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Business History 31/1, 1989
Eisuke DAITO, Railways and Scientific Management in Japan, 1907-30, in: Business History 31/1, 1989, p. 1
Roger LUMLEY, 'The American System of Manufactures' in Birmingham: Production Methods at the Birmingham Small Arms Co. in the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 31/1, 1989, p. 29
Howard COX, Growth and Ownership in the International Tobacco Industry: BAT, 1902-27, in: Business History 31/1, 1989, p. 44
Christopher CLAY, Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Economic Realities [Review Article], in: Business History 31/1, 1989, p. 68
   Book Reviews, p.
Business History 31/2, 1989
John TURNER, Labour and Business in Modern Britain [Editorial], in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 1
Di DRUMMOND, 'Specifically Designed'? Employers' Labour Strategies and Worker Responses in British Railway Workshops, 1838-1914, in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 8
Alan MCKINLAY; Jonathan ZEITLIN, The Meanings of Managerial Prerogative: Industrial Relations and the Organisation of Work in British Engineering, 1880-1939, in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 32
Robert FITZGERALD, Employers' Labour Strategies, Industrial Welfare and the Response to New Unionism at Bryant & May, 1888-1930, in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 48
Gerald CROMPTON, 'Squeezing the Pulpless Orange': Labour and Capital on the Railways in the Inter-war Years, in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 66
Howard F. GOSPEL, Product Markets, Labour Markets and Industrial Relations: The Case of Flour Milling, in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 84
Tom DONNELLY; David THOMS, Trade Unions, Management and the Search for Production in the Coventry Motor Car Industry, 1939-75, in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 98
Joseph MELLING, Industry, Labour and Politics, 1880-1940 [Review Article], in: Business History 31/2, 1989, p. 114
   Book Reviews, p.
Business History 31/3, 1989
Charles HARVEY, Business History: Concepts and Measurement [Editorial], in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 1
Roy CHURCH, Production, Employment and Labour Productivity in the British Coalfields, 1830-1913: Some Reinterpretations, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 6
Nicholas J. MORGAN; Michael S. MOSS, 'Wealthy and Titled Persons' –, The Accumulation of Riches in Victorian Britain: The Case of Peter Denny, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 28
Christine SHAW, British Entrepreneurs in Distribution and the Steel Industry, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 48
John G. TREBLE, Interpreting the Record of Wage Negotiations under an Arbital Regime: A Game Theory Approach to the Coal Industry Conciliation Boards, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 61
Charles W. MUNN, The Emergence of Joint-Stock Banking in the British Isles: A Comparative Approach, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 69
James FOREMAN-PECK, Competition, Co-operation and Nationalisation in the Nineteenth-century Telegraph System, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 81
John HUDSON, The Birth and Death of Firms in England and Wales during the Inter-War Years, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 102
Stephan NICHOLAS, Locational Choice, Performace and the Growth of British Multinational Firms, in: Business History 31/3, 1989, p. 122
   Book Reviews, p.
Business History 31/4, 1989
Mary B. ROSE, Social Policy and Business: Parish Apprenticeship and the Early Factory System, in: Business History 31/4, 1989, p. 5
Dieter ZIEGLER, Central Banking in the English Provinces in the Second Quarter of the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 31/4, 1989, p. 33
Richard A. HAWKINS, The Pineapple Canning Industry during the Word Depression of the 1930s, in: Business History 31/4, 1989, p. 48
Roger MUNTING, Betting and Business: The Commercialisation of Gambling in Britain, in: Business History 31/4, 1989, p. 67
W.G. HUFF, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development in Less Developed Countries [Review Article], in: Business History 31/4, 1989, p. 86
   Book Reviews, p.


