction, below). Editors' introductory remarks are not listed in this index, but they are available from the "Front Matter" link on each volume's individual table of contents page.

Introduction

This index comprises the articles from all known publications of the Proceedings of the Business History Conference. Prior to 1975 the Proceedings were published irregularly with varying titles and formats. The first volume appeared in 1962. Between 1975 and 1999, the Proceedings were published regularly under a uniform title, Business and Economic History. In 1993 a second annual volume was introduced, containing revised versions of papers, including the Newcomen Prize Essay, selected after a refereeing process. The last print volume was published in 1999, and plans were made to move the series to the Web. The first issue of BEH On-Line appeared in 2003.

In addition to the Proceedings volumes, publications in two issues of the Business History Review that resulted from conferences held at Harvard University in 1958 and 1961 are included. Although these were not formally sponsored by the Business History Conference, many of the participants were members. In September 1977 the Business History Conference and the Harvard Graduate School of Business Adminstration co-sponsored a special conference on the rise of modern business enterprise. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems edited the conference papers, which were published by Harvard University Press under the title Managerial Hierarchies (1980). (These papers are included in the index for completeness, but the full text is not available.) In April 1997, the Hagley Museum and Library hosted a conference on “The Future of Business History”; most of the papers presented there were published in the Fall 1997 volume of Business and Economic History and are therefore included in the index with links to the full text.

Acknowledged here rather than in the separate citations are the editors of the various volumes. Albert K. Steigerwalt edited the 1962 Proceedings; J. V. Fenstermaker edited the 1965 volume. There was no editor indicated on the Proceedings of the 1967 conference published by the University of Western Ontario, though internal evidence suggests that Richard C. Overton served in that role. Fred Bateman and James D. Foust edited the 1968 proceedings. Charles J. Kennedy edited the proceedings of the conference held in 1969. This was published simultaneously in the Nebraska Journal of Economics and Business, 8, no. 3 (Summer 1969). Louis P. Cain edited the 1972 proceedings, which carried a publication date of 1973 and which began the Second Series. Allen L. Dickes edited the 1973 proceedings, and Herman E. Krooss edited the 1974 volume, which carries a publication date of 1975. Paul Uselding was responsible for establishing the current format of the journal and for assuring its regular appearance. He edited Business and Economic History from 1975 through 1980. Jeremy Atack was responsible for greatly enhancing the technical quality of the journal, which he edited from 1981 through 1987. William J. Hausman edited the journal from 1988 to 1998; Roger Horowitz edited the last printed volume, 1999.

Papers from the Business History Conference Annual Meetings began to be published on the Web in 2003, as BEH On-Line. Will Hausman serves as editor.


If you know the author's name, you can jump ahead to the appropriate letter of the alphabet by using the following guide.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

indicates a Newcomen Prize Essay


Aaronson, Susan. “How Cordell Hull and the Postwar Planners Designed a New Trade Policy.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 171-79.   View as PDF

_____. “Redefining the ‘Terms of Trade’? A Brief History of Social Protectionism.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 196-206.   View as PDF

_____. “Without Practice or Practitioners: Graduate Business Education, 1945-1960.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 262-70.   View as PDF

Abrahams, Paul. “Career Patterns in Industrializing Wisconsin, 1875-1920.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 12-24.   View as PDF

Adams, Donald R., Jr. “The Mid-Atlantic Labor Market in the Early 19th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 99-112.   View as PDF

Adams, Sean Patrick. “Different Charters, Different Paths: Corporations and Coal in Antebellum Pennsylvania and Virginia.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 78-90.   View as PDF

Adams, Steve. “When Production Wasn't Enough: Kaiser-Frazer and the Culture of Consumption.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 255-61.   View as PDF

Aduddell, Robert M., and Louis P. Cain. “A Strange Sense of Deja Vu: The Packers and the Feds, 1915-82.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 49-60.   View as PDF

Alchon, Guy. “Foundations, Social Science, and Indicative Planning in the American 1920s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 116-32.   View as PDF

Alexander, James R. “Technological Innovation in Steel Fabrication: Marketing and Production Considerations in the Manufacture of the Johnson Rail.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 210-15.   View as PDF

Amdam, Rolv Petter, and Ove Bjarnar. “Networks and the Diffusion of Knowledge: The Norwegian Industry Committee in New York during the Second World War.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 33-44.   View as PDF

Ames, Edward. “Observing the Effects of Research on Business.” The Business History Conference, 1962: America as a Business Civilization (Michigan State University, 1962), 11-38.   View as PDF

Amorim, Celeste, and Matthias Kipping. “Selling Consultancy Services: The Portuguese Case in Historical and Comparative Perspective.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 45-56.   View as PDF

Anderson, Ray H. “Regulating Corporate Annual Reports in Australia.” Business and Economic History, 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 522-34.   View as PDF

Andrade, L. E. “Accounting Thought in the United States, 1815-1860.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 113-20.   View as PDF

Ankli, Robert E. “The Coming of the Reaper.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 1-24.   View as PDF

_____. “Michael Porter's Competitive Advantage and Business History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 228-36.   View as PDF

_____, and Eva Sommer. “The Role of Management in the Decline of the American Steel Industry.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 217-31.   View as PDF

_____ and Fred Frederiksen. “The Influence of American Automobile Manufacturers on the Canadian Automobile Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 101-13.   View as PDF

Archer, Howard, and John H. Dunning. “The Eclectic Paradigm and the Growth of UK Multinational Enterprise, 1870-1983.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 19-49.   View as PDF

Armstrong, Frederick H. “Approaches to Business History in Canada: The Historian's Approach.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 16-33.   View as PDF

Austin, Barbara. “Managing Marketing in a Commodities Manufacturing Firm: Dominion Textile.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 168-77.   View as PDF



Badaracco, Claire. “Innovative Industrial Design and Modern Public Culture: The Monotype Corporation, 1922-1932.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 226-33.   View as PDF

_____. “The Role of ‘Agency’ in Language Product Manufacturing, 1910-1930.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 245-54.   View as PDF

Bailey, Mark W., and Gordon Boyce. “The Manufacturing and Marketing of Steel in Canada: Dofasco, Inc., 1912-1970.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 228-37.   View as PDF

Baranoff, Dalit. “Principals, Agents, and Control in the American Fire Insurance Industry, 1799-1872.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 91-101.   View as PDF

Barbezat, Daniel. “Belgian Domestic Steel Cartels and the Re-Rollers, 1933-38.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 218-27.   View as PDF

Barcsay, Thomas. “Banking in Hungarian Economic Development, 1867-1919.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 216-25.   View as PDF

Barsness, Richard W. “Air Transportation in the Post-World War II Era: Commentary.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 29-32.   View as PDF

____. “Port Development in the United States since 1900.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 2 (1972) (Indiana University, 1973): 127.   View as PDF [notice of non-inclusion in BEH].

Baughman, James Lewis. “Business History in an Era of Economic Transformation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 56-73.   View as PDF

Baughman, James L. “ ‘Show Business in the Living Room’: Management Expectations for American Television, 1947-56.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 718-26.   View as PDF

Becker, William H. “Managerial Capitalism and Public Policy.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 247-56.   View as PDF

Berg, Norman. “The Conglomerate--Its Strategy and Structure.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 36-51.   View as PDF

Beiler, Rosalind J. “Peterstal and Wistarburg: The Transfer and Adaptation of Business Strategies in Eighteenth-Century American Glassmaking.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 343-53.   View as PDF

Berk, Gerald. “Discursive Cartels: Uniform Cost Accounting among American Manufacturers before the New Deal.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 229-51.   View as PDF

Bernstein, Eldon, and Fred Carstensen. “Rising to the Occasion: Lender's Bagels and the Frozen Food Revolution, 1927-1985.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 165-75.   View as PDF

Bezilla, Michael. “Pennsylvania Railroad Electrification Strategy.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 143-51.   View as PDF

Bezis-Selfa, John. “Planter Industrialists and Iron Oligarchs: A Comparative Prosopography of Early Anglo-American Ironmasters.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 62-70.   View as PDF

Bjarnar, Ove, and Rolv Petter Amdam. “Networks and the Diffusion of Knowledge: The Norwegian Industry Committee in New York during the Second World War.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 33-44.   View as PDF

Black, Paul V. “Reluctant Paternalism: Employee Relief Activities of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad in the 19th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 120-34.   View as PDF

Blackford, Mansel G. “Business, Government, Tourism, and the Environment: Maui in the 1980s and 1990s.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 207-11.   View as PDF

_____. “The Lumber Industry and the Scientific Forestry Movement in California, 1885-1925.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 67-81.   View as PDF

_____. “The Merger Process: An Inside Look by Oral History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 57-59.   View as PDF

_____. “Small Business in America: Two Case Studies.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 9-15.   View as PDF

Blicksilver, Jack. “Commentary on Paterson and Katsura.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 62-66.   View as PDF

Bliss, Perry. “Business and the Consumer.” The Business History Conference, 1962: America as a Business Civilization (Michigan State University, 1962), 1-9.   View as PDF

Bodenhorn, Howard. “Free Banking and Financial Entrepreneurship in Nineteenth-Century New York: The Black River Bank of Watertown.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 102-14.   View as PDF

Boughey, David. “The Internalisation of Locomotive Building by Britain's Railway Companies during the Nineteenth Century.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 57-68.   View as PDF

Bova, Francesca. “American Direct Investment in the Italian Manufacturing Sector, 1900-1940.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 218-30.   View as PDF

Boyce, Gordon. “Communication and Contracting: A Link between Business and Social History.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 287-95.   View as PDF

_____. “Intermediate Modes and International Business.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 90-100.   View as PDF

_____. “Continuity and Transition in Corporate Capability: Incentives, Management, and Innovation at Dofasco, Inc.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 223-33.   View as PDF

_____, and Mark W. Bailey. “The Manufacturing and Marketing of Steel in Canada: Dofasco Inc., 1912-1970.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 228-37.   View as PDF

Boyns, Trevor, and John Richard Edwards. “British Cost and Management Accounting Theory and Practice, c. 1850-c.1950: Resolved and Unresolved Issues.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 452-62.   View as PDF

Bradley, Linda J. “Stuart Chase: A Radical CPA and the Meat Packing Investigation, 1917-1918.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 190-200.   View as PDF

Bradley, James, Margaret Dupree, and Alastair Durie. “Taking the Water-Cure: The Hydropathic Movement in Scotland, 1840-1940.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 426-37.   View as PDF

Bremner, Robert H. “The Business Spirit in Philanthropy.” The Business History Conference, 1962: America as a Business Civilization (Michigan State University, 1962), 39-50.   View as PDF

Brichford, Maynard J.. “A University Archivist Looks at Business Archives.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 106-8.   View as PDF

Bricker, Robert, and Nandini Chandar. “On Applying Agency Theory in Historical Accounting Research.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 486-99.   View as PDF

Broehl, Wayne G., Jr. “The Persisting Case against the Multinational Corporation.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 159-65.   View as PDF

Brown, Linda Keller. “Reorienting Cross-Cultural Studies of Business.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 41-46.   View as PDF

Bryant, Keith L. “Commentary on Harbeson and Barsness.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 128-34.   View as PDF

_____. “Railroad Management, Organized Labor, and Federal Intervention: A Case Study.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 49-54.   View as PDF

Buchan, P. Bruce. “The East India Company, 1749-1800: The Evolution of a Territorial Strategy and the Changing Role of the Directors.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 52-61.   View as PDF

Bugos, Glenn E. “Programming the American Aerospace Industry, 1954-1964: The Business Structures of Technical Transactions.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 210-22.   View as PDF

Bunting, David, and Mark S. Muzruchi. “The Transfer of Control in Large Corporations: 1912-19 (Summary).” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 120-23.   View as PDF

Burt, Roger. “British Investment in the American Mining Frontier.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 515-25.   View as PDF

Butrica, Andrew J. “The Commercial Launch Industry, Reusable Space Vehicles, and Technological Change.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 212-21.   View as PDF



Cain, Louis P. “A Brief History of an Acquisition That Failed: The Kent Manufacturing Corporation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 179-88.   View as PDF

_____. “Hal Williamson: A Remembrance.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 10-13.   View as PDF

_____. “How Public Works Saved Private Enterprise: The Thomas & Betts Company in the Great Depression.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 29-40.   View as PDF

_____. “Thomas & Betts Limited: An Application of the ‘Theory’ of Direct Foreign Investment.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 305-17.   View as PDF

_____, and Robert M. Aduddell. “A Strange Sense of Deja Vu: The Packers and the Feds, 1915-82.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 49-60.   View as PDF

Caldwell, Peter. “Amalgamation or Trust: Anglo-Scottish and American Comparative Legal Institutions and How They Shaped the Nations' Whiskey Industries, 1870-1900.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 476-90.   View as PDF

Cameron, Rondo. “Introduction to the Cameron-Bovykin Project.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 17-18.   View as PDF

Campbell-Kelly, Martin. “Development and Structure of the International Software Industry, 1950-1990.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 73-110.   View as PDF

