Business History
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Business History 1, 1958/59
T.S. ASHTON, Business History [Editorial], in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 1
E. ROBINSON, The International Exchange of Men and Machines, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 3
Theo BARKER, Business History and the Businessman, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 16
R.H. CAMPBELL, The Financing of Carron Company, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 21
R.O. ROBERTS, The Operations of the Brecon Old Bank of Wilkins & Co., 1778-1890, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 35
Barry E. SUPPLE, American Business History: A Survey [Survey Article], in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 63
   Book Reviews, p.
W.J. READER, The United Kingdom Soapmakers' Association and the English Soap Trade, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 77
W.O. HENDERSON, The Rise of the Berlin Silk and Porcelain Industries, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 84
A. BEACHAM, Edwards and Townsend on Business Enterprise, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 99
E. HALFPENNY, 'Pickfords': Expansion and Crisis in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 115
G. HAMPSON, Business Records in the Liverpool Record Office, in: Business History 1, 1958/59, p. 126
   Book Reviews, p.


Business History 2, 1959/60
G.H. EVANS, Economists, Economic Historians and Business Enterprise, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 1
S.G. CHECKLAND, Corn for South Lancashire and Beyond, 1780-1800, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 4
M.W. FLINN, The Lloyds in the Early English Iron Industry, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 21
L.J. WILLIAMS, A Carmarthenshire Ironmaster and the Seven Years' War, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 32
   Book Reviews, p.
W.J. JONES, Elizabethan Marine Insurance: The Judicial Undergrowth, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 53
B.L.C. JOHNSON, The Midland Iron Industry in the Early Eighteenth Century, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 67
Olga CRISP, French Investment in Russian Joint-Stock Companies, 1894-1914, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 75
L.S. PRESSNELL, Family Bankers, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 91
N.J. CUNNINGHAM, Industrial Innovation, in: Business History 2, 1959/60, p. 97
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 3, 1960/61
J.E. MERRITT, The Triangular Trade, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 1
A.E. MUSSON, An Early Engineering Firm, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 8
S.B. SAUL, The American Impact upon British Industry, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 19
G. CLAYTON, Central Banking between the Wars, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 39
R. Sharpe FRANCE, Business Records in the Lancashire Record Office, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 44
   Book Reviews, p.
W.O. HENDERSON, The Rise of the Metal and Armament Industries in Berlin and Brandenburg, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 63
Peter L. PAYNE, The Govan Collieries, 1804-1805, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 75
Derek H. ALDCROFT, Port Congestion and the Shipping Boom of 1919-1920, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 97
P.W. KINGSFORD, The Lanchester Engine Company Ltd., 1899-1904, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 107
E. Gwynne JONES, Business Records in the Library of the University College of North Wales, Bangor, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 114
Business Archives Council, Business Records: The Archives Department of Plymouth City Library, in: Business History 3, 1960/61, p. 119
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 4, 1961/62
Fredrick J. GLOVER, The Rise of the Heavy Woollen Trade of the West Riding of Yorkshire in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 1
R.H. CAMPBELL, Early Malleable Iron Production in Scotland, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 22
Roland SMITH, An Oldham Limited Liability Company, 1875-1896, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 34
D.L. MCLACHLAN, The Conference System since 1919, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 54
   Book Reviews, p.
Barry E. SUPPLE, The Uses of Business History, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 81
Joyce M. BELLAMY, Cotton Manufacture in Kingston upon Hull, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 91
Barbara M. SMITH, Patents for Invention: The National and Local Picture, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 109
Roy CHURCH, An Aspect of Family Enterprise in the Industrial Revolution, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 120
Peter L. PAYNE, Select List of Business Histories, in: Business History 4, 1961/62, p. 139
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 5, 1962/63
Francis E. HYDE, Economic Theory and Business History, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 1
Peter L. PAYNE, The Uses of Business History, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 11
S.B. SAUL, The Motor Industry in Britain to 1914, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 22
Esra BENNATHAN, German National Income, 1850-1960, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 45
A.K. CAIRNCROSS, The British Economy, 1850-60, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 54
   Book Reviews, p.
J.R. HARRIS; R.O. ROBERTS, Eighteenth-Century Monopoly: The Cornish Metal Company Agreements, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 69
Janet BLACKMAN, The Food Supply of an Industrial Town, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 83
J. BURNETT, The Baking Industry in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 98
B.L. CRAPSTER, The London Sunday Advertiser, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 109
D.W.F. HARDIE, The Emergence of the German Dye Industry, in: Business History 5, 1962/63, p. 118
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 6, 1963/64
Donald F. DIXON, Petrol Distribution in the United Kingdom, 1900-1950, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 1
Francis E. HYDE, The Business of Shipping, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 20
Joyce M. BELLAMY, A Hull Shipbuilding Firm, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 27
Barry E. SUPPLE, The Great Capitalist Movement, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 48
   Book Reviews, p.
W.H. CHALONER, Hazards of Trade with France in Time of War, 1776-1783, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 79
G.B. SUTTON, The Marketing of Ready-Made Footwear in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 93
Derek H. ALDCROFT, Britain's Internal Airways, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 113
Peter L. PAYNE, Select List of Business Histories, in: Business History 6, 1963/64, p. 134
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 7, 1965
B.W.E. ALFORD, Business Enterprise and the Growth of the Commercial letterpress Printing Industry, 1850-1914, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 1
David S. LANDES, Factor Costs and Demand: Determinants of Economic Growth, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 15
W.E. CHEONG, Trade and Finance in China, 1784-1834, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 34
Harold F. WILLIAMSON, The Uses of Business History, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 57
   Book Reviews, p.