Business History 32/1, 1990
Charles HARVEY; Geoffrey JONES, Business History in Britain into the 1990s [Editorial], in: Business History 32/1, 1990, p. 5
C.H. LEE, Corporate Behaviour in Theory and History: I. The Evolution of Theory, in: Business History 32/1, 1990, p. 17
Simon VILLE, Shipping in the Port of Sunderland, in: Business History 32/1, 1990, p. 32
Sue BOWDEN, Credit Facilities and the Growth of Consumer Demand for Electric Appliances in England in the 1930s, in: Business History 32/1, 1990, p. 52
Philip OLLERENSHAW, British Business History: A Review of Recent Periodical Literature [Survey Article], in: Business History 32/1, 1990, p. 76
Peter FEARON, Trade, Finance and Diplomacy: The New World and the Old in the Twentieth Century [Review Article], in: Business History 32/1, 1990, p. 100
   Book Reviews, p.
Business History 32/2, 1990
C.H. LEE, Corporate Behaviour in Theory and History: II. The Historan's Perspective, in: Business History 32/2, 1990, p. 163
Kenneth D. BROWN, The Children's Toy Industry in Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: Business History 32/2, 1990, p. 180
Michael COLLINS, English Bank Lending and the Financial Crisis of the 1870s, in: Business History 32/2, 1990, p. 198
William J. HAUSMAN; John L. NEUFELD, The Structure and Profitability of the US Electric Utility Industry at the Turn of the Century, in: Business History 32/2, 1990, p. 225
Panikos PANAYI, German Business Interests in Britain during the First World War, in: Business History 32/2, 1990, p. 244
Tom DONNELLY, The British and American Motor Industries [Review Article], in: Business History 32/2, 1990, p. 259
   Book Reviews, p.
Business History 32/3, 1990
Charles HARVEY; Jon PRESS, Issues in the History of Mining and Metallurgy, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 1
Derek MATTHEWS, Serendipity or Economics? Tin and the Theory of Mineral Discovery, 1800-1920, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 15
Roger BURT, Mineral Production, Organisation and Technological Change: The Coeur D'Alene District of Idaho, 1890-1933, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 49
Edmund NEWELL, 'Copperopolis': The Rise and Fall of the Copper Industry in the Swansea District, 1826-1931, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 75
Charles HARVEY; Jon PRESS, The City and International Mining, 1870-1914, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 98
Simon KATZENELLENBOGEN, Southern African Mining Interests in Australia before 1939, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 120
Trevor BOYNS, Strategic Responses to Foreign Competition: The British Coal Industry and the 1930 Coal Act, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 133
Alexander C. DOW, Metal Mining the Canadian Economic Development before 1939, in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 146
Greg MARCHILDON, A New View of Canadian Business History [Review Article], in: Business History 32/3, 1990, p. 162
   Book Reviews, p.
Business History 32/4, 1990
Mary B. ROSE, Competition and Strategic Response in the Textile Industries since 1870 [Editorial], in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 1
William LAZONICK; William MASS, The British Cotton Industry and International Competetive Advantage: The State of the Debates, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 9
D.T. JENKINS; J.C. MALIN, European Competition in Woollen Cloth, 1870-1914, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 66
Alex J. ROBERTSON, Lancashire and the Rise of Japan, 1910-1937, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 87
Marguerite W. DUPREE, Struggling with Destiny: The Cotton Industry, Overseas Trade Policy and the Cotton Board, 1940-1959, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 106
John SINGLETON, Showing the White Flag: The Lancashire Cotton Industry, 1945-1965, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 129
D.A. FARNIE, The Textile Machine-Making Industry and the World Market, 1870-1960, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 150
Stanley CHAPMAN, The Decline and Rise of Textile Merchanting, 1880-1990, in: Business History 32/4, 1990, p. 171
   Book Reviews, p.