_____. “ICL:Taming the R&D Beast.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 169-80.   View as PDF

Carlos, Ann M. “Agent Opportunism and the Role of Company Culture: The Hudson's Bay and Royal African Companies Compared.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 142-51.   View as PDF

Carlson, W. Bernard. “Entrepreneurship in the Early Development of the Telephone: How Did William Orton and Gardiner Hubbard Conceptualize This New Technology?” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 161-92.   View as PDF

Carosso, Vincent P. “American Private Banks in International Banking and Industrial Finance, 1870-1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 19-26.   View as PDF

Carroll, Sidney L., and Anne Mayhew. “Alfred Chandler's Speed: Monetary Transformation.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 105-13.   View as PDF

Carruth, Reba. “Technological Change, Competitive Advantage, and Corporate Response in the 20th-Century European Shipping Industry: The Case of the Ahlers Shipping Company, 1960-1980.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 782-91.   View as PDF

Carstensen, Fred V. “Comments on Labor Unions and Labor Management.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 159-61.   View as PDF

_____. “ ‘...a dishonest man is at least prudent’: George W. Perkins and the International Harvester Steel Properties.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 87-102.   View as PDF

_____, and Eldon Bernstein. “Rising to the Occasion: Lender's Bagels and the Frozen Food Revolution, 1927-1985.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 165-75.   View as PDF

Casson, Mark. “Entrepreneurial Networks in International Business.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 811-23.   View as PDF

_____ and Howard Cox. “International Business Networks: Theory and History.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 42-53.   View as PDF

Castaneda, Chris, and Joseph Pratt. “New Markets, Outmoded Manufacturing: The Transition from Manufactured Gas to Natural Gas by Northeastern Utilities after World War II.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 238-47.   View as PDF

Chandar, Nandini, and Robert Bricker. “On Applying Agency Theory in Historical Accounting Research.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 486-99.   View as PDF

Chandler, Alfred D., Jr., “Commentary on Gray and Salsbury,” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 189-92.   View as PDF

_____. “Evolution of the Large Industrial Corporation: An Evolution [Evaluation] of the Transaction-Cost Approach.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 116-34.   View as PDF

_____. “Framework for Analyzing the Modern Multinational Enterprise and Its Competitive Advantage.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 3-17.   View as PDF

_____. “Integration and Diversification as Business Strategies--An Historical Analysis.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 65-73.   View as PDF

_____. “The United States: Seedbed of Managerial Capitalism,” in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980): 9-40. [digital text not available from this site]

_____, and Takashi Hikino. “A Historical Perspective on U.S. Industrial Leadership: Comments on Hannah.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 221-29.   View as PDF

Channon, Geoffrey. “The Business Morals of British Railway Companies in the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 69-80.   View as PDF

_____. “Railroad Competition and Its Management in the United States and Britain before 1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 189-97.   View as PDF

Cheape, Charles. “Paternalism and Corporate Welfarism in Large-Scale Enterprise: The Norton Company Experience.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 50-59.   View as PDF

_____. “Tradition, Innovation, and Expertise: Writing the Steel Code for the National Recovery Administration.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 69-88.   View as PDF

Church, Roy, and Christine Clark. “Cleanliness Next to Godliness: Christians in the Victorian Starch Industry.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 81-92.   View as PDF

Churella, Albert. “Market Imperatives and Innovation Cycles: The Effects of Technological Discontinuities on the Twentieth-Century Locomotive Industry.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 378-89.   View as PDF

Clark, Christine, and Roy Church. “Cleanliness Next to Godliness: Christians in the Victorian Starch Industry.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 81-92.   View as PDF

Clark, John G. “The Business Elite of New Orleans before 1815.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 94-103.   View as PDF

Clark, Robert L., Lee A. Craig, and Jack W. Wilson. “Managing a Pension Portfolio in the Nineteenth Century: The U.S. Navy Pension Fund, 1800-1840.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 93-104.   View as PDF

Clarke, Sally. “Consumer Negotiations.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 101-22.   View as PDF

_____. “Consumers, Information, and Marketing Efficiency at GM, 1921-1940.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 186-95.   View as PDF

_____. “ ‘Innovation’ in U.S. Agriculture: A Role for New Deal Regulation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 46-55.   View as PDF

Cochran, Sherman. “Losing Money Abroad: The Swedish Match Company in China during the 1930s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 83-91.   View as PDF

Cochran, Thomas C. “Business in American History.” The Business History Conference, 1962: America as a Business Civilization (Michigan State University, 1962), 63-65.   View as PDF

Coclanis, Peter A. “David R. Coker, Pedigreed Seeds, and the Limits of Agribusiness in Early Twentieth-Century South Carolina.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 105-14.   View as PDF

Cohn, Raymond L. “Comparative Advantage and Local Manufacturing in the South and Midwest in 1860.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 61-73.   View as PDF

_____. “Comparative Advantage and Local Manufacturing in the South and Midwest in 1860: A Rejoinder.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 78-79.   View as PDF

Cole, Arthur H. “Notes on the Diminution of Pressures in the Writing of Business Histories.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 72-73.   View as PDF

_____. “What Is Business History?” Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 98-106. [digital text not available from this site]

Conrad, James L., Jr. “Entrepreneurial Objectives, Organizational Design, Technology, and the Cotton Manufactory of Almy and Brown, 1789-1797.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 7-19.   View as PDF

Constant, Edward W. II. “The Cult of Mer: or Why There Is a Collective in Your Consciousness.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 127-37.   View as PDF

Cooper, Jill E. “Intermediaries and Invention: Business Agents and the Edison Electric Pen and Duplicating Press.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 130-42.   View as PDF

Coopersmith, Jonathan. “Creating the Commons: Establishing a Civic Space for a New Form of Communications.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 115-24.   View as PDF

_____. “The Failure of Fax: When a Vision Is Not Enough.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 272-82.   View as PDF

Coopey, Richard. “The First Venture Capitalist: Financing Development in Britain after 1945: The Case of ICFC/3i.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 262-71.   View as PDF

_____. “Venture Capital and the Computer Industry: Financing Growth Companies in the UK.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 266-76.   View as PDF

Copperman, Barbara, and Steven A. Sass. “Joseph Wharton's Argument for Protection.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 51-60.   View as PDF

Coppin, Clayton A., and Jack High. “Umpires at Bat: Setting Food Standards by Government Regulation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 109-18.   View as PDF

Corley, T. A. B. “Competition and the Growth of Advertising in the U.S. and Britain, 1800-1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 155-67.   View as PDF

_____. “Competitive Advantage and Foreign Direct Investment: Britain, 1913-1938.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 599-608.   View as PDF

_____. “Emergence of the Theory of Industrial Organization, 1890-1990.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 83-92.   View as PDF

_____. “Firms and Markets: Towards a Theory of Business History.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 54-66.   View as PDF

_____. “Interactions between the British and American Patent Medicine Industries, 1708-1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 111-29.   View as PDF

_____. “Oil Corporations and Public Policy: A US-UK Comparison, 1900-1975.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 138-46.   View as PDF

Cosar, Nevin. “Demirbank: The History of a Small Commercial Turkish Bank.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 125-32.   View as PDF

Cottrell, P. L., and Lucy Newton. “Joint-Stock Banking in the English Provinces, 1826-1857: To Branch or Not To Branch?" Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 115-28.   View as PDF

Cox, Annette. “Marketing at Burlington Industries, 1923-1962.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 160-67.   View as PDF

Cox, Howard, and Mark Casson. “International Business Networks: Theory and History.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 42-53.   View as PDF

Craig, Lee A., Robert L. Clark, and Jack W. Wilson. “Managing a Pension Portfolio in the Nineteenth Century: The U.S. Navy Pension Fund, 1800-1840.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 93-104.   View as PDF

Crocker, Ruth Hutchinson. “Making Charity Modern: Business and the Reform of Charities in Indianapolis, 1879-1930.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 158-70.   View as PDF

Crockett, Norman L. “The Westward Movement and the Transit of American Machine Technology: The Case of Wool Manufacturing.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 111-20.   View as PDF

Crucini, Cristina. “The Development and Professionalisation of the Italian Consultancy Market after WWII.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 7-18.   View as PDF

Cruikshank, Paul. “Evolution of Railroad Management Philosophy.” Business and Economic History (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973), 307-22.   View as PDF

Cuff, Robert. “Organizational Capabilities and U.S. War Production: The Controlled Materials Plan of World War II.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 103-12.   View as PDF

Custer, Arline. “The National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections and Research in Business History.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 100-105.   View as PDF



Daems, Herman. “The Rise of the Modern Industrial Enterprise: A New Perspective,” in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980), 103-23. [digital text not available from this site]

Dales, John H. “Approaches to Business History in Canada: Business History and Economic Theory.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 34-38.   View as PDF

Dalgaard, Bruce R. “The Contribution of Business History to the Business School Curriculum.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 31-35.   View as PDF

_____. “Donald Lorenzo Kemmerer, 1905-1993.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): iv-vi.   View as PDF

Dalrymple, Scott. “John Hay's Revenge: Anti-Labor Novels, 1880-1905.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 133-42.   View as PDF

Davids, Mila. “The Relationship between the State Enterprise for Postal, Telegraph and Telephone Services and the State in the Netherlands in Historical Perspective.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 194-205.   View as PDF

Davies, Edward J. II. “State Economic Policy and the Region in Pennsylvania, 1853-1895.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 280-89.   View as PDF

Davis, Colin J. “Strategy for Success: The Pennsylvania Railroad and the 1922 National Railroad Shopmen's Strike.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 271-78.   View as PDF

De Cugis, Carlo. “A Commentary on Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber's Book, The American Challenge" Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 123-45.   View as PDF

DeGraaf, Leonard. “Confronting the Mass Market: Thomas Edison and the Entertainment Phonograph.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 88-96.   View as PDF

Delfino, Adriano G. “Business History: A View from Within.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 109-17.   View as PDF

_____. “Discussion of Downey and Steele.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 337-45.   View as PDF

Denault, Patricia L. “Searching for Wisdom on the World Wide Web: A Modest Beginning.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 50-54.   View as PDF

Deutsch, Tracey. “From ‘Wild Animal Stores’ to Women's Sphere: Supermarkets and the Politics of Mass Consumption, 1930-1950.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 143-54.   View as PDF

Diehl-Taylor, Christiane. “Charles Perrow and Business History: A Neo-Weberian Approach to Business Bureaucratization.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 138-58.   View as PDF

_____. “Managerial Conflict and Resistance: The Distinct Corporate Cultures of DuPont and Sun Oil.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 584-98.   View as PDF

Dinerman, Ina. “A Summary History of Women Market Traders in Mexico.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 47-51.   View as PDF

Dintenfass, Michael. “Family, Training, and Career in the British Coal Industry in the Era of Decline.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 273-84.   View as PDF

_____. “Industrial Identities and Civic Imperatives: The Life Tales of British Coal Masters and the Problem of Economic Decline.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 275-82.   View as PDF

Dixon, Donald F. “Changing Concepts of the Virtue of Merchants in Seventeenth-Century England.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 155-66.   View as PDF

_____. “Inter-War Changes in Gasoline Distribution: A U.S.-U.K. Comparison.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 632-48.   View as PDF

_____, and Evgeny V. Polyakov. “Business as an Anathema to Government: The Path to Private Business in the USSR.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 173-84.   View as PDF

Doezema, William. “Railroad Regulatory Leadership in the Progressive Era: Considerations and Conclusions.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 61-66.   View as PDF

Doster, James F. “American Business in Europe Today.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 121-22.   View as PDF

Downey, Jack E., and Joe L. Steele. “The Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Airport (Economic History from the Perspective of the Future).” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 279-306.   View as PDF

Doyle, William. “A Reappraisal of the Role of Finance in the Corporate Revolution of the Late Nineteenth Century.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 223-33.   View as PDF

Ducker, James H. “ ‘Enlightened Selfishness’: Santa Fe Railroad Policies for Peaceful Coexistence.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 117-23.   View as PDF

Dunlavy, Colleen A. “Organizing Railroad Interests: The Creation of National Railroad Associations in the United States and Prussia.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 133-42.   View as PDF

Dunning, John H., and Howard Archer. “The Eclectic Paradigm and the Growth of UK Multinational Enterprise, 1870-1983.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 19-49.   View as PDF

Dupree, Margaret, James Bradley, and Alastair Durie. “Taking the Water-Cure: The Hydropathic Movement in Scotland, 1840-1940.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 426-37.   View as PDF

Dye, Alan, and Richard Sicotte. “U.S.-Cuban Trade Cooperation and Its Unraveling.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 19-32.   View as PDF

Dyer, Davis. “Necessity as the Mother of Convention: Developing the ICBM, 1954-1958.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 194-209.   View as PDF

_____, and David B. Sicilia. “From Commodity to Specialty Chemicals: Cellulose Products and Naval Stores at the Hercules Powder Company, 1919-1939.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 59-71.   View as PDF

Dyer, Stephanie. “ ‘Holding the Line against Philadelphia’: Business, Suburban Change, and the Main Line's Suburban Square, 1926-1950.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 279-91.   View as PDF



Eckles, Robert B. “What Can Be Done with Photocopy Projects for Business History?” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 49-56.   View as PDF