J.M. BASS; H.W. RICHARDSON, The Profitability of Consett Iron Company before 1914, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 71
R.S. NEALE, An Equitable Trust in the Building Industry in 1794, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 94
Stanley CHAPMAN, The Pioneers of Worsted Spinning by Power, in: Business History 7, 1965, p. 97
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 8, 1966
Fritz REDLICH, Some English Stationers of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: In the Light of their Autobiographies, Part I, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 1
Richard GRAHAM, A British Industry in Brazil: Rio Flour Mills, 1886-1820, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 13
Asa BRIGGS, Trade Union History and Labour History, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 39
A.W. SLATER, A London Firm of Still-Makers, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 48
   Book Reviews, p.
James M. LAUX, Rochet-Schneider and the French Motor Industry to 1914, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 77
Fritz REDLICH, Some English Stationers of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: In the Light of their Autobiographies, Part II, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 86
David M. WILLIAMS, Merchanting in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century: The Liverpool Timber Trade, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 103
Derek H. ALDCROFT, Technical Progress and British Enterprise, 1875-1914, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 122
Roy CHURCH, Messrs Gotch & Sons and the Rise of the Kettering Footwear Industry, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 140
Peter L. PAYNE, Select List of Business Histories, in: Business History 8, 1966, p. 150
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 9, 1967
D.F. DIXON, The Growth of Competition among the Standard Oil Companies in the US, 1911-1961, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 1
J.N. BARTLETT, The Mechanization of the Kidderminster Carpet Industry, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 49
R.G. WILSON, The Fortunes of a Leeds Merchant House, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 70
   Book Reviews, p.
Joseph LEE, The Construction Costs of the Irish Railways, 1830-1853, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 95
Janet BLACKMAN, The Development of the Retail Grocery Trade in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 110
H.D. WATTS, Agricultural Industries: The Decline of Small Business, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 118
Derek H. ALDCROFT, Factor Prices and the Rate of Innovation in Britain, 1875-1914, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 126
Barbara M.D. SMITH, The Galtons of Birmingham: Quaker Gun Merchants and Bankers, in: Business History 9, 1967, p. 132
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 10, 1968
T.J. RAYBOULD, Systems of Management and Administration on the Dudley Estates, 1774-1833, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 1
B.W.E. ALFORD, The Flint and Bottle Glass Industry in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 12
S.B. SAUL, The Machine tool Industry in Britain to 1914, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 22
Baron F. DUCKHAM, Railway Steamship Enterprise: The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway's East Coast Fleet, 1904-14, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 44
   Book Reviews, p.
R. GRAVIL, Trading to Spain and Portugal, 1670-1700, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 69
C.H. LEE, Marketing Organization and Policy in the Cotton Trade: M'Connel & Kennedy of Manchester, 1795-1835, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 89
Neil K. BUXTON, The Scottish Shipbuilding Industry between the Wars: A Comparative Study, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 101
F.F. RIDLEY, The Economic Causes of the German Empire, in: Business History 10, 1968, p. 121
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 11, 1969
D.W. THOMS, The Mills Family: London Sugar Merchants of the Eighteenth Century, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 3
B.L. ANDERSON, Provincial Aspects of the Financial Revolution of the Eighteenth Century, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 11
Alex J. ROBERTSON, Robert Owen and the Campbell Debt, 1810-1822, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 23
B.C.G. NOKES, John English of Feckenham, Needle Manufacturer, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 31
J.H. PORTER, Management, Competition and Industrial Relations: The Midland Manufactured Iron Trade, 1873-1914, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 37
   Book Reviews, p.
Stanley CHAPMAN, The Peels in the Early English Cotton Industry, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 61
Peter PRINCE, John Bell and the Universal Advertiser, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 90
P.L. COTTRELL, London Finance and Austria, 1863-1875: The Anglo-Austrian Bank, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 106
R.G. GREENHILL, The State under Pressure: the West Indian Mail Contract, 1905, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 120
L.S. PRESSNELL, Money, Finance and Industrialisation, in: Business History 11, 1969, p. 128
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 12, 1970
C.N. SMITH, Motivation and Ownership: Ownership of the Gensenkirchener Bergwerks AG, in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 1
Roy CHURCH, Labour Supply and Innovation, 1800-1860: The Boot and Shoe Industry, in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 25
T.R. GOURVISH, Captain Mark Huish: A Pioneer in the Development of Railway Management, in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 46
J. SAVILLE, The Development of British Industry and Foreign Competition, 1875-1914 [Review Article], in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 59
   Book Reviews, p.
B.L. ANDERSON, Money and the Structure of Credit in the Eighteenth Century, in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 85
D.S. MACMILLAN, The Transfer of Company Control from Scotland to London in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 102
Alex J. ROBERTSON, The Decline of the Scottish Cotton Industry, 1860-1914, in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 116
J.R. HARRIS, Industrial Archaeology and its Future [Review Article], in: Business History 12, 1970, p. 129
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 13, 1971
Kathleen DONALDSON; B. LENMAN, Partners' Incomes, Investments and Diversification in the Scottish Linen Area, 1850-1921, in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 1
R.G. SCHAFER, Genesis and Structure of the Foley 'Ironworks in Partnershi' of 1692, in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 19
R.J. IRVING, British Railway Investment and Innovation, 1900-1914, in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 39
J.H. PORTER, The Development of a Provincial Department Store, 1870-1939, in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 64
   Book Reviews, p.