Business History 33/1-2, 1991
T.C. BARKER, In Memoriam: W.J. Reader [Obituary], in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 5
John ARMSTRONG, An Introduction to Archival Research in Business History, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 7
John Richard EDWARDS; Edmund NEWELL, The Development of Industrial Cost and Management Accounting before 1850: A Survey of the Evidence, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 35
David J. JEREMY, The Enlightened Paternalist in Action: William Hesketh Lever at Port Sunlight before 1914, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 58
Jim TOMLINSON, The Failure of the Anglo-American Council on Productivity, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 82
David J. JEREMY, The Hundred Largest Employers in the United Kingdom, in Manufacturing and Non-manufacturing Industries, in 1907, 1935 and 1955, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 93
Geoffrey JONES, Locational Choice, Performance and the Growth of British Multinational Firms: A Comment, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 112
Stephen NICHOLAS, Debating Business History: Location, Performance and Growth of British MNEs, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 116
   Book Reviews, p. 121
Derek MATTHEWS, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1989 [Survey Article], in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 185
J.F. WILSON, Ownership, Management and Strategy in Early North-West Gas Companies, 1815-30, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 203
Hartmut GERGHOFF, British Businessmen as Wealth-Holders, 1870-1914: A Closer Look, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 222
S.M. BOWDEN, Demand and Supply Constraints in the Inter-War UK Car Industry: Did the Manufacturers Get it Right?, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 241
Peter WARDLEY, The Anatomy of Big Business: Aspects of Corporate Developments in the Twentieth Century, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 268
Leslie HANNAH, Scale and Scope: Towards a European Visible Hand?, in: Business History 33/1-2, 1991, p. 297
   Book Reviews, p. 310
Business History 33/3, 1991: Geoffrey JONES (ed.), Banks and Money: International and Comparative Finance in History
Geoffrey JONES, Introduction [to the Special Issue on Banks and Money: International and Comparative Finance in History, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 1
Edwin J. PERKINS, Conflicting Views on Fiat Currency: Britain and its North American Colonies in the Eighteenth Century, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 8
P.L. COTTRELL, The Coalescence of a Cluster of Corporate International Banks, 1855-75, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 31
Youssef CASSIS, Financial Elites in Three European Centres: London, Paris, Berlin, 1880s-1930s, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 53
Gregory P. MARCHILDON, British Investment Banking and Industrial Decline before the Great War: A Case Study of Capital Outflow to Canadian Industry, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 72
Naomi R. LAMOREAUX, 'No Arbitrary Discretion': Specialisation in Short-Term Commercial Lending by Banks in Late Ninteenth-Century New England, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 93
Hans SJÖGREN, Lond-Term Contracts in the Swedish Bank-Orientated Financial System during the Inter-War Period, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 119
Till GEIGER; Duncan M. ROSS, Banks, Institutional Constraints and the Limits of Central Banking: Monetary Policy in Britain and West Germany, 1950-52, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 138
Frances BOSTOCK, The British Overseas Banks and Development Finance in Africa after 1945, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 157
Kathleen BURK, The House of Morgan Redivivus? The Abortive Morgan International, 1972-73, in: Business History 33/3, 1991, p. 177
   Book Reviews, p. 196
Business History 33/4, 1991
R.H. PARKER, Misleading Accounts? Pitfalls for Historians, in: Business History 33/4, 1991, p. 1
Simon VILLE, The Expansion and Development of a Private Business: An Application of Vertical Integration Theory, in: Business History 33/4, 1991, p. 19
R.B. WEIR, Science, Marketing and Competition in the Yeast Trade, 1860-1918, in: Business History 33/4, 1991, p. 43