Edgerly, Linda. “The Present and Future of Corporate Archives: A Golden Age?” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 197-203.   View as PDF

Edwards, John Richard, and Trevor Boyns. “British Cost and Management Accounting Theory and Practice, c. 1850-c.1950: Resolved and Unresolved Issues.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 452-62.   View as PDF

Eichner, Alfred S. “The Megacorp as a Social Innovation and Business History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 46-66.   View as PDF

Ellsworth, Lucius F. “Jay Gould and the Leather Industry: Success or Failure?" Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 133-59.   View as PDF

_____. “Strategy and Structure: The Du Pont Company's Sales Organization, 1870-1903.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 107-12. View as PDF

Emmons, William. “Public Policy and the Evolution of Cable Television: 1950-1990.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 182-91.   View as PDF

Engelbourg, Saul. “John Stewart Kennedy and the City of Glasgow Bank.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 69-82.   View as PDF

Englander, Ernest J. “International Competitiveness: The Failure to Regulate the Biotechnology Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 143-53.   View as PDF

_____. “The Political Economy of Biotechnology: Innovation and Politics in an Emerging Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 136-41.   View as PDF

_____, and Allen Kaufman. “Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and the Challenge to Managerial Capitalism.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 97-108.   View as PDF

_____, and Ross Gittell. “Federalist Industrial Policy: State and Federal Governmental Efforts at Industrial Modernization in the 1980s.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 283-94.   View as PDF



Feldenkirchen, Wilfried. “Comments on ‘The American Miracle.’ ” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 238-40.   View as PDF

_____. “Competition Policy in Germany.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 257-69.   View as PDF

Feldman, Gerald D. “Thunder from Arosa: Karl Kimmich and the Reconstruction of the Stollwerck Company.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 686-95.   View as PDF

Fenstermaker, Joseph Van. “Commercial Bank Profitability in the Early Nineteenth Century.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 72-85.   View as PDF

Ferleger, Louis, and William Lazonick. “Higher Education for an Innovative Economy: Land-Grant Colleges and the Managerial Revolution in America.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 116-28.   View as PDF

_____. “The Managerial Revolution and the Developmental State: The Case of U.S. Agriculture.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 67-98.   View as PDF

Fitzgerald, Edward Peter. “Compagnie Française des Pétroles and the Defense of the Red Line Regime in Middle Eastern Oil, 1933-36.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 117-26.   View as PDF

_____. “The Power of the Weak and the Weakness of the Strong: Explaining Corporate Behavior in Middle Eastern Oil after the Second World War.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 108-28.   View as PDF

Fitzgerald, Robert. “Employment Relations and Industrial Welfare in Britain: Business Ethics versus Labor Markets.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 167-80.   View as PDF

_____. “Rowntree and Market Strategy, 1897-1939.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 45-58.   View as PDF

Fleischman, Richard K., and Thomas N. Tyson. “Developing Expertise: Two Episodes in Early Nineteenth Century U.S. Management Accounting History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 365-80.   View as PDF

Flesher, Dale L., and Gary John Previts. “A Perspective on the New Deal and Financial Reporting: Andrew Barr and the Securities and Exchange Commission, 1938-1972.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 221-28.   View as PDF

_____. “The Virtue of Economic Development: Accounting and Reporting for the Illinois Central Railroad, 1851-1861.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 181-92.   View as PDF

_____, Gary John Previts, and Tonya K. Flesher. “Profiling the New Industrial Professionals: The First CPAs of 1896-97.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 252-66.   View as PDF

Fohlin, Caroline. “Bank Securities Holdings and Industrial Finance before World War I: Britain and Germany Compared.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 463-75.   View as PDF

Folsom, Burton W. “Entrepreneurs and City Growth: Scranton and Carbondale as Case Studies.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 124-27.   View as PDF

Fonseca, Pedro Cezar Dutra. “Banco Regional de Desenvolvimento do Extremo-Sul: A Regional Pro-Development Institution.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 367-77.   View as PDF

Forsberg, Aaron. “The Politics of GATT Expansion: Japanese Accession and the Domestic Political Context in Japan and the United States, 1948-1955.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 185-95.   View as PDF

Fox, Kenneth. “Supply-Side History of the Great Merger Movement: The Harvester Trust as an Empire.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 75-90.   View as PDF

Fraser, Maryna. “International Archives in South Africa.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 163-73.   View as PDF

Frederiksen, Fred, and Robert E. Ankli. “The Influence of American Automobile Manufacturers on the Canadian Automobile Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 101-13.   View as PDF

French, Michael. “Manufacturing and Marketing: Vertical Integration in the U.S. Tire Manufacturing Industry, 1890-1980s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 178-87.   View as PDF

Freudenberger, Herman. “A Look into a Nineteenth-Century Manchester Factory.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 54-68.   View as PDF

Fridenson, Patrick. “Business Organization and Comparative Economic Performance.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 241-45.   View as PDF

_____. “European Big Business in a European Perspective?” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 33-38.   View as PDF

_____. “Multinationals: The Cultural Dimension.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 155-58.   View as PDF

_____. “Selling the Innovation: French and German Color TV Devices in the 1960s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 62-68.   View as PDF

Fuller, Paul G. “How Did Charles E. Perkins Acquire His Conscience?” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 143-46. View as PDF



Galambos, Louis. “Comments on ‘Organizational Capabilities.’ ” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 55-58.   View as PDF

_____. “The Innovative Organization: Viewed from the Shoulders of Schumpeter, Chandler, Lazonick, et al.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 79-91.   View as PDF

_____, and David Milobsky. “The McNamara Bank and Its Legacy, 1968-1987.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 167-96.   View as PDF

Gallaway, Lowell K., and Richard K. Vedder. “ ‘The Hidden Agenda’: A Reply to Professor Weiss.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 174-75.   View as PDF

_____. Productivity and Wages in the American Economy: A Tale of Two Centuries.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 162-70.   View as PDF

Gálvez-Muñoz, Lina. “Governments, Consumers, Companies, and Tobacco Addiction: The Spanish Case (1890s to 1930s).” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 39-48.   View as PDF

Gamber, Wendy. “Gendered Concerns: Thoughts on the History of Business and the History of Women.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 129-40.   View as PDF

Garside, W. R. “Industrial Policy and the Developmental State: British Responses to the Competitive Environment before and after the 1970s.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 47-60.   View as PDF

Giannetti, Renato, and Mauro Lombardi. “Behavioral Rules in R&D Strategies: German and Dutch Electrical Equipment Enterprises between the Wars.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 206-17.   View as PDF

Giebelhaus, August W. “Teaching Business History to Engineers.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 89-99.   View as PDF

Gittell, Ross, Allen Kaufman, and Ernie Englander. “Federalist Industrial Policy: State and Federal Government Efforts at Industrial Modernization in the 1980s.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 283-94.   View as PDF

Glaser-Schmidt, Elisabeth. “Foreign Trade Strategies of I.G. Farben after World War I.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 201-11.   View as PDF

_____. “The Guggenheims and the Coming of the Great Depression in Chile, 1923-1934.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 176-85.   View as PDF

Glimstedt, Henrik. “Non-Fordist Routes to Modernization: Production, Innovation, and the Political Construction of Markets in the Swedish Automobile Industry before 1960.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 243-53.   View as PDF

Gómez-Mendoza, Antonio. “The Cost of Francoist Economic Policies to a British Firm: Rio Tinto Company, 1939-1954.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 354-63.   View as PDF

_____, and Elena San-Román. “Competition between Private and Public Enterprise in Spain, 1939-1959: An Alternative View.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 696-708.   View as PDF

Gompers, Paul A. “The Rise and Fall of Venture Capital.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 1-26.   View as PDF

Goodstein, Anita S. “The Big Business of Nashville, 1780-1860.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 25-34.   View as PDF

Gordon, Colin. “Why No Corporatism in the United States? Business Disorganization and Its Consequences.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 29-46.   View as PDF

Gospel, Howard F. “Comparative Patterns of Labor-Management Relations: Great Britain, the U.S., and Japan.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 119-31.   View as PDF

Gourvish, Terence R. “The Business of Alcohol in the US and the UK: UK Regulation and Drinking Habits, 1914-39.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 609-16.   View as PDF

_____. “Economics of Brewing, Theory and Practice: Concentration and Technological Change in the USA, UK, and West Germany since 1945.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 253-61.   View as PDF

_____, and Nick Tiratsoo. “ ‘Making It Like Detroit’: British Managers and American Productivity Methods, 1945-c.1965.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 206-16.   View as PDF

Grant, H. Roger. “A. B. Stickney and James J. Hill: An Overview of a Railroad Relationship.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 189-90.   View as PDF

_____. “The Akron, Canton & Youngstown and the Politics of Expansion, 1890-1920.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 126-36.   View as PDF

Graves, Carl. “Applying Scientific Management Principles to Railroad Repair Shops--The Santa Fe Experience, 1904-18.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 124-36.   View as PDF

Gray, Ralph D. “Hoosier Inventor and Businessman: The Alloys and Automobiles of Elwood Haynes.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 161-78.   View as PDF

Green, George D. “The Citizens Bank of Louisiana: Property Banking in Troubled Times, 1833-1842.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 58-71.   View as PDF

Green, George L. “Seeking New Markets.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 69-76.   View as PDF

Greenberg, Brian. “Free and Unfree Labor: The Struggle against Prison Contract Labor in Albany, New York, 1830-85.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 167-80.   View as PDF

Greenwald, Richard A. “ ‘More than a Strike’: Ethnicity, Labor Relations, and the Origins of the Protocol of Peace in the New York Ladies' Garment Industry.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 318-29.   View as PDF

Greenwood, Ronald G., and Charles D. Wrege. “Frederick W. Taylor and Industrial Espionage: 1895-1897.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 183-93.   View as PDF

_____. “Mary B. Gilson—A Historical Study of the Neglected Accomplishments of a Woman Who Pioneered in Personnel Management.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 35-42.   View as PDF

_____. “William E. Sawyer and the Rise and Fall of America's First Incandescent Light Company, 1878-1881.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 31-48.   View as PDF

_____, and Sakae Hata. “The International Management Institute and Political Opposition to Its Efforts in Europe, 1925-1934.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 249-65.   View as PDF

Griffiths, John. “Creating, Transmitting, and Transforming a Corporate Culture in a Public Sector Enterprise: The General Post Office, 1920-1990.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 676-85.   View as PDF

Grossman, Peter Z. “Golden Silence: Why the Express Chose Not to Incorporate.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 300-306.   View as PDF

Guimarães, Carlos Gabriel. “Banks, Economics, and Power during the Second Reign: The Sociedade Bancária Mauá, MacGregor, & Cia, 1854-1866.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 381-92.   View as PDF

Guthey, Eric. “Ted Turner's Media Legend and the Transformation of Corporate Liberalism.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 184-99.   View as PDF

Guy, Kolleen M. “Drowning Her Sorrows: Widowhood and Entrepreneurship in the Champagne Industry.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 505-14.   View as PDF



Hancock, David. “ ‘Capital and Credit with Approved Security’: Financial Markets in Montserrat and South Carolina, 1748-1775.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 61-84.   View as PDF

Hannah, Leslie. “Afterthoughts.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 246-62.   View as PDF

_____. “The American Miracle, 1875-1950, and After: A View in the European Mirror.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 197-220.   View as PDF

_____. “Multinationality: Size of Firm, Size of Country, and History Dependence.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 144-54.   View as PDF

_____. “Visible and Invisible Hands in Great Britain,” in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980), 41-76. [digital text not available from this site]

Harbeson, Robert W. “Transport Regulation: A Centennial Evaluation.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 115-26.   View as PDF

Harder, K. Peter. “Major Factors in Business Formation and Development: Germany in the Early Industrialization Period.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 72-81.   View as PDF

_____. “Public Policies toward Business in Post-World War II Germany.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 31-50.   View as PDF

Hardin, Amy L. “Industry Structure and the Marketing of Synthetic Fibers.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 213-22.   View as PDF

Hart, David M. “IBM in American Politics, 1970-1999.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 49-60.   View as PDF

Hartwell, R. M. “Business Management in England during the Period of Early Industrialization: Inducements and Obstacles.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 59-71.   View as PDF

Hata, Sakae, Charles D. Wrege, and Ronald G. Greenwood. “The International Management Institute and Political Opposition to Its Efforts in Europe, 1925-1934.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 249-65.   View as PDF

Hausman, William J. “Business Enterprise in 18th-Century Britain: Toft Moor Colliery, 1770-79.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 152-66.   View as PDF

_____, David M. Kemme, and John L. Neufeld, “The Relative Economic Efficiency of Private versus Municipal Waterworks in the 1890s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 13-27.   View as PDF

Hawley, Ellis W. “Remarks Concerning Martin J. Sklar's The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1916.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 40-42.   View as PDF

Heaton, Herbert. “Clio's Overalls--A Study in Fashion Changes.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 2-14.   View as PDF

Helper, Susan. “Comparative Supplier Relations in the U.S. and Japanese Auto Industries: An Exit/Voice Approach.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 153-62.   View as PDF