W.E. CHEONG, The Beginnings of Credit Finance on the China Coast: The Canton Financial Crisis of 1812-1815, in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 87
R.B. SHERIDAN, Planters and Merchants: The Oliver Family of Antigua and London, 1716-1884, in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 104
Sheila MARRINER, Economic Growth of Australia [Review Article], in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 114
S. ENGERMAN, Railways and Economic Growth in England and Wales, 1840-1870: A New Approach to English Railways History [Review Article], in: Business History 13, 1971, p. 124
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 14, 1972
K.A. TUCKER, Business History: Some Proposals for Aims and Methodology, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 1
A.E. MUSSON, The 'Manchester School' and Exportation of Machinery, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 17
M.A. UTTON, Some Features of the Early Merger Movements in British Manufacturing Industry, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 51
J.C. LOGAN, The Dumbarton Glass Works Company: A Study in Entrepreneurship, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 61
   Book Reviews, p.
A.M. BOURN; P.N. DAVIES, Lord Kylsant and the Royal Mail, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 103
Roger BURT, The London Mining Exchange, 1850-1900, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 124
Michael COLLINS, The Bank of England at Loverpool, 1827-1844, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 144
D.A. CHATTERTON, State Control of Public Utilities in the Nineteenth Century: The London Gas Industry, in: Business History 14, 1972, p. 166
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 15, 1973
G. HAMMERSLEY, Technique or Economy? The Rise and Decline of the Early English Copper Industry, c. 1550-1650, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 1
B.A. HOLDERNESS, A Sheffield Commercial House in the Mid-Eighteenth Century, Messrs Osborne and Gunning around 1760, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 32
H.E. BERGQUIST, Jr., The Boston Manufacturing Company and Anglo-American Relations, 1807-1820, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 45
W.E. CHEONG, China Houses and the Bank of England Crisis of 1825, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 56
   Book Reviews, p.
I.S.W. BLANCHARD, Seignurial Entrepreneurship: The Bishops of Durham and the Weardale Lead Industry, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 97
R.B. WALKER, Advertising in London Newspapers, 1650-1750, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 112
A.J. LEE, The Management of a Victorian Local Newspaper: The Manchester City News, 1864-1900, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 131
Jennifer TANN, Fuel Saving in the Process Industries during the Industrial Revolution: A Study in Technological Diffusion, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 149
M.W. KIRBY, Government Intervention in Industrial Organisation: Coal Mining in the Nineteen Thirties, in: Business History 15, 1973, p. 160
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 16, 1974
John KILLICK, Risk, Specialisation and Profit in the Mercantile Sector of the Nineteenth-Century Cotton Trade: Alexander Brown and Sons, 1820-80, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 1
Delores GREENBERG, Yankee Financiers and the Establishment of Transatlantic Partnerships: A Re-examination, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 17
Paul L. ROBERTSON, Shipping and Shipbuilding: The Case of William Denny and Brothers, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 36
Edwin J. PERKINS, Managing a Dollar-Sterling Exchange Account: Brown Shipley and Co. in the 1850s, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 48
Leslie HANNAH, Takeover Bids in Britain before 1950: An Exercise in Business 'Prehistory', in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 65
K. MATTHEWS, Crew Lists, Agreements and Official Logs of the British Empire, 1863-1913, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 78
   Book Reviews, p.
J.M. TREADWELL, William Wood and the Company of Ironmasters of Great Britain, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 97
T.M. DEVINE, Sources of Capital for the Glasgow Tobacco Trade, c. 1740-1780, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 113
Richard I. LESTER, An Aspect of Confederate Finance During the Americal Civil War: The Erlanger Loan and the Plan of 1864, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 130
M.W. KIRBY, The Lancashire Cotton Industry in the Inter-War Years: A Study in Organizational Change, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 145
David E. PITFIELD, Regional Economic Policy and the Long-Run: Innovation and Location in the Iron and Steel Industry, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 160
Derek J. ODDY, Ealing Business History Seminar: Accounting in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 16, 1974, p. 175
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 17, 1975
Peter MATHIAS, Business History and Management Education, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 3
A.M. BOURN, Business History and Management Education, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 17
Graeme HOLMES; Henri RUFF, The Perils of Entrepreneurial History, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 26
J.S. KEPLER, The Operating Potential of London Marine Insurance in the 1570s: 'A Booke of Orders of Assurances withing the Royall Exchange', in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 44
Richard W. UNGER, Technology and Industrial Organisation: Dutch Shipbuilding to 1800, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 56
Carole SHAMMAS, The 'Invisible Merchant' and the Property Rights: The Misadventures of an Elizabethan Joint Stock Company, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 95
   Book Reviews, p.
