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Volume 26, 1997
No. 2 Winter
Edited by William J. Hausman



Front Matter   View as PDF

Business History and Beyond
1997 Presidential Address
Mansel G. Blackford   View as PDF

Dissertation Session
Of Business Biography, Media Romance, and Corporate Family Drama
Eric Guthey
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Wine, Work, and Wealth: Class Relations and Modernization in the Champagne Wine Industry, 1970-1914
Kolleen M. Guy
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The Electric Car and the Burden of History: Studies in Automotive Systems Rivalry in America, 1890-1996
David A. Kirsch
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The Myth of the Corporate Economy: Factor Costs, Industrial Structure, and Technological Choice in the Lancashire and New England Cotton Industries, 1900-1913
Timothy Leunig
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Railroads and the Brazilian Economy before 1914
William R. Summerhill
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The Finance and Growth of the Lancashire Cotton Textile Industry, 1870-1914
J. S. Toms
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Dissertation Session Comments
Ann M. Carlos
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Dissertation Session Comments
Steven Tolliday
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Peterstal and Wistarburg: The Transfer and Adaptation of Business Strategies in Eighteenth-Century American Glassmaking
Rosalind J. Beiler
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Demand Has Shape: Exports, Entrepreneurs, and the Eighteenth-Century Economy
John Smail
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Developing Expertise: Two Episodes in Early Nineteenth Century U.S. Management Accounting History
Richard K. Fleischman
and Thomas N. Tyson   View as PDF

Banks, Economics, and Power during the Second Reign: The Sociedade Bancária Mauá, MacGregor & Cia, 1854-1866
Carlos Gabriel Guimarães
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Retailing in the Countryside: Upper Canadian General Stores in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Douglas McCalla
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An Economic and Business History of Worksharing: The Bell Canada and Volkswagen Experiences
Michael Huberman
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The Rise and Fall of Government Telegraphy in Britain
C. R. Perry
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Taking the Water-Cure: The Hydropathic Movement in Scotland, 1840-1940
James Bradley, Margaret Dupree
, and Alastair Durie   View as PDF

British and European Insurance Enterprise in American Markets, 1850-1914
Robin Pearson
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British Cost and Management Accounting Theory and Practice, c.1850-c.1950: Resolved and Unresolved Issues
Trevor Boyns
and John Richard Edwards   View as PDF

Bank Securities Holdings and Industrial Finance before World War I: Britain and Germany Compared
Caroline Fohlin
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Amalgamation or Trust: Anglo-Scottish and American Comparative Legal Institutions and How They Shaped the Nations' Whiskey Industries, 1870-1900
Peter Caldwell
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Engineering Dreams into Disaster: History of the Tay Bridge
Marion K. Pinsdorf
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Drowning Her Sorrows: Widowhood and Entrepreneurship in the Champagne Industry
Kolleen M. Guy
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British Investment in the American Mining Frontier
Roger Burt
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J. & P. Coats as a Multinational before 1914
Dong-Woon Kim
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Electrical Imperialism or Multinational Cooperation? The Role of Big Business in Supplying Light and Power to St. Petersburg before 1917
Timo Myllyntaus
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British Finance, Scottish Brokers, and Colonial Development: John Macfarlane Ritchie and the National Mortgage & Agency Company of New Zealand, 1877-1912
Jim McAloon
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Rethinking the Paternalist Paradigm in Japanese Industrial Management
William M. Tsutsui
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The Committee of Fourteen and Saloon Reform in New York City, 1905-1920
Mara L. Keire
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Managerial Conflict and Resistance: The Distinct Corporate Cultures of DuPont and Sun Oil
Christiane Diehl-Taylor
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Competitive Advantage and Foreign Direct Investment: Britain, 1913-1938
T. A. B. Corley
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The Business of Alcohol in the US and the UK: UK Regulation and Drinking Habits, 1914-39
Terence R. Gourvish
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More Peculiarities of the British: Budgetary Control in U.S. and UK Business to 1939
John M. Quail
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Inter-War Changes in Gasoline Distribution: A U.S.-U.K. Comparison
Donald F. Dixon
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Models of Control in Italian Capitalism from the Mixed Bank to Mediobanca, 1894-1993
Luciano Segreto
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When Organizations Collide: The Case of Physicians and Hospitals in the United States
Deborah A. Savage
and Paul L. Robertson   View as PDF

Creating, Transmitting, and Transforming a Corporate Culture in a Public Sector Enterprise: The General Post Office, 1920-1990
John Griffiths
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Thunder from Arosa: Karl Kimmich and the Reconstruction of the Stollwerck Company
Gerald D. Feldman
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Competition between Private and Public Enterprise in Spain, 1939-1959: An Alternative View
Antonio Gómez-Mendoza
and Elena San-Román   View as PDF

GATT Fifty Years Ago: U.S. Trade Policy and Imperial Tariff Preferences
Thomas W. Zeiler
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"Show Business in the Living Room": Management Expectations for American Television, 1947-56
James L. Baughman
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Frozen Fish Companies, the State, and Fisheries Development in Newfoundland, 1940-1966
Miriam Wright
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Collusion and Competition: The Electrical Engineering Industry in the United Kingdom and West Germany between 1945 and the Late 1960s
Josef Reindl
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Britain's "Manifest Industrial Destiny": The Culture of High Technology and Industrial Performance in the Twentieth Century
M. W. Kirby
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Britain's Most Dynamic Sector? Competitive Advantage in Multiple Food Retailing
Carlo Morelli
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Technological Change, Competitive Advantage, and Corporate Response in the 20th-Century European Shipping Industry: The Case of the Ahlers Shipping Company, 1960-1980
Reba Carruth
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Deregulation and Professional Boundaries: Evidence from the English Legal Profession
James H. Love
and Frank H. Stephen   View as PDF

American Entertainment in the 1990s
James P. Kraft
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Entrepreneurial Networks in International Business
Mark Casson
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