_____, and David Hochfelder. “Suppliers and Product Development in the Early American Automobile Industry.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 39-52.   View as PDF

Hennart, Jean François. “Transaction Costs and the Multinational Enterprise: The Case of Tin.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 147-59.   View as PDF

Hidy, Ralph W. “The Battle of the Bulge: A Memoir.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 60-71.   View as PDF

_____. “Introduction to Development of Business in England, Germany, and the USA Session.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 57-58.   View as PDF

_____, and Muriel E. Hidy. “Henrietta M. Larson: An Appreciation.” Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 3-10. [digital text not available from this site]

Hidy, Muriel E. “Introduction to Standard Oil Session.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 1-2.   View as PDF

High, Jack, and Clayton A. Coppin. “Umpires at Bat: Setting Food Standards by Government Regulation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 109-18.   View as PDF

Hikino, Takashi, and Alfred D. Chandler, Jr. “A Historical Perspective on U.S. Industrial Leadership: Comments on Hannah.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 221-29.   View as PDF

Hochfelder, David, and Susan Helper. “Suppliers and Product Development in the Early American Automobile Industry.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 39-52.   View as PDF

Hodas, Daniel. “Moses Taylor--New York Merchant, American Industrialist and Finance Capitalist: A Case Study in Success.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 95-131.   View as PDF

Hoke, Donald. “Product Design and Cost Considerations: Clock, Watch, and Typewriter Manufacturing in the 19th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 119-28.   View as PDF

_____. “The Woman and the Typewriter: A Case Study in Technological Innovation and Social Change.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 76-88.   View as PDF

Holbrook, Daniel. “Government Support of the Semiconductor Industry: Diverse Approaches and Information Flows.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 133-66.   View as PDF

Horgan, Lucille E. “Close Partners: The Adoption of Industry Management Procedures by the Department of Defense.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 326-35.   View as PDF

Horowitz, Roger, and Philip Scranton. “ ‘The Future of Business History’: An Introduction.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 1-4.   View as PDF

Huberman, Michael. “An Economic and Business History of Worksharing: The Bell Canada and Volkswagen Experiences.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 404-15.   View as PDF

Hounshell, David A. “Ford Automates: Technology and Organization in Theory and Practice.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 59-71.   View as PDF

_____. “Pondering the Globalization of R&D: Some New Questions for Business Historians.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 131-43.   View as PDF

Howell, Charles. “Toward a History of Management Thought.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 41-50.   View as PDF

Huertas, Thomas. “The Rise of the Modern Business Enterprise: The Case of Citibank.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 143-57.   View as PDF

_____, and Joan L. Silverman. “The Banking and Insurance Holidays of 1933.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 105-14.   View as PDF

Hughes, Jonathan R. T. “Arthur Cole and Entrepreneurial History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 133-44.   View as PDF

_____. “The Colonial Origins of Modern Social Control.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 67-95.   View as PDF

_____. “Is American Capitalism Dead?" Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 33-43.   View as PDF

Hughes, Thomas Parke. “Managing Change: Regional Power Systems, 1910-30.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 52-68.   View as PDF

Hull, Theodore J. “Business Statistics and the National Economy: Electronic Records of the Department of Commerce in the National Archives and Records Administration.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 257-63.   View as PDF

Humphries, Jane. “ ‘Lurking in the Wings...’: Women in the Historiography of the Industrial Revolution.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 32-44.   View as PDF

Hunt, Margaret. “Time Management, Writing, and Accounting in the Eighteenth-Century English Trading Family: A Bourgeois Enlightenment.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 150-59.   View as PDF

Hunter, Gregory S. “The Development of Bankers: Career Patterns and Corporate Form at the Manhattan Company, 1799-1842.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 59-77.   View as PDF



Ingham, John N. “African-American Business Leaders in the South, 1810-1945: Business Success, Community Leadership and Racial Protest.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 262-72.   View as PDF

_____. “Iron and Steel in the Pittsburgh Region: The Domain of Small Business.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 107-16.   View as PDF

Inwood, Kris E. “Steel Manufacturers at the Margin in Nova Scotia.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 61-74.   View as PDF

Isenstadt, Sandy. “The Visual Commodification of Landscape in the Real Estate Appraisal Industry, 1900-1992.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 61-70.   View as PDF



Jefferson, Edward G. “Some Changes in the Business Environment since 1945.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 228-33.   View as PDF

Jeremy, David J. “Corporate Responses to the Emergent Recognition of a Health Hazard in the UK Asbestos Industry: The Case of Turner & Newall, 1920-1960.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 254-65.   View as PDF

John, Richard R., Jr. “Private Mail Delivery in the United States during the Nineteenth Century: A Sketch.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 135-47.   View as PDF

_____. “Theodore N. Vail and the Civic Origins of Universal Service.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 71-82.   View as PDF

Johnson, Arthur M. “Commentary on Hughes and Pratt.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 122-25.   View as PDF

_____. “Conference on the History of American Business: A Summary Report.” Business History Review, 33 (Summer 1959): 204-10. [digital text not available from this site]

_____. “Where Does Business History Go From Here?" Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 11-20. [digital text not available from this site]

Johnson, Hugh J., and Thomas W. Tanner. “The Conscience of a Capitalist.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 77-93. View as PDF

Jones, Geoffrey. “Diversification Strategies and Corporate Governance in Trading Companies: Anglo-Japanese Comparisons since the Late Nineteenth Century.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 103-18.   View as PDF

_____. “The Imperial Bank of Iran and Iranian Economic Development, 1890-1952.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 69-80.   View as PDF

_____. “Public Policy and British Multinational Banks, 1914-1982.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 209-18.   View as PDF

Jones, Stuart. “From Building Society to Bank: The Allied of South Africa, 1970-1988.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 152-61.   View as PDF



Katsura, Yoshio. “The Role of One Sogoshosha in Japanese Industrialization: Suzuki & Co., 1877-1927.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 32-61.   View as PDF

Kaufman, Allen. “Assembling America's Private Arsenal for Democracy, 1920-1961.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 252-65.   View as PDF

_____, and Ernest J. Englander. “Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and the Challenge to Managerial Capitalism.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 97-108.   View as PDF

_____, and Ross Gittell. “Federalist Industrial Policy: State and Federal Government Efforts at Industrial Modernization in the 1980s.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 283-94.   View as PDF

Kawabe, Nobuo. “The Development of Distribution Systems in Japan before World War II.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 33-44.   View as PDF

Kay, W. D. “Space Policy Redefined: The Reagan Administration and the Commercialization of Space.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 237-47.   View as PDF

Keehn, Richard H. “Bank Stock Ownership and Bank Control: The Evidence from Wisconsin, 1860-1900.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 30-45.   View as PDF

_____, and Gene Smiley. “Margin Purchases, Brokers' Loans, and the Bull Market of the Twenties.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 129-42.   View as PDF

_____. “Short-Term Interest Rates in New York City and San Francisco, 1872-98.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 181-91.   View as PDF

Kehoe, Terence. “The Persistence of Cooperation: Government Regulation of Great Lakes Water Pollution, 1945-1978.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 147-54.   View as PDF

Keire, Mara L. “The Committee of Fourteen and Saloon Reform in New York City, 1905-1920.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 573-83.   View as PDF

Keller, Morton. “Regulation of Large Enterprise: The United States Experience in Comparative Perspective,” in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980): 161-81. [digital text not available from this site]

Kemme, David M., William J. Hausman, and John L. Neufeld. “The Relative Economic Efficiency of Private versus Municipal Waterworks in the 1890s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 13-27.   View as PDF

Kemmerer, Donald I. “Introduction to Business History in the West Session.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 93.   View as PDF

Kennedy, Charles J. “Introduction to Problems and Methodology Session.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 20.   View as PDF

_____. “New Light on the New Haven-Boston & Maine Merger Battle, 1907-1909.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 137-55.   View as PDF

Kerr, K. Austin. “Business Historians and the World Wide Web.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 46-49.   View as PDF

_____. “The Movement for State Regulation of Coal Mines in the 19th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 82-97.   View as PDF

Kessler-Harris, Alice. “Ideologies and Innovation: Gender Dimensions of Business History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 45-51.   View as PDF

Kilbourn, William. “Business History: A Writer's Approach.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 39-42.   View as PDF

Kim, Dong-Woon. “J. & P. Coats as a Multinational before 1914.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 526-39.   View as PDF

King, David J. S. “The Ideology behind a Business Activity: The Case of the Nuremburg-Fürth Railway.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 162-71.   View as PDF

King, Frank H. H. “Joint Venture in China: The Experience of the Pekin Syndicate, 1897-1961.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 113-22.   View as PDF

Kinney, Jeremy R. “ ‘We Hold The Merchandising Idea As Paramount’: The Virtues of Flexible Mass Production in the 1920s American Furniture Industry.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 83-94.   View as PDF

Kipping, Mathias. “Competing for Dollars and Technology: The United States and the Modernization of the French and German Steel Industries after World War II.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 229-40.   View as PDF

_____. “The U.S. Influence on the Evolution of Management Consultancies in Britain, France, and Germany since 1945.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 112-23.   View as PDF

_____, and Celeste Amorim. “Selling Consultancy Services: The Portuguese Case in Historical and Comparative Perspective.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 45-56.   View as PDF

Kirby, M. W. “Britain's ‘Manifest Industrial Destiny’: The Culture of High Technology and Industrial Performance in the Twentieth Century.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 751-69.   View as PDF

Klein, Maury. “Commentary on Grant and Kennedy.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 156-60.   View as PDF

_____. “Jay Gould: A Revisionist Interpretation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 55-68.   View as PDF

Klepper, Steven, and Kenneth L. Simons. “Innovation and Industry Shakeouts.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 81-89.   View as PDF

Knight, Sir Arthur. “Courtaulds in Continental Europe in the 1950s and 1960s: Some Recollections and Reflections.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 213-26.   View as PDF

Knoedler, Janet T. “Early Examples of User-Based Industrial Research.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 285-94.   View as PDF

_____, and Anne Mayhew. “The Engineers and Standardization.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 141-51.   View as PDF

Kobayashi, Kesaji. “Recent Trends in Business History in Japan.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 62-70.   View as PDF

Kocka, Jurgen. “The Rise of Modern Industrial Enterprise in Germany," in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980), 77-116. [digital text not available from this site]

Kohn, Barbara B. “The Potentials and Pitfalls of Oral History for Business Historians.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 63-68.   View as PDF

Kraft, James P. “American Entertainment in the 1990s.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 805-10.   View as PDF

_____. “Work and Technological Change: Musicians and the Film Industry, 1926-1940.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 256-61.   View as PDF

Krooss, Herman E. “Recruiting Business History Teachers.” Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 44-60 [with comments by Howard F. Bennett, Thomas C. Cochran, and A. K. Steigerwalt]. [digital text not available from this site]

Kuisel, Richard F. “Business History in France.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 71-82.   View as PDF

Kuisma, Markku, and Karl-Erik Michelsen. “Nationalism and Industrial Development in Finland.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 343-53.   View as PDF

Kwolek-Folland, Angel. “The African American Financial Industries: Issues of Class, Race and Gender in the Early 20th Century.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 85-107.   View as PDF

_____. “Customers and Neighbors: Women in the Economy of Lawrence, Kansas, 1870-1885.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 129-39.   View as PDF



Laird, Pamela Walker. “From Success to Progress: The Professionalization and Legitimation of Advertising Practitioners, 1820-1920.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 307-16.   View as PDF

Lamoreaux, Naomi R. “The Competitive Behavior of Small versus Large Firms: The American Steel Industry in the Late 19th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 28-40.   View as PDF

_____. “Constructing Firms: Partnerships and Alternative Contractual Arrangements in Early Nineteenth-Century American Business.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 43-72.   View as PDF

_____. “Martin Sklar's The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism: An Economic Historian's Perspective.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 36-39.   View as PDF

_____. “The Structure of Early Banks in Southeastern New England: Some Social and Economic Implications.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 171-84.   View as PDF

_____, Daniel M. G. Raff, and Peter Temin. “New Economic Approaches to the Study of Business History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 57-79.   View as PDF

Langlois, Richard N. “Creating External Capabilities: Innovation and Vertical Disintegration in the Microcomputer Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 93-102.   View as PDF

_____, and Paul L. Robertson. “Business Organization as a Coordination Problem: Toward a Dynamic Theory of the Boundaries of the Firm.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 31-41.   View as PDF

Larson, Henrietta M. “Contours of Change: Standard Oil Company (New Jersey), 1882-1950.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 3-19.   View as PDF

_____. “Writing the History of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey).” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 149-56.   View as PDF

Latham, A. J. H. “From Competition to Constraint: The International Rice Trade in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 91-102.   View as PDF

Laureyssens, Julienne M. “Growth of Central Banking: The Société Général des Pays-Bas and the Impact of the Function of General State Cashier on Belgium's Monetary System (1822-30).” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 125-38.   View as PDF

Lazonick, William. “Financial Commitment and Economic Performance: Ownership and Control in the American Industrial Corporation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 115-28.   View as PDF