A.E. MUSSON, Joseph Whitworth and the Growth of Mass-Production Engineering, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 109
R.J. IRVING, New Industries for Old? Some Investment Decisions of Sir W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. Ltd., 1900-14, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 150
S.G. CHECKLAND, The Entrepreneur and the Social Order: The Japan Business Society Conference, 6-9 January 1975, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 176
T. RATH, Business Records in the Public Record Office in the Age of the Industrial Revolution, in: Business History 17, 1975, p. 189
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 18, 1976
Sidney POLLARD; Robert TURNER, profit Charing and Autocracy: The Case of J.T. and J. Taylor of Batley, Woollen Manufacturers, 1892-1966, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 4
S.R.H. JONES, Hall, English & Co., 1813-41: A Study of Entrepreneurial Response in the Gloucester Pin Industry, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 35
Barrie M. RATCLIFFE, Railway Imperialism: The Example of the Pereires' Paris-Saint-Germain Company, 1835-46, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 66
B.K. DRAKE, Continuity and Flexibility in Liverpool's Trade with Africa and the Caribbean, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 85
Rosalie SILVERSTONE, Office Work for Woemen: An Historical Review, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 98
   Book Reviews, p.
Roberta A. DAYER, Strange Bedfellows:; J.P. Morgan & Co., Whitehall and the Wilson Administration during World War I, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 127
Sheila MARRINER, Cash and Concrete: Liquidity Problems in the Mass-Production of 'Homes for Heroes', in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 152
P.J. CAIN, Railways and Price Discrimination: The Case of Agriculture, 1800-1914, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 190
R. BEAN; D.A. PEEL, Business Activity, Labour Organisation and Industrial Disputes in the UK, 1892-1938, in: Business History 18, 1976, p. 205
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 19, 1977
P.N. DAVIES, The Impact of the Expatriate Shipping Lines on the Economic Development of British West Africa, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 3
G.D. TUCKER, The Slate Islands of Scotland: The History of the Scottish Slate Industry, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 18
Mary B. ROSE, The Role of the Family in Providing Capital and Managerial Talent in Samuel Greg &, Company, 1784-1840, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 37
J.V. BECKETT, The Eighteenth-Century Origins of the Factory System: A Case Study from the 1740s, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 55
G.F.R. SPENCELEY, The English Pillow Lace Industry, 1840-80: A Rural Industry in Competition with Machinery, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 68
   Book Reviews, p.
B.W.E. ALFORD, Entrepreneurship, Business Performance and Industrial Development, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 116
Malcolm FALKUS, The Development of Municipal Trading in the Nineeteenth Century, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 134
Peter L. PAYNE, Rationality and Personality: A Study of Mergers in the Scottish Iron and Steel Industry, 1916-1936, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 162
A. SLAVEN, A Shipyard in Depression: John Browns of Clydebank, 1919-38, in: Business History 19, 1977, p. 192
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 20, 1978
J.R. WARD, Speculative Building at Bristol and Clifton, 1783-1793, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 3
Vera Blinn REBER, Speculation and Commerce in Buenos Aires: The Hugh Dallas House, 1816-1822, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 19
Richard L. KING, The Book Collections of the New York and San Francisco Mercantile Libraries, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 37
Peter FEARON, The Vicissitudes of a British Aircraft Company: Handley Page Ltd. between the Wars, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 63
P.J. CAIN, The British Railway Rates Problem, 1894-1913, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 87
D.P. LAMB, Re-landing and Trans-shipping of Slaves by British Vessels in the 1790s: A Note, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 100
   Book Reviews, p.
Gareth G. JONES, The Oil-Fuel Market in Britain: A Lost Cause Revisited, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 131
Ranald C. MICHIE, The Transfer of Shares in Scotland, 1700-1820, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 153
Stuart JONES, The Cotton Industry and Joint-Stock Banking in Manchester, 1825-1850, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 165
T.R. GOURVISH, The Performance of British Railway Management after 1860: The Railways of Watkin and Forbes, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 186
R.H. CAMPBELL, The North British Locomotive Company between the Wars, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 201
Michael TURNER, There is No Future for Business History, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 235
Michael COOK, The Cunard Archives at Liverpool, in: Business History 20, 1978, p. 240
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 21, 1979
Charles E. HARVEY, Business History and the Problem of Entrepreneurship: The Case of the Rio Tinto Company, 1873-1939, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 3
Sheila MARRINER, Sir Alfred Mond's Octopus: A Nationalised House Building Business, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 23
Eric RICHARDS, An Anatomy of the Sutherland Fortune: Income, Consumption, Investments and Returns, 1780-1880, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 45
Mary B. ROSE, Diversification of Investment by the Greg Family, 1800-1914, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 79
D.A. FARNIE, Anm Index of Commercial Activity: The Membership of the Manchester Royal Exchange, 1809-1948, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 97
A.J. COOKE, Robert Owen and the Stanley Mills, 1802-1811, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 107
   Book Reviews, p.