Daniel BARBEZAT, A Price for Every Product, Every Place: The International Steel Export Cartel, 1933-39, in: Business History 33/4, 1991, p. 68
Mary MILLS, George Livesey and Profit Sharing: A Comment of Some Recent Literature, in: Business History 33/4, 1991, p. 87
Mira WILKINS, The du Ponts [Review Article], in: Business History 33/4, 1991, p. 91
   Book Reviews, p. 99

Business History 34/1, 1992: Charles Harvey; Geoffrey Jones (eds.), Organisational Capability and Competetive Advantage
Charles HARVEY; Geoffrey JONES, Organisational Capability and Competetive Advantage, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 1
Alfred D. CHANDLER, Jr., Managerial Enterprise and Competetive Capabilities, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 11
Gordon BOYCE, Corporate Strategy and Accounting Systems: A Comparison of Developments at Two British Steel Firms, 1898-1914, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 42
Mira WILKINS, The Neglected Intangible Asset: The Influence of the Trade Mark on the Rise of the Modern Corporation, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 66
Geoffrey TWEEDALE, Marketing in the Second Industrial Revolution: A Case Study of the Ferranti Group, 1949-63, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 96
Patricia O'BRIEN, Industry Structure as a Competetive Advantage: The History of Japan's Post-war Steel Industry, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 128
Susan Ariel AARONSON, Serving America's Business? Graduate Business Schools and American Business, 1945-60, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 160
Richard ROBERTS, Regulatory Responses to the Market for Corporate Control in Britain in the 1950s, in: Business History 34/1, 1992, p. 183
   Book Reviews, p. 201
Business History 34/2, 1992
Alan MCKINLAY, British Business History: A Review of the Recent Periodical Literature [Review Article], in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 1
Satoshi SASAKI, The Introduction of Scientific Management by the Mitsubishi Enineering Co. and the Formation of an Organised Scientific Management Movement in Japan in the 1920s and 1930s, in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 12
Keetie E. SLUYTERMAN, From Licensor to Multinational Enterprise: the Small Dutch Firm Océ-van der Grinten in the International World, 1922-66, in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 28
Kosmas TSOKHAS, The Eastern & Australian Steamship Company and the Shipping Dispute Between Australia and Japan, 1936-39, in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 50
W.D. RUBINSTEIN, British Businessmen as Wealth-holders, 1870-1914: A Response, in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 69
Hartmut BERGHOFF, A Reply to W.D. Rubinstein's Response, in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 82
Simon VILLE, A Historiographical Assessment of New Zealand Business History, in: Business History 34/2, 1992, p. 86
   Book Reviews, p. 103
Business History 34/3, 1992: Gregory P. Marchildon; Duncan McDowall (eds.), Canadian Multinationals and International Finance
Gregory P. MARCHILDON, Canadian Multinationals and International Finance: Past and Present, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 1
Marilyn GERRIETS, The Rise and Fall of a Free-Standing Company in Nova Scotia: The General Mining Association, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 16
Graham D. TAYLOR, From Branch Operation to Intergrated Subsidiary: The Reorganisation of Imperial Oil under Walter Teagle, 1911-17, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 49
Gregory P. MARCHILDON, 'Hands across the Water': Canadian Industrial Financiers in the City of London, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 69
Christopher ARMSTRONG, Canadian Promoters and American Markets: Regulating the Irregular, 1945-55, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 96
Lawrence L. SCHEMBRI; Jennifer A. HAWKINS, The Role of Canadian Chartered Banks in US Banking Crises: 1870-1914, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 122
James L. DARROCH, Global Competetiveness and Public Policy: The Case of Canadian Multinational Banks, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 153
Duncan MCDOWALL, Fin de Siècle: Canadian Business in the 1990s, in: Business History 34/3, 1992, p. 176
   Book Reviews, p. 181
Business History 34/4, 1992