_____. “Organizational Capabilities in American Industry: The Rise and Decline of Managerial Capitalism.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 35-54.   View as PDF

_____, and Louis Ferleger. “Higher Education for an Innovative Economy: Land-Grant Colleges and the Managerial Revolution in America.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 116-28.   View as PDF

_____. “The Managerial Revolution and the Developmental State: The Case of U.S. Agriculture.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 67-98.   View as PDF

Lee, Matthew T. “The Ford Pinto Case and the Development of Auto Safety Regulations, 1893-1978.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 390-401.   View as PDF

Leunig, Timothy. “The Myth of the Corporate Economy: Great Britain's Cotton Textile Industry, 1900-1913.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 53-68.   View as PDF

Levenstein, Margaret. “African American Entrepreneurship: The View from the 1910 Census.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 106-22.   View as PDF

Lévy-Leboyer, Maurice. “The Large Corporation in Modern France," in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980), 117-60. [digital text not available from this site]

Lewchuk, Wayne. “Giving and Getting the Wrong Signals: Institutions, Technical Change, and the Decline of British Productivity since 1850.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 77-88.   View as PDF

Lewis, Susan Ingalls. “Beyond Horatia Alger: Breaking through Gendered Assumptions about Business ‘Success’ in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 97-105.   View as PDF

_____. “Female Entrepreneurs in Albany, 1840-1885.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 65-73.   View as PDF

Lewis, W. David. “A Man Born Out of Season: Eddie Rickenbacker, Eastern Airlines, and the Civil Aeronautics Board.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 154-64.   View as PDF

_____. “William Henry: Armsmaker, Ironmaster and Railroad Speculator: A Case Study in Failure.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference, 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 51-94.   View as PDF

_____, and Wesley P. Newton. “The Delta-C&S Merger: A Case Study in Airline Consolidation and Federal Regulation [abstract].” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 9-10.   View as PDF

Lindstrom, Diane. “Commentary on Zabler.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 111-13.   View as PDF

Lipartito, Kenneth. “A Comparative Analysis of the Early History of the Southern and Northern Telephone Systems.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 159-76.   View as PDF

_____. “Culture and the Practice of Business History.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 1-42.   View as PDF

_____. “Innovation, the Firm, and Society.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 92-104.   View as PDF

Livesay, Harold C. “Teaching Business History to Liberal Arts and Humanities Students.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 100-107.   View as PDF

Livingston, James. “Banking Reform and the Emergence of a Corporate-Industrial Economy, 1894-1910.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 103-19.   View as PDF

_____. “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying: Remarks on Martin Sklar's Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 30-35.   View as PDF

Loeb, Alan P. “Birth of the Kettering Doctrine: Fordism, Sloanism and the Discovery of Tetraethyl Lead.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 72-87.   View as PDF

_____. “Paradigms Lost: A Case Study Analysis of Models of Corporate Responsibility for the Environment.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 95-108.   View as PDF

Lombardi, Mauro, and Renato Giannetti. “Behavioral Rules in R&D Strategies: German and Dutch Electrical Equipment Enterprises between the Wars.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 206-17.   View as PDF

Long, Stewart L. “Television Network Development: The Early Years.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 69-83.   View as PDF

Lopes, Teresa da Silva. “The Impact of Multinational Investment on Alcohol Consumption Since the 1960s.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 109-22.   View as PDF

Love, James H., and Frank H. Stephen. “Deregulation and Professional Boundaries: Evidence from the English Legal Profession.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 792-804.   View as PDF

Loveday, Amos J. “Technology, Cost Accounting, and Management in the Cut Nail Industry of the Upper Ohio Valley, 1865-90.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 41-50.   View as PDF

Lubar, Steven. “Managerial Structure and Technological Style: The Lowell Mills, 1821-1880.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 20-30.   View as PDF

_____, and Carlene Stephens. “A Place for Public Business: The Material Culture of the Nineteenth-Century Federal Office.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 165-79.   View as PDF

Lynch, Robert G. “Seeking Practical Wisdom.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 123-36.   View as PDF



Mabry>, James C. “Regulation, Industry Structure, and Competitiveness in the U.S. Portland Cement Industry.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 402-12.   View as PDF

MacPherson, Ian. “The Origins of Cooperative Insurance on the Prairies.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 76-87.   View as PDF

Madison, James H. “Changing Patterns of Urban Retailing: The 1920s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 102-11.   View as PDF

_____. “Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals: Eli Lilly and Company, 1876-1948.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 72-78.   View as PDF

Mahate, Ashraf A. “Contagion Effects of Three Late Nineteenth Century British Bank Failures.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 102-15.   View as PDF

Majewski, John. “Urban Investment versus Local Enterprise: Railroad Financing in Pennsylvania and Virginia, 1830-1860.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 92-101.   View as PDF

Manko, Katina L. “ ‘Now You Are in Business for Yourself’: The Independent Contractors of the California Perfume Company, 1886-1938.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 5-26.   View as PDF

Marburg, Theodore F. “Commentary on Freudenberger and Green.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 77-81.   View as PDF

Marchand, Roland. “The Inward Thrust of Institutional Advertising: General Electric and General Motors in the 1920s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 188-96.   View as PDF

_____. “Where Lie the Boundaries of the Corporation? Explorations in ‘Corporate Responsibility’ in the 1930s.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 80-100.   View as PDF

Marchildon, Gregory P. “The Role of Lawyers in Corporate Promotion and Management: A Canadian Case Study and Theoretical Speculations.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 193-202.   View as PDF

Marcus, Stanley. “Neiman-Marcus, A State of Mind.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference, (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 29-50.   View as PDF

Marovich, Lisa A. “ ‘Let Her Have Brains Too’: Commercial Networks, Public Relations, and the Business of Invention.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 140-61.   View as PDF

Marquis, Lloyd K. “A Comprehensive Framework for Analyzing the Management of a Business Enterprise.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 39-48.   View as PDF

Martin, Albro. “ ‘Make No Little Plans’: The Future Possibilities for Business History at the James J. Hill Reference Library and the Hill Papers.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 197-99.   View as PDF

_____. “The Teaching of Business History at Harvard.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 36-38.   View as PDF

Mason, Mark. “Foreign Direct Investment and Japanese Economic Development, 1899-1931.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 93-107.   View as PDF

Mass, William. “The Decline of a Technological Leader: Capability, Strategy, and Shuttleless Weaving, 1945-1974.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 234-44.   View as PDF

_____. “Developing and Utilizing Technological Leadership: Industrial Research, Vertical Integration, and Business Strategy at the Draper Company, 1816-1930.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 129-39.   View as PDF

_____, and Hideaki Miyajima. “The Organization of the Developmental State: Fostering Private Capabilities and the Roots of the Japanese ‘Miracle.’ ” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 151-68.   View as PDF

_____, and Andrew Robertson. “From Textiles to Automobiles: Mechanical and Organizational Innovation in the Toyoda Enterprises, 1895-1933.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 1-38.   View as PDF

Matthews, Jeffrey J. “The Businessman Diplomat: A. B. Houghton, A Case Study.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 137-44.   View as PDF

Maunula, Marko. “From Mill Town to Euroville: Economic Change and the Arrival of Foreign Corporations in Spartanburg, South Carolina.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 145-52.   View as PDF

Maupin, Janice. “Sheep and Goat Ranching, Texas Style.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 347-72.   View as PDF

Mayhew, Anne, and Sidney Carroll. “Alfred Chandler's Speed: Monetary Transformation.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 105-13.   View as PDF

_____, and Janet Knoedler. “The Engineers and Standardization.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 141-51.   View as PDF

Mazzoleni, Roberto. “The Agency System in the International Distribution of U.S. Machine Tools, 1900-1915: Social Norms and Contracts.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 420-30.   View as PDF

McAloon, Jim. “British Finance, Scottish Brokers, and Colonial Development: John Macfarlane Ritchie and the National Mortgage & Agency Company of New Zealand, 1877-1912.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 550-60.   View as PDF

McAvoy, Michael R. “The Effects of Changes in Loan Demand and Deposits on Changes in Bankers' Deposits Maintained for a Country National Bank, 1920-1929.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 340-52.   View as PDF

McBride, W. Blan. “Import-Export Business Operation in Early Mesopotamia.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 91-98.   View as PDF

McCalla, Douglas. “Retailing in the Countryside: Upper Canadian General Stores in the Mid-Nineteenth Century.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 393-403.   View as PDF

McCarthy, Dennis M. P. “The Bureaucratic Manipulation of Indigenous Business: A Comparative Study in Legal Imposition from Colonial Africa.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 123-32.   View as PDF

_____. “International Economic Integration and Business Cultures: Comparative Historical Perspectives.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 72-80.   View as PDF

_____. “International Business and Economic Integration: Competitive Business Strategies Past and Present.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 237-46.   View as PDF

McChesney, Robert E. “The Debate over Public Policy and the Emergence of Commercial Broadcasting in the United States, 1927-1935.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 171-81.   View as PDF

McClenahan, William. “The Growth of Voluntary Export Restraints and American Foreign Economic Policy, 1956-1969.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 180-90.   View as PDF

McCraw, Thomas K. “Teaching History Courses to Harvard MBA Students: Building Enrollment from 21 to 1,300.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 153-62.   View as PDF

_____. “Thinking about Competition.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 9-29.   View as PDF

McCurdy, Charles W. “American Law and the Marketing Structure of the Large Corporation, 1875-90.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 44-61.   View as PDF

McCusker, John J., and James C. Riley. “The French Economy, 1650-1788: Economic Growth, the Money Supply, and Monetarist Theory—A Summary.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 102-4.   View as PDF

McDermott, Kathleen. “Pressure on the Price Waterhouse Partnership: Decisions of the 1960s and Implications for Today.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 295-304.   View as PDF

McFarlane, Larry A. “British Agricultural Investment in the Dakotas, 1877-1953.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 112-26.   View as PDF

McGaw, Judith A. “Specialization and American Agricultural Innovation in the Early Industrial Era: John Hare Powel and Livestock Breeding.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 134-49.   View as PDF

McGlade, Jacqueline. “Establishing Mediation as Enterprise: The Career of Anna Rosenberg.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 242-51.   View as PDF

McGowan, William P. “American Wasteland: A History of America's Garbage Industry, 1880-1989.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 155-63.   View as PDF

McHugh, Cathy L. “Child Labor in the Postbellum Southern Cotton Textile Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982):136-46.   View as PDF

McKay, John P. “Foreign Businessmen, the Tsarist Government, and the Briansk Company.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 11-30.   View as PDF

McKeen, Carol A., and Alan J. Richardson. “Education, Employment, and Certification: An Oral History of the Entry of Women into the Canadian Accounting Profession.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 500-521.   View as PDF

McKenna, Christopher D. “Agents of Adhocracy: Management Consultants and the Reorganization of the Executive Branch, 1947-1949.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 101-11.   View as PDF

_____. “The Origins of Modern Management Consulting.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 51-58.   View as PDF

McKitrick, Frederick L. “Government's Economic Role: German Artisanal Corporatism in the Postwar Period.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 469-76.   View as PDF

McLaughlin, W. Earle. “Canada's Economic Independence: Fact vs. Myth.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 6-15.   View as PDF

McQuaid, Kim. “From Depression to Détente: Business-Government Relations in Post-New Deal America, 1930s-1970s [abstract].” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 29-30.   View as PDF

Merino, Barbara D., and Linda J. Bradley. “Stuart Chase: A Radical CPA and the Meat Packing Investigation, 1917-1918.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 190-200.   View as PDF

Mernitz, Kenneth S. “Firms in Conflict: Liquid Fuel Producers in the U.S. and Germany, 1910-1933.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 143-52.   View as PDF

Meyers, Andrew A. “Invisible Cities: Lewis Mumford, Thomas Adams, and the Invention of the Regional City, 1923-1929.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 292-306.   View as PDF

Michals, Debra. “Toward a New History of the Postwar Economy: Prosperity, Preparedness, and Women's Small Business Ownership.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 45-56.   View as PDF

Michelson, Karl-Erik, and Markuu Kuisma. “Nationalism and Industrial Development in Finland.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 343-53.   View as PDF

Mierzejewski, Alfred C. “Accounting Reform at the German National Railway Company, 1924-1932.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 212-20.   View as PDF

_____. “The German National Railway Confronts Its Competitors, 1920-1939.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 89-102.   View as PDF

_____. “The Reich Association of German Industry's Proposal to ‘Privatize’ the German National Railway, 1921-1922.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 477-85.   View as PDF

Millard, Andre. “Thomas Edison and the Theory and Practice of Innovation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 191-99.   View as PDF

Miller, Michael. “Business History in France.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 31-39.   View as PDF

Miller, Robert R. “Commentary on McKay and Harder.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 51-53.   View as PDF

Mills, Geofrey T., and Hugh Rockoff. “Business Attitudes towards Wage and Price Controls in World War II.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 146-57.   View as PDF

Milobsky, David, and Louis Galambos. “The McNamara Bank and Its Legacy, 1968-1987.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 167-96.   View as PDF

Minnick, Albert C. “Business Trends and Forecasts: Using Securities and Exchange Commission's Electronic Records from the National Archives and Records Administration.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 264-68.   View as PDF

