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Enterprise & Society
Volume 2 Number 3 September 2001


Editor's Introduction
The Philosophy and Practice of Enterprise & Society
    William J. Hausman

Coming Full Circle: The Study of Big Business since 1950
    Maury Klein

Stars and Stories: How Films Became Branded Products
    Gerben Bakker

Product Development of Branded, Packaged Household Goods in Britain, 1870-1914: Colman's, Reckitt's, and Lever Brothers
    Roy Church and Christine Clark

Multilateral Contracting in Australian Mining: The Development of Hamersley Iron, 1961-1966
    Gordon Boyce


Israel M. Kirzner. The Driving Force of the Market: Essays in Austrian Economics; David Colander, ed. Complexity and the History of Economic Thought
    Reviewed by Ben Fine

Karen Tranberg Hansen. Salaula: The World of Secondhand Clothing and Zambia
    Reviewed by Susan Strasser

Ronie Garcia-Johnson. Exporting Environmentalism: U.S. Multinational Chemical Corporations in Brazil and Mexico
    Reviewed by Darwin H. Stapleton

Lynda S. Bell. One Industry, Two Chinas: Silk Filatures and Peasant-Family Production in Wuxi County, 1896-1937
    Reviewed by David Pollard

Sherman Cochran. Encountering Chinese Networks: Western, Japanese, and Chinese Corporations in China, 1880-1937
    Reviewed by Mira Wilkins

Andrea Finkelstein. Harmony and the Balance: An Intellectual History of Seventeenth-Century English Economic Thought
    Reviewed by Edwin J. Perkins

Keith Wrightson. Earthly Necessities: Economic Lives in Early Modern Britain
    Reviewed by John Smail

Luca Molà. The Silk Industry of Renaissance Venice; Luca Molà, Reinhold C. Mueller, and Claudio Zanier, eds. Dal baco a; drappo: La seta in Italia dal Medioevo al Seicento
    Reviewed by Daryl M. Hafter

Susan J. Terrio. Crafting the Culture and History of French Chocolate
    Reviewed by Sydney Watts

Jean-Louis Barsoux. INSEAD: From Intuition to Institution
    Reviewed by John F. Wilson

Wolfgang König. Geschichte der Konsumgesellschaft
    Reviewed by Werner Bührer

James P. Hawley and Andrew T. Williams. The Rise of Fiduciary Capitalism: How Institutional Investors Can Make Corporate America More Democratic
    Reviewed by Dale L. Flesher

Robert M. Collins. More: The Politics of Economic Growth in Postwar America
    Reviewed by Judith Stein

Agatha C. Hughes and Thomas P. Hughes, eds. Systems, Experts, and Computers: The Systems Approach in Management and Engineering, World War II and After; Miriam R. Levin, ed. Cultures of Control
    Reviewed by Michael N. Geselowitz

Nancy A. Walker. Shaping Our Mothers' World: American Women's Magazines
    Reviewed by Sarah Leavitt

David A. Kirsch. The Electric Vehicle and the Burden of History
    Reviewed by Thomas Zeiler

Alison J. Clarke. Tupperware: The Promise of Plastic in 1950s America
    Reviewed by Marc R. Sykes

Margaret Walsh. Making Connections: The Long-Distance Bus Industry in the USA
    Reviewed by Jan Davidson

Kathleen P. Chamberlain. Under Sacred Ground: A History of Navajo Oil, 1922-1982
    Reviewed by William R. Childs

Jeffery M. Dorwart. The Philadelphia Navy Yard: From the Birth of the U.S. Navy to the Nuclear Age
    Reviewed by Thomas Heinrich

Martin Kenney, ed. Understanding Silicon Valley: The Anatomy of an Entrepreneurial Region; Chong-Moon Lee, et al., eds. The Silicon Valley Edge: A Habitat for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Reviewed by Glenn Bugos

David Blanke. Sowing the American Dream: How Consumer Culture Took Root in the Rural Midwest; Ronald R. Kline. Consumers in the Country: Technology and Social Change in Rural America
    Reviewed by Amy Bix

Wilson J. Warren. Struggling with "Iowa's Pride": Labor Relations, Unionism, and Politics in the Rural Midwest since 1877; Dennis A. Deslippe. "Rights, Not Roses": Unions and the Rise of Working-Class Feminism, 1945-80
    Reviewed by Peter Rachleff


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