Robin PEARSON, Fire Insurance and the British Textile Industries during the Industrial Revolution, in: Business History 34/4, 1992, p. 1
Martin LYNN, British Busniess and the African Trade: Richard & William King Ltd. of Bristol and West Africa, 1833-1918, in: Business History 34/4, 1992, p. 20
John LOVELL, Employers and Craft Unionism: A Programme of Action for British Shipbuilding, 1902-5, in: Business History 34/4, 1992, p. 38
Ina ZWEINIGER-BARGIELOWSKAN, Colliery Managers and Nationalisation: The Experience in South Wales, in: Business History 34/4, 1992, p. 59
Elizabeth GARNSEY, An Early Academic Enterprise: A Study of Technology Transfer, in: Business History 34/4, 1992, p. 79
Martin CHICK, Crisis of Government [Review Article], in: Business History 34/4, 1992, p. 99
   Book Reviews, p. 103

Business History 35/1, 1993
Martin CHICK, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1991, in: Business History 35/1, 1993, p. 1
Maxine BERG, Small Producer Capitalism in Eighteenth-Century England, in: Business History 35/1, 1993, p. 17
Alun C. DAVIES, British Watchmaking and the American System, in: Business History 35/1, 1993, p. 40
Sue BOWDEN; Paul TURNER, Some Cross Section Evidence on the Determinants of the Diffusion of Car Ownership in the Inter-War UK Economy, in: Business History 35/1, 1993, p. 55
   Book Reviews, p. 70
Business History 35/2, 1993
Kersti ULLENHAG, Introduction: Nordic Business in the Long View, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 1
Anita GÖRANSSON, Gender and Property Rights: Capital, Kin and Owner Influence in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Sweden, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 11
Per BOJE, A Career Approach to Entrepreneurship: The Case of Thomas B. Thrige, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 33
Barbro ANELL, Timing is All: On the Roles of Owners and Managers in Expanding and Contracting Corporate Activities, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 45
Hans MODIG, Management of Public Enterprises: A Special Type of Managerial Capitalism? The Swedish Case, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 55
Kersti ULLENHAG, Those in Power: On the Role of Owners in Swedish Business, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 68
Alf JOHANSSON, Structures, Managers and Owners: The Case of the Post-War Swedish Paint Industry, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 87
Jan GLETE, Swedish Managerial Capitalism: Did It Ever Become Ascendant?, in: Business History 35/2, 1993, p. 99
   Book Reviews, p. 111
Business History 35/3, 1993
Robert MILLWARD; Robert WARD, From Private to Public Ownership of Gas Undertakings in England and Wales, 1851-1947: Chronology, Incidence and Causes, in: Business History 35/3, 1993, p. 1
Richard ROBERTS, What's in a Name? Marchants, Merchant Bankers, Accepting Houses, Issuing Houses, Industrial Bankers and Investment Bankers, in: Business History 35/3, 1993, p. 22
Jerry L.S. WANG, The Profitability of Anglo-Chinese Trade, 1861-1913, in: Business History 35/3, 1993, p. 39
Karel WILLIAMS; Colin HASLAM; John WILLIAMS, The Myth of the Line: Ford's Production of the Model T at Highland Park, 1909-16, in: Business History 35/3, 1993, p. 66
Mariko TATSUKI, Intensifying Competition and the Streamlining of Japaneses Shipping Companies: The Pacific Routes between the Two World Wars, in: Business History 35/3, 1993, p. 88
   Book Reviews, p. 108
Business History 35/4, 1993
Geoffrey JONES; Mary B. ROSE, Family Capitalism, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 1
Roy CHURCH, The Family Firm in Industrial Capitalism: International Perspectives on Hypotheses and History, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 17
Ann PRIOR; Maurice KIRBY, The Society of Friends and the Family Firm, 1700-1830, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 66
Stana NENADIC, The Small Family Firm in Victorian Britain, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 86
Philip SCRANTON, Build a Firm, Start Another: The Bromleys and Family Firm Entrepreneurship in the Philadelphia Region, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 115
Keetie E. SLUYTERMAN; Helene J.M. WINKELMAN, The Dutch Family Firm confronted with Chandler's Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism, 1890-1940, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 152