Miranti, Paul J., Jr. “Measurement and Organizational Effectiveness: The ICC and Accounting-Based Regulation, 1887-1940.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 183-92.   View as PDF

_____. “Patterns of Analysis in Accounting History.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 114-26.   View as PDF

Mirza, David B. “Commentary on White.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 96-97.   View as PDF

Misa, Thomas J. “Toward an Historical Sociology of Business Culture.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 55-64.   View as PDF

Mitchell, D. M. “ ‘Mr. Fowle Pray Pay the Washwoman’: The Trade of a London Goldsmith-Banker, 1660-1692.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 27-38.   View as PDF

Mitchell, F. Stewart. “A Mis-Applied Response to Opportunity: The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway and the Great Dakota Boom, 1879-1886.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 177-88.   View as PDF

Miyajima, Hideaki. “Japanese Industrial Policy during the Interwar Period: Strategies for International and Domestic Development.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 270-79.   View as PDF

_____, and William Mass. “The Organization of the Developmental State: Fostering Private Capabilities and the Roots of the Japanese ‘Miracle.’ ” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 151-68.   View as PDF

Moffitt, Judith A. “The Chicago, Burlington & Northern: A Case Study in Expansion.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 137-41. View as PDF

Moore, Toby. “Discourses of Work and Consumption in the Demise of the Southern Cotton Mill Village System.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 163-72.   View as PDF

Morelli, Carlo. “Britain's Most Dynamic Sector? Competitive Advantage in Multiple Food Retailing.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 770-81.   View as PDF

Moskowitz, Marina. “Zoning the Industrial City: Planners, Commissioners, and Boosters in the 1920s.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 307-17.   View as PDF

Mulligan, William H., Jr. “The Corporation Community: Life in Sparrows' Point, Maryland.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 136-38.   View as PDF

Muzruchi, Mark S., and David Bunting. “The Transfer of Control in Large Corporations: 1912-19 [Summary].” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 120-33.   View as PDF

Myllyntaus, Timo. “Electrical Imperialism or Multinational Cooperation? The Role of Big Business in Supplying Light and Power to St. Petersburg before 1917.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 540-49.   View as PDF



Nardinelli, Clark. “Child Labor in the Postbellum Southern Cotton Textile Industry: Comment.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 147-49.   View as PDF

Neal, Larry. “The Disintegration and Re-integration of International Capital Markets in the 19th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 84-96.   View as PDF

_____. “Efficient Markets in the Eighteenth Century? Stock Exchanges in Amsterdam and London.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 81-101.   View as PDF

_____. “ ‘For God's Sake, Remitt Me’: The Adventures of George Middleton, John Law's London Goldsmith-Banker, 1712-1729.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 27-60.   View as PDF

_____. “The Rise of a Financial Press: London and Amsterdam, 1681-1796 [abstract].” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 139-41.   View as PDF

Neu, Irene D. “Comments on the Papers of Anita Goodstein, Paul Abrahams, and Ronald Greenwood.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 43-47.   View as PDF

Neufeld, John L., William J. Hausman, and David M. Kemme. “The Relative Economic Efficiency of Private versus Municipal Waterworks in the 1890s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 13-27.   View as PDF

Newton, Lucy, and P. L. Cottrell. “Joint-Stock Banking in the English Provinces, 1826-1857: To Branch or Not To Branch.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 115-28.   View as PDF

Newton, Wesley P., and W. David Lewis. “The Delta-C&S Merger: A Case Study in Airline Consolidation and Federal Regulation [abstract].” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 9-10.   View as PDF

Nicholas, Stephen. “Empirical Tests of the Transaction Cost Model: The Evolution of the Pre-1939 British Manufacturing Multinational.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 133-45.   View as PDF

Niemi, Albert W., Jr. “Comparative Advantage and Local Manufacturing in the South and Midwest in 1860: A Comment.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 74-77.   View as PDF

Norberg, Arthur L. “New Engineering Companies and the Evolution of the United States Computer Industry.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 181-93.   View as PDF

Norris, James. “Business Longevity and the Frontier Iron Industry.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 31-46. View as PDF

Nucci, Alfred R. “The Center for Economic Studies Program to Assemble Economic Census Establishment Information.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 248-56.   View as PDF

Nuxoll, Elizabeth M. “The Bank of North America and Robert Morris's Management of the Nation's First Fiscal Crisis.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 159-70.   View as PDF



Oberg, Barbara. “New York State and the ‘Specie Crisis’ of 1837.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 37-52.   View as PDF

O'Brien, Anthony Patrick. “How To Succeed in Business: Lessons from the Struggle between Ford and General Motors during the 1920s and 1930s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 79-87.   View as PDF

Olien, Roger M., and Diana Davids Olien. “Competition for Capital in Two Oil Ventures.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 169-78.   View as PDF

_____. “Oil Men Conspiring and Cats Making Love: The Manipulation of Anti-Monopoly Discourse for Competitive Advantage in the Domestic Petroleum Industry, 1870-1911.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 135-46.   View as PDF

_____. “Running Out of Oil: Discourse and Public Policy, 1909-1929.” Business and Economic History, 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 36-66.   View as PDF

Olmstead, Alan L. “The Civil War as a Catalyst of Technological Change in Agriculture.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 36-50.   View as PDF

Orsenigo, Luigi, Guilio Sapelli, and Pier Angelo Toninelli. “The Evolution of the Strategy and Structure of a State-Owned Company: The Case of Agip Petroli S.p.A., 1960-1990.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 129-37.   View as PDF

O'Sullivan, Mary. “A Battle of Orthodoxies or a Cooperative Effort? Comment on Hannah.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 230-37.   View as PDF

Overton, Richard C. “Company-Scholar Relations.” Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967), 43-59.   View as PDF

_____. “Discussion of Cruikshank.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 325-33.   View as PDF

_____. “Perkins and Budd: A Comparative Study of Railway Statesmanship.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 127-35.   View as PDF



Paskoff, Paul F. “Organization, Structure, and Growth of the Pennsylvania Iron Industry, 1780-1850.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 13-27.   View as PDF

Paterson, Donald G. “The Failure of British Business in Canada, 1890-1914.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 14-31.   View as PDF

Patten, Spiro G. “The Rivalry between the Schuylkill Canal and the Reading Railroad for the Anthracite Trade.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 139-42.   View as PDF

Payne, Peter L. “British Business History: A Personal Survey.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 90-98.   View as PDF

Pearson, Robin. “British and European Insurance Enterprise in American Markets, 1850-1914.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 438-51.   View as PDF

Pedersen, Kai R. “Re-Educating European Management: The Marshall Plan's Campaign against Restrictive Business Practices in France, 1949-1953.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 267-74.   View as PDF

Perkins, Edwin J. “Lost Opportunities for Compromise in the Bank War: A Reassessment of Jackson's Veto Message [abstract].” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 53-56.   View as PDF

_____. “Market Research at Merrill Lynch & Co., 1940-1945: New Directions for Stockbrokers.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 232-41.   View as PDF

_____. “New Strategies for Stockbrokers: Merrill Lynch & Co. in the 1940s.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 173-84.   View as PDF

_____. “Tourists and Bankers: Travelers' Credits and the Rise of American Tourism, 1840-1900.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 16-28.   View as PDF

_____, and Steven J. Ross. “Integrating Business History and Labor History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 43-52.   View as PDF

Perry, C. R. “The Rise and Fall of Government Telegraphy in Britain.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 416-25.   View as PDF

Perry, Glen. “Communication between the Academician and the Businessman.” Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 87-97. [digital text not available from this site]

Peterson, Robert. “Longevity and the Law: A Case Study of New England Financial Institutions.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 47-63. View as PDF

Pinsdorf, Marion K. “Building a Business on Virtue: Actual, Image, Or Spin.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 185-200.   View as PDF

_____. “Engineering Dreams into Disaster: History of the Tay Bridge.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 491-504.   View as PDF

_____. “Varig Airlines of Brazil: An Enterprising German Investment.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 159-70.   View as PDF

Polyakov, Evgeny V., and Donald F. Dixon. “Business as an Anathema to Government: The Path to Private Business in the USSR.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 173-84.   View as PDF

Pope, Daniel. “Demand Forecasts and Electrical Energy Politics: The Pacific Northwest.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 234-43.   View as PDF

_____. “Environmental Constraints and Organizational Failures: The Washington Public Power Supply System.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 74-82.   View as PDF

Prasad, Srinivas B. “The Metamorphosis of City and Chase as Multinational Banks.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 201-12.   View as PDF

Pratt, Joseph A. “Business and Public Policy: The Uses and Limits of Strategic-Structural Analysis.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 103-18.   View as PDF

_____. “Organizing Information about the Modern Oil Industry in the Formative Years of the American Petroleum Institute.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 74-86.   View as PDF

_____. “The Role of Politics in the Theory and History of the Growth of the Firm.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 96-121.   View as PDF

_____, and Chris Castaneda. “New Markets, Outmoded Manufacturing: The Transition from Manufactured Gas to Natural Gas by Northeastern Utilities after World War II.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 238-47.   View as PDF

Previts, Gary John. “American Accountancy, An Overview, 1900-1925.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 109-19.   View as PDF

_____, and Dale L. Flesher. “A Perspective on the New Deal and Financial Reporting: Andrew Barr and the Securities and Exchange Commission, 1938-1972.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 221-28.   View as PDF

_____, and Dale L. Flesher. “The Virtue of Economic Development: Accounting and Reporting for the Illinois Central Railroad, 1851-1861.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 181-92.   View as PDF

_____, Dale L. Flesher, and Tonya K. Flesher. “Profiling the New Industrial Professionals: The First CPAs of 1896-97.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 252-66.   View as PDF

_____, and William D. Samson. “Reporting for Success: The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Management Information, 1827-1856.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 235-54.   View as PDF

Price, Brian. “Frank and Lillian Gilbreth and the Manufacture and Marketing of Motion Study, 1908-1924.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 88-98.   View as PDF

Priest, Tyler. “An Open Vein: Manganese Ore and the Central do Brasil Railway, 1894-1920.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 164-75.   View as PDF



Quail, John M. “More Peculiarities of the British: Budgetary Control in U.S. and UK Business to 1939.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 617-31.   View as PDF

Quinn, Stephen. “Tallies or Reserves? Sir Francis Child's Balance between Capital Reserves and Extending Credit to the Crown, 1685-1695.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 39-51.   View as PDF



Raff, Daniel M. G. “Robert Campeau and Innovation in the Internal and Industrial Organization of Department Store Retailing: Are the '80s and '90s the '20s and '30s All Over Again (and Why Does It Matter)?” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 52-61.   View as PDF

_____. “Productivity Growth at Ford in the Coming of Mass Production: A Preliminary Analysis.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 176-85.   View as PDF

_____, Naomi Lamoreaux, and Peter Temin. “New Economic Approaches to the Study of Business History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 57-79.   View as PDF

Rainer, Joseph T. “The ‘Sharper’ Image: Yankee Peddlers, Southern Consumers, and the Market Revolution.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 27-44.   View as PDF

Redlich, Fritz. “Approaches to Business History.” Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 61-86 (with comments by J. C. Glover, Arthur M. Johnson, George Rogers Taylor, and R. C. Overton). [digital text not available from this site]

Reed, Craig R. “Factors Affecting U.S. Commercial Space Launch Industry Competitiveness.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 222-36.   View as PDF

Reid, Joseph D., Jr. “Labor Unions and Labor Management: 1900-1930.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 150-58.   View as PDF

Reilly, Kevin S. “Dilettantes at the Gate: Fortune Magazine and the Cultural Politics of Business Journalism in the 1930s.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 213-22.   View as PDF

Rein, Conrad L. “Defense Plant Conversion and Leading Sector Industrial Development in the Postwar South: The Slow Take-off of the Space Program in New Orleans.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 223-34.   View as PDF

Reindl, Josef. “Collusion and Competition: The Electrical Engineering Industry in the United Kingdom and West Germany between 1945 and the Late 1960s.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 738-50.   View as PDF

Reiner, Martha L. “Innovation and the Creation of Venture Capital Organizations.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 200-209.   View as PDF

Richardson, Alan J., and Carol A. McKeen. “Education, Employment, and Certification: An Oral History of the Entry of Women into the Canadian Accounting Profession.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 500-521.   View as PDF

Riley, James C., and John J. McCusker. “The French Economy, 1650-1788: Economic Growth, the Money Supply, and Monetarist Theory--A Summary.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 102-4.   View as PDF

Roberts, Alfred R. “American Accountancy, An Overview, 1875-1900.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 98-108.   View as PDF

Robertson, Andrew, and William Mass. “From Textiles to Automobiles: Mechanical and Organizational Innovation in the Toyoda Enterprises, 1895-1933.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 1-38.   View as PDF

Robertson, Paul, and Richard N. Langlois. “Business Organization as a Coordination Problem: Toward a Dynamic Theory of the Boundaries of the Firm.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 31-41.   View as PDF

Robertson, Paul, and Deborah Savage. “When Organizations Collide: The Case of Physicians and Hospitals in the United States.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 662-75.   View as PDF