Saul ENGELBOURG, The Economic Impact of the Civil War on Manufacturing Enterprise, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 148
Joseph MELLING, Industrial Strife and Business Welfare Philosophy: The Case of the South Metropolitan Gas Company from the 1880s to the War, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 163
Howard F. GOSPEL, Employers' Labour Policy: A Study of the Mond-Turner Talks, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 180
A.L. MINKES; D.G. TUCKER, J.A. Crabtree: A Pioneer of Business Management, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 198
R. PERREN, Oligopoly and Competition: Price Fixing and Market Sharing among Timber Firms in Northern Scotland, 1890-1939, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 213
Richard G. RODGER, Speculative Builders and the Structure of the Scottish Building Industry, 1860-1914, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 226
Jennifer TANN, Arkwright's Employment of Steam Power: A Note of Some New Evidence, in: Business History 21, 1979, p. 247
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 22, 1980
Robert STEIN, The French Sugar Business in the Eighteenth Century: A Quantitative Study, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 3
Neville J. BARTLETT, Alexander Pirie & Sons of Aberdeen and the Expansion of the British Paper Industry, c. 1860-1914, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 18
Jonathan S. BOSWELL, Hope, Inefficiency or Public Duty? The United Steel Companies and West Cumberland, 1918-39, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 35
C.W. CHALKLIN, Capital Expenditure on Building for Cultural Purposes in Provincial England, 1730-1830, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 51
J.R. FISHER; A. SMITH, International Competition in the Australian Wire Market, 1880-1914, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 71
Alister MCCRAE, The Irrawaddy Flotilla Company, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 87
R. FORMAN; M. TURNER, There is No Future for Business History: A Reply, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 100
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Lewis R. FISCHER; Eric W. SAGER, An Approach to the Quantitative Analysis of British Shipping Records, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 135
Charles A. JONES, Great Capitalists and the Direction of British Overseas Investment in the Late Nineteenth Century: The Case of Argentina, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 152
J.H. TREBLE, The Pattern of Investment of the Standard Life Assurance Company, 1875-1914, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 170
Victor M. BATZEL, Legal Monopoly in Liberal England: The Patent Controversy in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 189
Sheila MARRINER, Company Financial Statements as Source Material for Business Historians, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 203
Richard STOREY, The Confederation of British Industry's Predecessor Archives, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 236
C.E. CHALLIS, Comment, in: Business History 22, 1980, p. 241
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Business History 23, 1981
Gillian BURKE; Peter RICHARDSON, The Decline and Fall of the Cost Book System in the Cornish Tin Mining Industry, 1895-1914, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 4
Charles W. MUNN, Scottish Provincial Banking Companies: An Assessment, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 19
Paul L. ROBERTSON, Employers and Engineering Education in Britain and the United States, 1890-1914, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 42
J.J. MASON, A Manufacturing and Bleaching Enterprise during the Industrial Revolution: The Sykeses of Edgeley, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 59
D.A. FARNIE, Platt Bros. & Co. Ldt. of Oldham, Manchinemakers to Lancashire and to the World: An Index of Production of Cotton Spinning Spindles, 1880-1914, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 84
Marcus ARKIN, Entrepreneurship and the English East India Company: A Review Article, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 91
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M. MILES, The Money Market in the Early Industrial Revolution: The Evidence from West Riding Attorneys, c. 1750-1800, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 127
Ranald C. MICHIE, Options, Concessions, Syndicates and the Provision of Venture Capital, 1880-1913, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 147
A.E. HARRISON, Joint-Stock Company Flotation in the Cycle, Motor-Vehicle and Related Industries, 1882-1914, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 165
James FOREMAN-PECK, Exit, Voice and Loyalty as Responses to Decline: The Rover Company in the Inter-War Years, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 191
P.N. DAVIES, Business Success and the Role of Chance: The Extraordinary Philipps Brothers, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 208
Roger LISTER, Company Financial Statements as Source Material for Business Historians: Observations on the Underlying Conceptual Framework, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 233
David J. JEREMY, Dictionary of Business Biography [Editorial], in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 240
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Theo BARKER, Consular Reports: A Rich but Neglected Historicla Source, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 265
Theo BARKER, Consular Reports of the United Kingdom, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 266
G. KURGAN VAN HENTENRYK, Belgian Consular Reports, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 268
C.A. TAMSE, The Netherlands Consular Service and the Dutch Consular Reports of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 271
A.M. MOLLER, Consular Reports: The Danish Monarchy, 1797-1904, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 276
A. BRODER, French Consular Reports, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 279
D.R. GEHLING, German Consular Reports, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 283
Sakae TSUNOYAMA, Japanese Consular Reports, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 284
Sakae TSUNOYAMA, The Early History of Japanese-Australian Trade, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 288
V.I. BOVYKIN; D.W. SPRING; S.J. THOMPSTONE, Russian Consular Reports to 1917, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 291
S. HOGBERG, Consular Reports to the Swedish Board of Trade, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 294