Emmanuel CHADEAU, The Large Family Firm in Twentieth-Century France, in: Business History 35/4, 1993, p. 181
   Book Reviews, p. 206

Business History 36/1, 1994: Geoffrey JONES (ed.), The Making of Global Enterprise
Geoffrey JONES, The Making of Global Enterprise, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 1
Mira WILKINS, Comparative Hosts, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 18
Jean-François HENNART, International Financial Capital Transfers: A Transaction Cost Framework, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 51
T.A.B. CORLEY, Britain's Overseas Investments in 1914 Revisited, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 71
Frances BOSTOCK; Geoffrey JONES, Foreign Multinationals in British Manufacturing, 1850-1962, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 89
Graham D. TAYLOR, Negotiating Technology Transfer within Multinational Enterprises: Perspectives from Canadian Industries, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 127
Akira KUDO, I.G. Farben in Japan: The Transfer of Technology and Managerial Skills, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 159
Alan MCKINLAY; Ken STARKEY, After Henry: Continuity and Change in Ford Motor Company, in: Business History 36/1, 1994, p. 184
   Book Reviews, p. 206
Business History 36/2, 1994
John F. WILSON, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1992 [Survey Article], in: Business History 36/2, 1994, p. 1
Oliver WESTALL, Marketing Strategy and the Competetive Structure of British General Insurance, 1720-1980, in: Business History 36/2, 1994, p. 20
David A. KENT, Small Businessmen and their Credit Transactions in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: Business History 36/2, 1994, p. 47
Nick TIRATSOO; Jim TOMLINSON, Restrictive Practices on the Shopfloor in Britain, 1945-60: Myth and Reality, in: Business History 36/2, 1994, p. 65
V.N. BALASUBRAMANYAM, The Transnaitonal Corporation [Review Article], in: Business History 36/2, 1994, p. 83
   Book Reviews, p. 90
Business History 36/3, 1994
Peter SCOTT, Learning to Multiply: The Property Market and the Growth of Multiple Retailing in Britain, 1919-39, in: Business History 36/3, 1994, p. 1
Keith BURGESS, British Employers and Education Policy, 1935-45: A Decade of 'Missed Opportunities'?, in: Business History 36/3, 1994, p. 29
Stuart JONES, Origins, Growth and Concentration of Bank Capital in South Africa, 1860-92, in: Business History 36/3, 1994, p. 62
Tim CROSS, Afrikaner Nationalism, Anglo American and Iscor: The Formation of the Highveld Steel & Vanadium Corporation, 1960-70, in: Business History 36/3, 1994, p. 81
   Book Reviews, p. 100
Business History 36/4, 1994
Richard H.K. VIETOR, Contrived Competition: Economic Regulation and Deregulation, 1920s-1980s, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 1
Craig YOUNG, The Economic Characteristics of Small Craft Businesses in Rural Lowland Perthshire, c. 1830-c. 1900, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 33
Michael J. TURNER, Henry Demarest Lloyd and Business Ethics in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century America, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 53
Rolv Petter AMDAM, Foreign Influence on the Education of Norwegian Business Managers, before World War II, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 79
Mark CASSON, Institutional Diversity in Overseas Enterprise: Explaining the Free-Standing Company, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 95
T.A.B. CORLEY, Free-Standing Companies, their Financing and Internalisation Theory, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 109
Jean-François HENNART, Free-Standing Firms and the Internalisation of Markets for Financial Capital: A Response to Casson, in: Business History 36/4, 1994, p. 118
   Book Reviews, p. 132

Business History 37/1, 1995
Martin CHICK, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1993 [Survey Article], in: Business History 37/1, 1995, p. 1
S. CLARKE; A.M. TOBIAS, Complexity in Corporate Modelling: A Review, in: Business History 37/1, 1995, p. 17
Simon SMITH, British Exports to Colonial North America and the Mercantilist Fallacy, in: Business History 37/1, 1995, p. 45
Hartmut BERGHOFF, Regional Variations in Provincial Business Biography: The Case of Birmingham, Bristol and Manchester, 1870-1914, in: Business History 37/1, 1995, p. 64