Robertson, Paul, and Keith Trace. “Government Involvement in the Development of Australian Manufacturing since 1945.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 109-23.   View as PDF

Rockoff, Hugh, and Geofrey T. Mills. “Business Attitudes towards Wage and Price Controls in World War II.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 146-57.   View as PDF

Roh, Sung-Joon. “Evolution of ‘Partnership Rationality’ in Japan: The Logic of Collaboration between Rival Firms.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 138-50.   View as PDF

Rollings, Neil. “British Industry and European Integration, 1961-73: From First Application to Final Membership.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 444-54.   View as PDF

Rose, Mark H. “PAR--Project Adequate Roads: Traffic Jams, Business, and Government, 1956-65.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 120-36.   View as PDF

Rosen, Christine Meisner. “Industrial Ecology and the Greening of Business History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 123-37.   View as PDF

Rosenberg, Leon Joseph. “Sanger Brothers—Forward with Texas since 1857.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 104-10.   View as PDF

Ross, Duncan. “British Monetary Policy and the Banking System in the 1950s.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 199-208.   View as PDF

_____. “European Banking Clubs in the 1960s: A Flawed Strategy.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 353-66.   View as PDF

Ross, Steven J., and Edwin J. Perkins. “Integrating Business History and Labor History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 43-52.   View as PDF

Roszkowski, Christie L., and Charles W. Wootten. “Legal Aspects of Corporate Governance in Early American Railroads.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 325-36.   View as PDF

Rothstein, Morton. “Centralizing Firms and Spreading Markets: The World of International Grain Traders, 1846-1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 103-13.   View as PDF

_____. “Multinationals in the Grain Trade, 1850-1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 85-93.   View as PDF

Roy, Robert H. “Technological Progression: Some Critical Thresholds.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference, 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 163-225.   View as PDF

Russell, Malcolm B. “Captive Supplier or Partner? Sears, Whirlpool and Washer Design.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 143-53.   View as PDF



Salsbury, Stephen. “Arthur Moxham: A Brilliant Failure.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1974), 2d ser., 3 (Indiana University, 1975): 179-88.   View as PDF

Samson, William D., and Gary John Previts. “Reporting for Success: The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Management Information, 1827-1856.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 235-54.   View as PDF

Elena San-Román, and Antonio Gómez-Mendoza. “Competition between Private and Public Enterprise in Spain, 1939-1959: An Alternative View.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 696-708.   View as PDF

Sandoval-Strausz, A. K. “Why the Hotel? Liberal Visions, Merchant Capital, Public Space, and the Creation of an American Institution.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 255-66.   View as PDF

Sapelli, Guilio, Luigi Orsenigo, and Pier Angelo Toninelli. “The Evolution of the Strategy and Structure of a State-Owned Company: The Case of Agip Petroli S.p.A., 1960-1990.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 129-37.   View as PDF

Sass, Steven A. “The Entrepreneurial Approach to the History of Business and Businessmen in America.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 83-89.   View as PDF

_____. “Getting Down to Business: The Development of the Commercial Curriculum at the Wharton School in 1910.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 71-81.   View as PDF

_____. “The Managerial Ideology in Collegiate Business Education.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 199-212.   View as PDF

_____. “Professionalization in Pensions and the U.S. Economy: A Chandlerian Framework for the Post-Chandlerian Age.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 197-206.   View as PDF

_____, and Barbara Copperman. “Joseph Wharton's Argument for Protection.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 51-60.   View as PDF

Saunders, Richard. “Erie Lackawanna: Early Warnings of Disaster in the Railroad Merger Movement.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 106-19.   View as PDF

Savage, Deborah Anne. “The Professions in Theory and History: The Case of Pharmacy.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 2 (Winter 1994): 129-60.   View as PDF

_____, and Paul L. Robertson. “When Organizations Collide: The Case of Physicians and Hospitals in the United States.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 662-75.   View as PDF

Scala, Dante J. “Taxing the Intangibles: How States Pursued Corporate Wealth in the Early Twentieth Century.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 431-43.   View as PDF

Schmitz, Mark D. “Postbellum Developments in the Louisiana Cane Sugar Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 88-101.   View as PDF

Schnietz, Karen E. “The 1916 Tariff Commission: Democrats' Use of Expert Information to Constrain Republican Tariff Protection.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 176-89.   View as PDF

Schweikart, Larry. “Antebellum Southern Bankers: Origins and Mobility.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 79-103.   View as PDF

Schweninger, Loren. “Counting the Costs: Southern Planters and the Problem of Runaway Slaves, 1790-1860.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 267-76.   View as PDF

Scranton, Philip. “The Significance of Spatial Theory for Business Historians.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 65-71.   View as PDF

_____. “Small Business, Family Firms, and Batch Production: Three Axes for Development in American Business History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 99-106.   View as PDF

_____. “Understanding the Strategy and Dynamics of Long-Lived Family Firms.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 219-27.   View as PDF

_____, and Roger Horowitz. “ ‘The Future of Business History’: An Introduction.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 1-4.   View as PDF

Sealander, Judith. “'Tigers and Oranges': The Interactions of the Federal Women's Bureau with Management.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 67-75.   View as PDF

Sedlak, Michael W. “The Impact of Employment Opportunities on the Evolution of Collegiate Business Education, 1918-63: Northwestern University as a Case Study.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 82-92.   View as PDF

Segreto, Luciano. “Financing the Electric Industry Worldwide: Strategy and Structure of the Swiss Electric Holding Companies, 1895-1945.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 162-75.   View as PDF

_____. “Italian Capitalism between the Private and Public Sectors, 1933-1993.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 455-68.   View as PDF

_____. “Models of Control in Italian Capitalism from the Mixed Bank to Mediobanca, 1894-1993.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 649-61.   View as PDF

_____. “Reopening the Doors: U.S. Private Investments in Italy and the International Economic Integration Policy of the Italian Government, 1945-1965.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 231-42.   View as PDF

Shepard, David A. “Receiving the History of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey).” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 157-60.   View as PDF

Shiman, Daniel R. “Explaining the Collapse of the British Electrical Supply Industry in the 1880s: Gas versus Electric Lighting Prices.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 318-27.   View as PDF

_____. “Managerial Inefficiency and Technological Decline in Britain, 1860-1914.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 89-98.   View as PDF

Shuman, Ronald B. “Factors Affecting the Longevity of Business Enterprises: A Preliminary View.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 1-10. View as PDF

Sicilia, David B. “Cochran's Legacy: A Cultural Path Not Taken.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 27-40.   View as PDF

_____. “Distant Proximity: Writing the History of American Business since 1945.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 266-81.   View as PDF

_____. “Technological Determinism and the Firm.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 67-78.   View as PDF

_____, and Davis Dyer. “From Commodity to Specialty Chemicals: Cellulose Products and Naval Stores at the Hercules Powder Company, 1919-1939.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 59-71.   View as PDF

Sicotte, Richard, and Alan Dye. “U.S.-Cuban Trade Cooperation and Its Unraveling.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 19-32.   View as PDF

Sigsworth, Eric M. “Some Problems in British Business History, 1870-1914.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 21-37.   View as PDF

Silva, Jonathan. “J. Walter Thompson Company and Its Clients: Marketing a Relationship.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 124-29.   View as PDF

Silverman, Joan L., and Thomas F. Huertas. “The Banking and Insurance Holidays of 1933.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 105-14.   View as PDF

Simons, Kenneth L., and Steven Klepper. “Innovation and Industry Shakeouts.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 81-89.   View as PDF

Singer, Bayla. “Engineering Success: Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, 1925-1940.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 162-72.   View as PDF

Skaggs, Julian C. “Paternalism at Lukens, 1825-86.” Business and Economic History, 9 (1980): 128-35.   View as PDF

Sklar, Martin J. “Author's Remarks on Discussion of His Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism.Business and Economic History 21 (1992): 43-45.   View as PDF

Smail, John. “Demand Has Shape: Exports, Entrepreneurs, and the Eighteenth-Century Economy.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 354-64.   View as PDF

Smiley, Gene, and Richard H. Keehn. “Margin Purchases, Brokers' Loans, and the Bull Market of the Twenties.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 129-42.   View as PDF

_____. “Short-Term Interest Rates in New York City and San Francisco, 1872-98.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 181-91.   View as PDF

Smith, John Kenly, Jr. “The End of the Chemical Century? Organizational Capabilities and Industry Evolution.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 152-61.   View as PDF

_____. “Patents, Public Policy, and Petrochemical Processes in the Post-World War II Era.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 413-19.   View as PDF

Smith, Robert. “Academia and Education of Business: Two Case Studies.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 93-97.   View as PDF

Smith, Robert J. “Toward a Theory of the Family Firm: The Case of Bouchayer-Viallet of Grenoble, 1868-1972.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 244-55.   View as PDF

Smitka, Michael J. “Foreign Policy and the US Automotive Industry: By Virtue of Necessity.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 277-86.   View as PDF

_____. “The Invisible Handshake: The Development of the Japanese Automotive Parts Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 163-71.   View as PDF

Soltow, James H. “Management, Entrepreneurship, and the Economic Readjustment of the Middle West.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 94-108.   View as PDF

Sommer, Eva, and Robert E. Ankli. “The Role of Management in the Decline of the American Steel Industry.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 217-31.   View as PDF

Soshnik, Joseph. “Welcome to Business History Conference.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), xv-xviii.   View as PDF

Sparks, Edith. “Married Women and Economic Choice: Explaining Why Women Started Businesses in San Francisco between 1890 and 1930.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 287-300.   View as PDF

Spencer, Frank A. “Technology, Economics, and Corporate Strategy in US Air Transportation, 1946-73.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 11-28.   View as PDF

Spruill, Wanda G., and Charles W. Wootton. “The Role of Women in the Major Public Accounting Firms in the United States during World War II.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 241-52.   View as PDF

Stanley, Autumn. “Scribbling Women as Entrepreneurs: Kate Field (1838-96) and Charlotte Smith (1840-1917).” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 74-83.   View as PDF

Steele, Joe Lee, and Jack D. Downey. “The Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport (Economic History from the Perspective of the Future).” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 279-306.   View as PDF

Steigerwalt, Albert K. “Debit Cash, Credit Ethics.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 95-106. View as PDF

Steinberg, Salme Harju. “Twentieth Century US Corporate Philanthropy at Work: The Manager/Executive as Entrepreneur in the Nonprofit Organization.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 74-83.   View as PDF

Stephen, Frank H., and James H. Love. “Deregulation and Professional Boundaries: Evidence from the English Legal Profession.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 792-804.   View as PDF

Stephens, Carlene, and Steven Lubar. “A Place for Public Business: The Material Culture of the Nineteenth-Century Federal Office.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 165-79.   View as PDF

Stover, John F. “The Management of the Illinois Central Railroad in the 20th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 55-60.   View as PDF

Sturdivant, Frederick D. “The Financial Education of a Marketing Entrepreneur.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 42-56.   View as PDF

Sullivan, A. M. “The Strain on Ethics in the Market Place.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 65-76. View as PDF

Surdam, David G. “Traders or Traitors: Northern Cotton Trading During the Civil War.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 301-12.   View as PDF

Swanson, J. A. “Discussion of Green, Fenstermaker, and Vedder Papers.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 94-97.   View as PDF

Sylla, Richard. “Early American Banking: The Significance of the Corporate Form.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 105-23.   View as PDF



Tanner, Thomas W., and Hugh J. Johnston. “The Conscience of a Capitalist.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 77-93. View as PDF

Tedlow, Richard S. “The Struggle for Dominance in the Automobile Market: The Early Years of Ford and General Motors.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 49-62.   View as PDF

Teichova, Alice. “The Development of Business in the United States during the Period of Early Industrialization: Inducements and Obstacles.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 82-92.   View as PDF

Temin, Peter. “Fateful Choices: AT&T in the 1970s.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 1 (Fall 1998): 61-77.   View as PDF

_____, Naomi Lamoreaux, and Daniel M. G. Raff. “New Economic Approaches to the Study of Business History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 57-79.   View as PDF

Thomas, Howard. “Mapping Strategic Management Research.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 13-28.   View as PDF

Thomas, Robert Paul. “Business Failure in the Early Automobile Industry, 1895-1910.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 11-30. View as PDF

Thompson, Gregory L. “The Passenger Train in the Motor Age: The California Experience, 1910-1941.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 219-26.   View as PDF

Thompson, Mack. “The Origins of E. I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company, 1801-1805.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 16-34.   View as PDF

Thomson, Ross. “The Firm and Technological Change: From Managerial Capitalism to Nineteenth-Century Innovation and Back Again.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 99-134.   View as PDF

_____. “Invention, Markets, and the Scope of the Firm: The Nineteenth-Century U.S. Shoe Machinery Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 140-49.   View as PDF

Thompson, Gregory L. “The Interwar Response of the Southern Pacific Company and the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway to Passenger Road Competition.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 283-92.   View as PDF

Tiffany, Paul. “Opportunity Denied: The Abortive Attempt to Internationalize the American Steel Industry, 1903-1929.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 229-47.   View as PDF