Gerald ARLETTAZ; François JEQUIER, Les rapports consulaires de la Confederation Suisse, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 298
R.H. WERKING, United States Consular Reports: Evolution and Present Possibilities, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 300
T.C. SMOUT, American Consular Reports on Scotland, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 304
Robert GLEN, Industrial Wayfarers: Benjamin Franklin and a Case of Machine Smuggling in the 1780s, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 309
T.H. CORRAN, James Deady, Henry Meux and the Griffin Brewery: Fraud in an Early Nineteenth-Century Business, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 327
J.A. CANTRELL, James Nasmyth and theBridgewater Foundry: Partners and Partnerships, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 346
J.H. PORTER, Skill and the Struggle for Power at the Workplace: A Review Article, in: Business History 23, 1981, p. 359
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Business History 24, 1982
A.E. HARRISON, F. Hopper and Co.: The Problems of Capital Supply in the Cycle Manufacturing Industry, 1891-1914, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 3
Barbara ENGLISH, On the Eve of the Great Depression: The Economy of the Sledmere Estate, 1869-1878, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 24
R.P. CROWHURST, profitability in Franch Privateering, 1793-1815, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 48
J.G. TIMMINS, Concentration and Integration in the Sheffield Crucible Steel Industry, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 61
D.J. MOSS, The Private Banks of Birmingham, 1800-1827, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 79
S.W. CREIGH, The Origins of British Strike Statistics, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 95
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A.A. LE ROUX; R. LLOYD-JONES, Marshall and the Birth and Death of Firms: The Growth and Size Distribution of Firms in the Early Nineteenth-Century Cotton Industry, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 141
Robert B. PERKS, Real Profit Sharing: William Thomson & Sons of Huddersfield, 1886-1925, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 156
C. MORE, Armaments and Profits: The Case of Fairfield, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 175
Geoffrey JONES, Lombard Street on the Riviera: The British Clearing Banks and Europe, 1900-1960, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 186
W.O. HENDERSON, The Rhenish-Westphalian Business Archives, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 211
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Lorna WEATHERILL, Capital and Credit in the Pottery Industry before 1770, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 243
J.R. EDWARDS; K.M. WEBB, The Influence of Company Law of Corporate Reporting Procedures, 1865-1929: An Exemplification, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 259
Forrest CAPIE; Ghila RODRIK-BALI, Concentration in British Banking, 1870-1920, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 280
Julian MASON, Accounting Records and Business History, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 293
Gary G. BACKLER; Trevor D. HEAVER, The Timing of a Major Investment in Railway Capacity: CPR's 1913 Connaught Tunnel Decision, in: Business History 24, 1982, p. 300
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Business History 25, 1983
M.S. MOSS; J.R. HUME, Business Failure in Scotland, 1893-1913: A Research Note, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 3
W.D. RUBINSTEIN, Entrepreneurial Effort and Entrepreneurial Success: Peak Wealth-Holding in Three Societies, 1850-1939, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 11
Roger BURT; Norikazu KUDO, The Adaptability of the Cornish Cost Book System, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 30
Christine SHAW, The Large Manufacturing Employers of 1907, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 42
Helen JONES, Employers' Welfare Schemes and Industrial Relations in Inter-War Britain, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 61
A.L. LOUGHEED, British Company Formation and the Queensland Mining Industry, 1886-1890, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 76
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Rosemary E. OMMER, 'A Peculiar and Immediate Dependency of the Crown': The Basis of the Jersey Merchant Triangle, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 107
Ranald C. MICHIE, Crisis and Opportunity: The Formation and Operation of the British Assets Trust, 1897-1914, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 125
A.J. MARRISON, Businessmen, Industries and Tariff Reform in Great Britain, 1903-1930, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 148
James FOREMAN-PECK, Diversification and the Growth of the Firm: The Rover Company to 1914, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 179
Gillian BURKE; Peter RICHARDSON, The Adaptability of the Cornish Cost Book System: A Response, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 193
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Geoffrey TWEEDALE, Sheffield Steel and America: Aspects of the Atlantic Migration of Special Steelmaking Technology, 1850-1930, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 225
Linda J. JONES, Public Pursuit of Private Profit? Liberal Businessmen and Municipal Politics in Birmingham, 1865-1900, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 240
R. LLOYD-JONES; M.J. LEWIS, Industrial Structure and Firm Growth: The Sheffield Iron and Steel Industry, 1880-1901, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 260
Martin J. DAUNTON; Nicholas J. MORGAN, Landlords in Glasgow: A Study of 1900, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 264
R.P.T. DAVENPORT-HINES, Vickers' Balkan Conscience: Aspects of Anglo-Romanian Armaments, 1918-39, in: Business History 25, 1983, p. 287
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Business History 26, 1984
David J. JEREMY, Anatomy of the British Business Elite, 1860-1980, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 3
S.R.H. JONES, The Country Trade and the Marketing and Distribution of Birmingham Hardware, 1750-1810, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 24
Michael COLLINS, The Business of Banking: English Bank Balance Sheets, 1840-80, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 43
Geoffrey JONES, Multinational Chocolate: Cadbury Overseas, 1918-39, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 57
Joseph MELLING, Enterprise and Emancipation in Capitalist Industry [Review Article], in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 81