Robert GREENHILL, Investment Group, Free-Standing Company or Multinational? Brazilian Warrant, 1909-52, in: Business History 37/1, 1995, p. 86
Charles W. MUNN, Money, Banking and Sources [Review Article], in: Business History 37/1, 1995, p. 112
   Book Reviews, p. 117
Business History 37/2, 1995
Etsuo ABE; Robert FITZGERALD, Japanese Economic Success: Timing, Culture and Organisational Captability, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 1
Hidemasa MORIKAWA, The Role of Managerial Enterprise in Post-War Japan's Economic Growth: Focus on the 1950s, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 32
Takeo MIKKAWA, Kigyo Shudan: The Formation and Function of Enterprise Groups, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 44
Masahiro SHIMOTANI, The Formation of Distribution Keiretsu: The Case of Matsushita, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 54
Mariko TATSUKI, The Rise of the Mass Market and Modern Retailers in Japan, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 70
Tetsuji OKAZAKI, The Evolution of the Financial System in Post-War Japan, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 89
Masaru UDAGAWA, The Development of Production Management at the Toyota Motor Corporation, in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 107
Shinji SUGAYAMA, Work Rules, Wages and Single Status: The Shaping of the 'Japanese Employment System', in: Business History 37/2, 1995, p. 120
   Book Reviews, p. 141
Business History 37/3, 1995
David HIGGINS; Geoffrey TWEEDALE, Asset or Liability? Trade Marks in the Sheffield Cutlery and Tool Trades, in: Business History 37/3, 1995, p. 1
Trevor BOYNS; John Richard EDWARDS, Accounting Systems and Decision-Making in the Mid-Victorian Period: The Case of the Consett Iron Company, in: Business History 37/3, 1995, p. 28
Robert DAVID, The Demise of the Anglo-Norwegian Ice Trade, in: Business History 37/3, 1995, p. 52
D.T. MERRETT, Global Reach by Australian Banks: Correspondent Banking Networks, 1830-1960, in: Business History 37/3, 1995, p. 70
Takeo KIKKAWA, Enterprise Groups, Industry Associations and Government: The Case of the Petrochemical Industry in Japan, in: Business History 37/3, 1995, p. 89
Ben FINE; Zav RUSTOMJEE, Afrikaner Nationalism, Anglo American and Iscor: The Formation of the Highveld Steel and Vanadium Corporation, 1960-70, in: Business History 37/3, 1995, p. 111
   Book Reviews, p. 115
Business History 37/4, 1995
Michael HUBERMAN, Some Early Evidence of Worksharing: Lancashire before 1850, in: Business History 37/4, 1995, p. 1
John GRIFFITHS, 'Give my Regards to Uncle Billy': The Rites and Rituals of Company Life at Lever Brothers, c. 1900-c. 1990, in: Business History 37/4, 1995, p. 25
Andrew GODLEY, The Development of the UK Clothing Industry, 1850-1950: Output and Productivity Growth, in: Business History 37/4, 1995, p. 46
Sam MCKINSTRY, Argyll Motors Let.: A Corporate Post-Mortem, in: Business History 37/4, 1995, p. 64
Christopher SCHMITZ, The World's Largest Industrial Companies of 1912, in: Business History 37/4, 1995, p. 85
B.W.E. ALFORD, 'To see oursels as others see us …': The Study of British Economic History since 1700, in: Business History 37/4, 1995, p. 97
   Book Reviews, p. 103

Business History 38/1, 1996
Matthias KIPPING, Inter-Firm Relations and Industrial Policy: The French and German Steel Producers and Users in the Twentieth Century, in: Business History 38/1, 1996, p. 1
Forrest CAPIE; Michael COLLINS, Industrial Lending by English Commercial Banks, 1860s-1914: Why Did Banks Refuse Loans?, in: Business History 38/1, 1996, p. 26
Etsuo A, The Technological Strategy of a Leading Iron and Steel Firm, Bolkow Vaughan & Co. Ltd.: Late Victorian Industrialists did fail, in: Business History 38/1, 1996, p. 45
I.R. PHIMISTER, The Chrome Trust: The Creation of an International Cartel, 1908-38, in: Business History 38/1, 1996, p. 77
Alan PILKINGTON, Learning from Joint Venture: The Rover-Honda Relationship, in: Business History 38/1, 1996, p. 90
Hubert BONIN, French Banking History. A Review Article, in: Business History 38/1, 1996, p. 115
   Book Reviews, p. 128
Business History 38/2, 1996
John SINGLETON, British Business History: A Review of Periodical Literature for 1994 [Survey Article], in: Business History 38/2, 1996, p. 1
Ann M. CARLOS; Jill L. van STONE, Stock Transfer Patterns in the Hudson's Bay Company: A Study of the English Capital Market in Operation, 1670-1730, in: Business History 38/2, 1996, p. 15