Tignor, Robert. “British Textile Companies and the Egyptian Economy.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 53-67.   View as PDF

Tiratsoo, Nick, and Terence R. Gourvish. “ ‘Making It Like Detroit’: British Managers and American Productivity Methods, 1945-c.1965.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 206-16.   View as PDF

Tolliday, Steven. “Competition and the Workplace in the British Automobile Industry, 1945-1988.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 63-77.   View as PDF

_____. “From ‘Beetle Monoculture’ to the ‘German Model’: The Transformation of Volkswagen, 1967-1991.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 2 (Winter 1995): 111-32.   View as PDF

Toninelli, Pier Angelo, Luigi Orsenigo, and Guilio Sapelli. “The Evolution of the Strategy and Structure of a State-Owned Company: The Case of Agip Petroli, S.p.A., 1960-1990.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 129-37.   View as PDF

Tool, Kent I. “An Early Illustration of Progressive Management in the Area of Human Relations: The T. B. Laycock Manufacturing Company.” Papers Presented at the Annual Business History Conference (Kent State University, 1965), 121-35. View as PDF

Trace, Keith, and Paul Robertson. “Government Involvement in the Development of Australian Manufacturing since 1945.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 109-23.   View as PDF

Trescott, Martha M. “ The Bicycle, a Technical Precursor of the Automobile.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 51-75.   View as PDF

_____. “Women in Engineering and Management in American History, 1850-1975.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 52-54.   View as PDF

Tsutsui, William M. “Rethinking the Paternalist Paradigm in Japanese Industrial Management.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 561-72.   View as PDF

Tucker, Edwin W. “The Judicial Leap into the Glass-Steagall Thicket.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 179-96.   View as PDF

Tyson, Thomas N. and Richard K. Fleischman, Richard K. “Developing Expertise: Two Episodes in Early Nineteenth Century U.S. Management Accounting History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 365-80.   View as PDF



Uselding, Paul J. “Management Thought and Education in America: A Centenary Appraisal.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 15-27.   View as PDF

_____. “The Prescriptive Role of Firm Size, Its Relation to Business History.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 227-61.   View as PDF

Usselman, Steven W. “IBM and Its Imitators: Organizational Capabilities and the Emergence of the International Computer Industries.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 1-35.   View as PDF

_____. “The Lure of Technology and the Appeal of Order: Railroad Safety Regulations in Nineteenth-Century America.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 290-99.   View as PDF

_____. “Organizing a Market for Technological Innovation: Patent Pools and Patent Policies on American Railroads, 1860-1900.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 203-12.   View as PDF



Van Camp, Anne. “The International Records of Corporations.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 175-80.   View as PDF

Vander Meulen, Jacob. “Political Culture, Public Policy, and the Development of the American Aircraft Industry to 1945.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 56-64.   View as PDF

Van Fleet, David D., and Daniel A. Wren. “History in Schools of Business.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 29-35.   View as PDF

Vascik, George S. “Sugar Barons and Bureaucrats: Unravelling the Relationship between Economic Interest and Government in Modern Germany, 1799-1945.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 336-42.   View as PDF

Vedder, Richard K. “The Impact of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation on Banking Stability.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 86-93.   View as PDF

_____. “Some Evidence on the Scale of the Antebellum Farm Implement Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 5 (1976): 25-35.   View as PDF

_____, and Lowell K. Gallaway. “ ‘The Hidden Agenda’: A Reply to Professor Weiss.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 174-75.   View as PDF

_____. Productivity and Wages in the American Economy: A Tale of Two Centuries.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 162-70.   View as PDF

Veenendaal, Augustus J., Jr. “An Example of ‘Other People's Money’: Dutch Capitalism in American Railroads.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 147-58.   View as PDF

_____. “Railways and the Coming of Road Transport in the Netherlands, 1919-1940.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 293-300.   View as PDF

_____. “State versus Private Enterprise in Railway Building in the Netherlands, 1838-1938.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 186-93.   View as PDF

Vietor, Richard. “Comments on ‘Organizational Capabilities.’ ” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 59-64.   View as PDF

Vink, Nico J. “A Cultural Historical Decision-Making Theory: The Marketing of the Philips Corp. of Holland, 1965-1980.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 69-76.   View as PDF



Walker, Juliet E. K. “Black Entrepreneurship: An Historical Inquiry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 37-55.   View as PDF

Waller-Zuckerman, Mary Ellen. “Marketing the Women's Journals, 1873-1900.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 99-108.   View as PDF

Walsh, Margaret. “The Dynamics of Industrial Growth in the Old Northwest, 1830-70: An Interdisciplinary Approach.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 12-29.     View as PDF

Walton, Clarence C. “Business History: Some Major Challenges.” Business History Review, 36 (Spring 1962): 21-43 [with comments by Ralph W. Hidy, R. C. Overton, and Harold F. Williamson]. [digital text not available from this site]

Wasserman, Suzanne. “The Good Old Days of Poverty: Merchants and the Battle over Pushcart Peddling on the Lower East Side.” Business and Economic History 27, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 330-39.   View as PDF

Watanabe, Kishichi. “The Business Ideology of Benjamin Franklin and Japanese Values of the 18th Century.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 79-90.   View as PDF

Waters, L. Leslie. “Railroads from World War II to Date and Beyond.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 4 (1975): 137-51.   View as PDF

Weems, Robert E., Jr. “Out of the Shadows: Business Enterprise and African American Historiography.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 200-212.   View as PDF

Weidenmier, Marc D. “Bogus Money Matters: Sam Upham and His Confederate Counterfeiting Business.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 313-24.   View as PDF

Weisenberger, Carol A. “Women of the FCC: Activists or Tokens?" Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 192-98.   View as PDF

Weiss, Marc A. “Marketing and Financing Home Ownership: Mortgage Lending and Public Policy in the United States, 1918-1989.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 109-18.   View as PDF

_____. “The Politics of Real Estate Cycles.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 20 (1991): 127-35.   View as PDF

Weiss, Thomas. “Comments on ‘Productivity and Wages in the American Economy: A Tale of Two Centuries.’ ” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 171-73.   View as PDF

Wente, Phyllis Jean. “Value and Use of Oral History in Business.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 10 (1981): 60-62.   View as PDF

Wermuth, Thomas S. “Rural Elites in the Commercial Development of New York, 1780-1840.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 71-80.   View as PDF

Wessel, Joyce E. “Baltimore's Dairy Industry and the Fight for Pure Milk, 1900-1920.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 150-57.   View as PDF

Whisler, Tim. “The British Motor Industry and the Government, 1944-52: A Reappraisal.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 1 (Fall 1996): 196-205.   View as PDF

White, Eugene N. “Banking Innovation in the 1920s: The Growth of National Banks' Financial Services.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 92-104.   View as PDF

White, Roger S. “Evolution of the Legal Framework for Government Regulation of Commercial Banking.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 83-95.   View as PDF

White, W. Thomas. “Opportunities for Research in the James J. Hill Papers.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 192-96.   View as PDF

Wiebe, Robert. “The Uses of Government, 1900-1935.” The Business History Conference, 1962: America as a Business Civilization (Michigan State University, 1962): 51-61.   View as PDF

Wilkins, Mira. “Crosscurrents: American Investments in Europe, European Investments in the United States.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 22-35.   View as PDF

_____. “Foreign Banks and Foreign Investment in the United States.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 14 (1985): 27-34.   View as PDF

_____. “In Memoriam: Vincent P. Carosso.” Business and Economic History 22, no. 2 (Winter 1993): i-iii.   View as PDF

_____. “Thinking Big, Thinking Small, but Thinking Internationally: Some Ruminations on the History of Business and Business History in the Twentieth Century.” Business and Economic History 25, no. 2 (Winter 1996): 119-30.   View as PDF

Williams, Richmond D. “Business Archives in the United States.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 8 (1979): 40-48.   View as PDF

Williamson, Harold F. “"Business History on the History-Economic History-Economics Spectrum: Collision, Consensus, or Co-operation?" Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (University of Western Ontario, 1967): 74-75.   View as PDF

_____. “Introduction to Dissertation Session.” Papers of the Sixteenth Business History Conference (University of Nebraska, 1969), 146.   View as PDF

Williamson, Oliver E. “Emergence of the Visible Hand: Implications for Industrial Organization," in Managerial Hierarchies, ed. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr., and Herman Daems (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1980), 182-202. [digital text not available from this site]

_____. “Microanalytic Business History.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 106-15.   View as PDF

Wilson, Jack W., Robert L. Clark, and Lee A. Craig. “Managing a Pension Portfolio in the Nineteenth Century: The U.S. Navy Pension Fund, 1800-1840.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 1 (Fall 1999): 93-104.   View as PDF

Winch, Julie. “ ‘You Know I Am a Man of Business’: James Forten and the Factor of Race in Philadelphia's Antebellum Business Community.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 213-28.   View as PDF

Winship, Marion Nelson. “Enterprise in Motion in the Early American Republic: The Federal Government and the Making of Thomas Worthington.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 81-91.   View as PDF

Wokeck, Marianne. “Cultural Persistence and Adaptation: The Germans of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1729-76.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 7 (1978): 113-27.   View as PDF

Woodman, Harold D. “Discussion of Roy and Uselding.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1973), 2d ser., 2 (Texas Christian University, 1973): 265-77.   View as PDF

Wootten, Charles W., and Christie L. Roszkowski. “Legal Aspects of Corporate Governance in Early American Railroads.” Business and Economic History 28, no. 2 (Winter 1999): 325-36.   View as PDF

_____, and Wanda G. Spruill. “The Role of Women in Major Public Accounting Firms in the United States during World War II.” Business and Economic History 23, no. 1 (Fall 1994): 241-52.   View as PDF

Worthy, James C. “An Entrepreneurial Approach to Social Problem-Solving: William C. Norris and Control Data Corporation.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 124-32.   View as PDF

_____. “Sears Roebuck: General Robert E. Wood's Retail Strategy.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 9 (1980): 61-73.   View as PDF

Wrege, Charles D., and Ronald G. Greenwood. “Frederick W. Taylor and Industrial Espionage: 1895-1897.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 183-93.   View as PDF

_____. “Mary B. Gilson—A Historical Study of the Neglected Accomplishments of a Woman Who Pioneered in Personnel Management.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 11 (1982): 35-42.   View as PDF

_____. “William E. Sawyer and the Rise and Fall of America's First Incandescent Light Company, 1878-1881.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 13 (1984): 31-48.   View as PDF

_____, and Sakae Hata. “The International Management Institute and Political Opposition to Its Efforts in Europe, 1925-1934.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 16 (1987): 249-65.   View as PDF

Wren, Daniel A., and David D. Van Fleet. “History in Schools of Business.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 12 (1983): 29-35.   View as PDF

Wright, Miriam. “Frozen Fish Companies, the State, and Fisheries Development in Newfoundland, 1940-1966.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 727-37.   View as PDF



Yamamura, Kozo. “Financing of Meiji Industrial Firms, 1868-1912: A Preliminary Report.” Papers of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference (Indiana University, 1968), 35-41.   View as PDF

Yasuoka, Shigeaki. “The Social Background of Zaibatsu in Japan.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 84-90.   View as PDF

Yates, JoAnne. “Application Software for Insurance in the 1960s and Early 1970s.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 123-34.   View as PDF

_____. “For the Record: The Embodiment of Organizational Memory, 1850-1920.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 19 (1990): 172-82.   View as PDF

_____. “Information Systems for Handling Manufacturing and Marketing Data inAmerican Firms, 1880-1920.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 18 (1989): 207-17.   View as PDF

_____. “Information Technology and Business Process in the 20th-Century Insurance Industry.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 317-25.   View as PDF

_____. “The Telegraph's Effect on Nineteenth-Century Markets and Firms.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 15 (1986): 149-63.   View as PDF

_____. “Using Giddens' Structuration Theory to Inform Business History.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 1 (Fall 1997): 159-83.   View as PDF

Young, James Harvey. “Food and Drug Enforcers in the 1920s: Restraining and Educating Business.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 21 (1992): 119-28.   View as PDF

Yui, Tsunehiko. “Development, Organization, and International Competitiveness of Industrial Enterprises in Japan, 1880-1915.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 17 (1988): 31-48.   View as PDF



Zabler, Jeffrey F.. “Another Look at Industry and Agricultural Wage Differentials, 1800-1830.” Proceedings of the Business History Conference (1972), 2d ser., 1 (Indiana University, 1973): 98-110.   View as PDF

Zeiler, Thomas W. “GATT Fifty Years Ago: U.S. Trade Policy and Imperial Tariff Preferences.” Business and Economic History 26, no. 2 (Winter 1997): 709-17.   View as PDF

Zeitlin, Jonathan. “Americanization and Its Limits: Theory and Practice in the Reconstruction of Britain's Engineering Industries, 1945-55.” Business and Economic History 24, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 277-86.   View as PDF

Zimmerman, V. K. “Import-Export Activities of Italy, ca. 1400: Some Economic and Accounting Considerations.” Business and Economic History, 2d ser., 6 (1977): 99-105.   View as PDF