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Shinya SUGIYAMA, Thomas B. Glover: A British Merchant in Japan, 1861-70, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 115
Olive CHECKLAND; Sydney CHECKLAND, British and Japanese Economic Interaction under the Early Meiji: The Takashima Coal Mine, 1868-88, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 139
Peter RICHARDSON, Nobels and the Australian Mining Industry, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 156
Shin'ichi YONEKAWA, University Graduates in Japanese Enterprises before the Second World War, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 193
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D.E.H. EDGERTON, Technical Innovation, Industrial Capacity and Efficiency: Public Ownership and the British Military Aricraft Industry, 1935-48, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 247
John HENDRY, Prolonged Negotiations: The British Fast Computer Project and the Early History of the British Computer Industry, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 280
Mari E.W. WILLIAMS, Choices in Oil Refining: The Case of BP, 1900-60, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 307
Jonathan LIEBENAU, Industrial R & D iun Pharmaceutical Firms in the Early Twentieth Century, in: Business History 26, 1984, p. 329
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Business History 27, 1985
Wayne LEWCHUK, The Return to Capital in the British Motor Vehicle Industry, 1896-1939, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 3
John WILSON, A Strategy of Expansion and Combination: Dick, Kerr & Co., 1897-1914, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 26
Duncan MCDOWALL, A Streetcar Few Desired: The Bermuda Trolley Company, 1910-11, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 42
Stephanie JONES, The Decline of British Maritime Enterprise in Australia: The Example of the Australasian United Steam Navigation Company, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 59
Richard G. RODGER, Business Failure in Scotland, 1839-1913, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 73
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Roger MUNTING, Agricultural Engineering and European Exports before 1914, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 125
T.R. GOURVISH; T.R. WILSON, Profitability in the Brewing Industry, 1885-1914, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 146
Roger RYAN, The Early Expansion of the Norwich Union Life Assurance Society, 1808-37, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 166
Michael SANDERSON, Adam Smith, Sir Herbert Reee and the Wages of Actors, 1890-1914, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 197
W.M. MATHEW, Planter Entrepreneurship and the Ruffin Reforms in the Old South, 1820-60, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 207
Gerald CROMPTON, 'Efficient and Economical Working'? The Performance of the Railway Companies, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 222
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Yoshitaka SUZUKI, The Formation of Management Structure in Japanese Industrials, 1920-40, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 259
Penelope RATCLIFFE; Alice TEICHOVA, British Interests in Danube Navigation after 1918, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 283
Youssef CASSIS, Management and Strategy in the English Joint Stock Banks, 1890-1914, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 301
Luciano SEGRETO, More Trouble than Profit: Vickers' Investments in Italy, 1905-39, in: Business History 27, 1985, p. 316
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Business History 28/1, 1986
R.P.T. DAVENPORT-HINES, Editor's Introduction: Speculators and Patriots: Essays in Business Biography [Editorial], in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. v
Dilwyn PORTER, 'A Trusted Guide of the Investing Public': Harry Marks and the Financial News, 1884-1916, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 1
John ARMSTRONG, Hooley and the Bovril Company, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 18
R.P.T. DAVENPORT-HINES; J.-J. van HELTEN, Edvar Vincent, Viscount d'Abernon, and the Eastern Investment Company in London, Constantinople and Johannesburg, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 35
Robert TURRELL, Sir Frederic Philipson Stowe: The Unknown Diamond Magnate, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 62
Pat THANE, Financiers and the British State: The Case of Sir Ernest Cassel, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 80
Terence RODGERS, Sir Allan Smith, the Industrial Group and the Politics of Unemployment, 1919-24, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 100
Hugo HIRST, Two Autobiographical Fragments, in: Business History 28/1, 1986, p. 124
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Business History 28/2, 1986
Roy CHURCH, Family Firms and Managerial Capitalism: The Case of the International Motor Industry, in: Business History 28/2, 1986, p. 165
Rob TURRELL; J.-J. van HELTEN, The Rothschilds, the Exploration Company and Mining Finance, in: Business History 28/2, 1986, p. 181
Gerry R. RUBIN, From Packmen, Tallymen and 'Perambulating Scotchmen' to Credit Drapers' Associations, c. 1840-1914, in: Business History 28/2, 1986, p. 206
Lewis JOHNMAN, The Largest Manufacturing Companies of 1935, in: Business History 28/2, 1986, p. 226
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Business History 28/3, 1986
R.P.T. DAVENPORT-HINES; Jonathan LIEBENAU, Editors' Introduction: Business in the Age of Reason [Editorial], in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. iv
A.J.G. CUMMINGS, The Harburgh Company and its Lottery, 1716-23, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 1
Jacob M. PRICE, Sheffield v. Starke: Institutional Experimentation in the London-maryland Trade, c. 1696-1706, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 19
Frank T. MELTON, Deposit Banking in London, 1700-90, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 40
Lorna WEATHERILL, The Business of Middlemen in the English Pottery Trade before 1780, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 51
Eric HOPKINS, The Training and Service Sectors of the Birmingham Economy, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 77
Eric ROBINSON, Metthew Boulton and Josiah Wedgwood, Apostles of Fashion, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 98
J.F. BOSHER, Financing the French Navy in the Seven Years' War: Beaujon, Boossens et Compagnie in 1759, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 115
