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First Series:
  v. 1, 1962
  v. 2, 1965
  v. 3, 1967
  v. 4, 1968
  v. 5, 1969
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  v. 1, 1972
  v. 2, 1973
  v. 3, 1974
  v. 4, 1975
  v. 5, 1976
  v. 6, 1977
  v. 7, 1978
  v. 8, 1979
  v. 9, 1980
  v. 10, 1981
  v. 11, 1982
  v. 12, 1983
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  v. 14, 1985
  v. 15, 1986
  v. 16, 1987
  v. 17, 1988
  v. 18, 1989
  v. 19, 1990
  v. 20, 1991
  v. 21, 1992
  v. 22, no. 1, 1993
  v. 22, no. 2, 1993
  v. 23, no. 1, 1994
  v. 23, no. 2, 1994
  v. 24, no. 1, 1995
  v. 24, no. 2, 1995
  v. 25, no. 1, 1996
  v. 25, no. 2, 1996
  v. 26, no. 1, 1997
  v. 26, no. 2, 1997
  v. 27, no. 1, 1998
  v. 27, no. 2, 1998
  v. 28, no. 1, 1999
  v. 28, no. 2, 1999

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Volume 28, 1999
No. 1 Fall
Edited by Roger Horowitz



Front Matter   View as PDF

Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence in the Weaving of Business and Economic History: Western River Steamboats and the Transportation Revolution Revisited
1999 Presidential Address
Jeremy Atack   View as PDF

Dissertation Session
Introducing Otto H. Kahn
Theresa M. Collins
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Caps and Gowns: Historical Reflections on the Institutions That Shaped Learning for and at Work in Germany and the United States, 1800-1945
Hal Hansen
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Fueling the Fires of Genius: Women's Inventive Activities in American War Eras
Lisa A. Marovich
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Networks and the Diffusion of Knowledge: The Norwegian Industry Committee in New York during the Second World War
Rolv Petter Amdam
and Ove Bjarnar   View as PDF

Selling Consultancy Services: The Portuguese Case in Historical and Comparative Perspective
Celeste Amorim
and Matthias Kipping   View as PDF

The Internalisation of Locomotive Building by Britain's Railway Companies during the Nineteenth Century
David Boughey
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The Business Morals of British Railway Companies in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
Geoffrey Channon
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Cleanliness Next to Godliness: Christians in the Victorian Starch Industry
Roy Church
and Christine Clark   View as PDF

Managing a Pension Portfolio in the Nineteenth Century: The U.S. Navy Pension Fund, 1800-1840
Robert L. Clark, Lee A. Craig,
and Jack W. Wilson   View as PDF

David R. Coker, Pedigreed Seeds, and the Limits of Agribusiness in Early-Twentieth-Century South Carolina
Peter A. Coclanis
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Creating the Commons: Establishing a Civic Space for a New Form of Communications
Jonathan Coopersmith
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Demirbank: The History of a Small Commercial Turkish Bank
Nevin Cosar
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John Hay's Revenge: Anti-Labor Novels, 1880-1905
Scott Dalrymple
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From "Wild Animal Stores" to Women's Sphere: Supermarkets and the Politics of Mass Consumption, 1930-1950
Tracey Deutsch
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Changing Concepts of the Virtue of Merchants in Seventeenth-Century England
Donald F. Dixon
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Employment Relations and Industrial Welfare in Britain: Business Ethics versus Labor Markets
Robert Fitzgerald
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The Virtue of Economic Development: Accounting and Reporting for the Illinois Central Railroad, 1851-1861
Dale L. Flesher
and Gary John Previts   View as PDF