Jacob M. PRICE, Directions for the Conduct of A Merchant's Counting House, 1766, in: Business History 28/3, 1986, p. 134
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Business History 28/4, 1986
Mark CASSON, Contractual Arrangements for Technology Transfer: Evidence from Business History, in: Business History 28/4, 1986, p. 5
Charles HARVEY; Jon PRESS, William Morris and the Marketing of Art, in: Business History 28/4, 1986, p. 36
Stefanie DIAPER, Merchant Banking in the Interwar Period: The Case of Kleinwort, Sons, & Co., in: Business History 28/4, 1986, p. 55
Christine WHITE, Ford in Russia: In Pursuit of the Chimerical Market, in: Business History 28/4, 1986, p. 77
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Business History 29/1, 1987
Colin NEWBURY, The Origins and Function of the London Diamond Syndicate, 1889-1914, in: Business History 29/1, 1987, p. 5
Glenn O. NICHOLS, Intermediaries and the Development of English Government Borrowing: The Case of Sir John James and Major Robert Huntingdon, 1675-79, in: Business History 29/1, 1987, p. 27
Hoh-Cheung MUI; Lorna H. MUI, Andrew Melrose Tea Dealer and Grocer of Edinburgh, in: Business History 29/1, 1987, p. 30
Geoffrey TWEEDALE, Business and Industry Strategies in the Interwar British Steel Industry: A Case Study of Hadfield Ltd. and Bean Cars, in: Business History 29/1, 1987, p. 47
John HENDRY, The Teashop Computer Manufacturer: J. Lyons, LEO and the Potential and Limits of High-Tech Diversification, in: Business History 29/1, 1987, p. 73
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Business History 29/2, 1987
Donald COLEMAN, The Uses and Abuses of Business History, in: Business History 29/2, 1987, p. 141
A.K. CAIRNCROSS; J.B.K. HUNTER, The Early Growth of Messrs. J. & P. Coats, 1830-83, in: Business History 29/2, 1987, p. 157
Rodney WILSON, Financial Development in the Arab Gulf: The Eastern Bank Experience, 1917-50, in: Business History 29/2, 1987, p. 178
Douglas WEST, From T Square to T Plan: The London Office of the J. Walter Thompson Advertising Agency, 1919-70, in: Business History 29/2, 1987, p. 199
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Business History 29/3, 1987
Richard J. OVERY, Unemployment in the Third Reich, in: Business History 29/3, 1987, p. 253
Trevor BOYNS, Rationalisation in the Interwar Period: The Case of the South Wales Steam Coal Industry, in: Business History 29/3, 1987, p. 282
Tim CLAYDON, Trade Unions, Employers and Industrial Relations in the British Motor Industry, in: Business History 29/3, 1987, p. 304
Jane HUMPHRIES, Interwar House Building, Cheap Money and Building Societies: The Housing Boom Revisited, in: Business History 29/3, 1987, p. 325
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Business History 29/4, 1987
R.P.T. DAVENPORT-HINES; Geoffrey JONES, Editorial Introduction: Enterprise, Management and Innovation in British Business, 1914-80 [Editorial], in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. vii
Donald COLEMAN, Failings and Achievements: Some British Businesses, 1910-80, in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. 1
T.R. GOURVISH, British Business and the Transition to a Corporate Economy: Entrepreneurship and Management Structures, in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. 18
Diane HUTCHINSON; Stephen NICHOLAS, Modelling the Growth Strategies of British Firms, in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. 46
T.A.B. CORLEY, Consumer Marketing in Britain, 1914-60, in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. 65
D.E.H. EDGERTON, Science and Technology in British Business History, in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. 84
Martin CHICK, Privatisation: The Triumph of Past Practice over Current Requirements, in: Business History 29/4, 1987, p. 104
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Business History 30/1, 1988
R.P.T. DAVENPORT-HINES; Geoffrey JONES, The End of Insularity [Editorial], in: Business History 30/1, 1988, p. 1
Mira WILKINS, European and North American Multinationals, 1870-1914: Comparisons and Contrasts, in: Business History 30/1, 1988, p. 8
Ranald C. MICHIE, Different in Name Only? The London Stock Exchange and Foreign Bourses, c. 1850-1914, in: Business History 30/1, 1988, p. 46
Robert LOCKE, Educational Traditions and the Development of Business Studies after 1945 (An Anglo-French-German Comparison), in: Business History 30/1, 1988, p. 84
Howard F. GOSPEL, The Management of Labour: Great Britain, the US and Japan, in: Business History 30/1, 1988, p. 104
Jonathan LIEBENAU, Ethical Business: The Formation of the Pharmaceutical Industry in Britain, Germany and the United States before 1914, in: Business History 30/1, 1988, p. 116
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Business History 30/2, 1988
Charles HARVEY; Geoffrey JONES, Editorial Introduction [Editorial], in: Business History 30/2, 1988, p. 161
Larry NEAL, The Rise of a Financial Press: London and Amsterdam, 1681-1810, in: Business History 30/2, 1988, p. 163
David R. GREEN, Distance to Work in Victorian England: A Case Study of Henry Poole, Bespoke Tailors, in: Business History 30/2, 1988, p. 179
Ranald C. MICHIE, Dunn, Fischer & Co. in the City of London, 1906-14, in: Business History 30/2, 1988, p. 195
Stanley CHAPMAN, Mergers and Takeovers in the Postwar Textile Industry: The Experience of Hosiery and Knitwear, in: Business History 30/2, 1988, p. 219
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Business History 30/3, 1988
Martin DAUNTON, Inheritance and Succession in the City of London in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 30/3, 1988, p. 269
M.W. KIRBY, Product Proliferation in the British Locomotive Building Industry, 1850-1914: An Engineer's Paradise?, in: Business History 30/3, 1988, p. 287
Derek MATTHEWS, Profit-Sharing in the Gas Industry, 1889-1949, in: Business History 30/3, 1988, p. 306
Norbert MACDONALD, Henry J. Kaiser and the Establishment of an Automobile Industry in Argentina, in: Business History 30/3, 1988, p. 329
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Business History 30/4, 1988
Michael ROWLINSON, The Early Application of Scientific Management by Cadbury, in: Business History 30/4, 1988, p. 377
Michael FRENCH, The Growth and Relative Decline of the North British Rubber Co., 1856-1956, in: Business History 30/4, 1988, p. 396
Kate PHYLAKTIS, Banking in a British Colony: Cyprus, 1878-1959, in: Business History 30/4, 1988, p. 416
Oliver M. WESTALL, The Invisible Hand Strikes Back: Motor Insurance and the Erosion of Organised Competition in General Insurance, 1920-38, in: Business History 30/4, 1988, p. 432
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