A.J. ARNOLD, Should Historians trust Late Nineteenth-Century Financial Statements?, in: Business History 38/2, 1996, p. 40
Trevor BOYNS; Judith WALE, The Development of Management Information Systems in the British Coal Industry, c. 1880-1947, in: Business History 38/2, 1996, p. 55
Ross HAMILTON, Despite Best Intentions: The Evolution of the British Minicomputer Industry, in: Business History 38/2, 1996, p. 81
   Book Reviews, p. 105
Business History 38/3, 1996: Andrew GODLEY; Duncan M. ROSS (eds.), Banks, Networks and Small Firm Finance
Andrew GODLEY; Duncan M. ROSS, Introduction: Banks, Networks and Small Firm Finance, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 1
Duncan M. ROSS, The Unsatisfied Fringe in Britain, 1930s-80s, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 11
Hans SJÖGREN; Sven JUNGERHEIM, Small Firm Financing in Sweden, 1960-95, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 27
Simon VILLE, Networks and Venture Capital in the Australasian Pastoral Sector before World War Two, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 48
Lucy NEWTON, Regional Bank-Industry Relations during the Mid-Nineteenth Century: Links between Bankers and Manufacturers in Sheffield, c. 1850 to c. 1885, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 64
Francesca CARNEVALI, Between Markets and Networks: Regional Banks in Italy, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 84
Andrew GODLEY, Jewish Soft Loan Societies in New York and London and Immigrant Entrepreneurship, 1880-1914, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 101
Jan OTTOSSON; Anders LUNDGREN, AB Gust Carlsson, 1880-1990: Networks and Survival in the Swedish Printing Industry, in: Business History 38/3, 1996, p. 117
   Book Reviews, p. 127
Business History 38/4, 1996
Antje HAGEN, Export versus Direct Investment in the German Optical Industry: Carl Zeiss, Jena and Glaswerk Schott & Gen. in the U.K. from their Beginnings to 1933, in: Business History 38/4, 1996, p. 1
Catherine R. SCHENK, Exchange Controls and Multinational Enterprise: The Sterling-Dollar Oil Controversy in the 1950s, in: Business History 38/4, 1996, p. 21
Peter SCOTT, The Worst of Both Worlds: British Regional Policy, 1951-64, in: Business History 38/4, 1996, p. 41
S.N. BROADBERRY; N.F.R. CRAFTS, British Economic Policy and Industrial Performance in the Early Post-War Period, in: Business History 38/4, 1996, p. 65
   Book Reviews, p. 92

Business History 39/1, 1997
Gillian COOKSON, Family Firms and Business Networks: Textile Engineering in Yorkshire, 1780-1830, in: Business History 39/1, 1997, p. 1
Gary B. MAGEE, Technological Divergence in a Continuous Flow Production Industry: American and British Paper Making in the Late Victorian and Edwardian Era, in: Business History 39/1, 1997, p. 21
Christian BELLAK, Austrian Manufacturing MNEs: Long-Term Perspectives, in: Business History 39/1, 1997, p. 47
Rolv Petter AMDAM; Ove BJARNAR, Regional Business Networks and the Diffusion of American Management and Organisational Models to Norway, 1945-65, in: Business History 39/1, 1997, p. 72
   Book Reviews, p. 91
Business History 39/2, 1997
Robin PEARSON, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1995 [Survey Article], in: Business History 39/2, 1997, p. 1
Charles JONES, Institutional Forms of British Foreign Direct Investment in South America, in: Business History 39/2, 1997, p. 21
Christopher SCHMITZ, The Nature and Dimensions of Scottish Foreign Investment, 1860-1914, in: Business History 39/2, 1997, p. 42
Christopher J. NAPIER, Allies or Subsidiearies? Inter-Company Relations in the P&O Group, 1914-39, in: Business History 39/2, 1997, p. 69
James DARBY, The Environmental Crisis in Japan and the Origins of Japanese Manufacturing in Europe, in: Business History 39/2, 1997, p. 94
   Book Reviews, p. 115
Business History 39/3, 1997
Trevor BOYNS; Richard EDWARDS, The Construction of Cost Accounting Systems in Britain to 1900: The Case of the Coal, Iron and Steel Industries, in: Business History 39/3, 1997, p. 1
Howard COX, Learning to do Business in China: The Evolution of BAT's Cigarette Distribution Network, 1902-41, in: Business History 39/3, 1997, p. 30
John HILLMAN, The Impact of the International Tin Restriction Schemes on the Return to Equity of Tin Mining Companies, 1927-39, in: Business History 39/3, 1997, p. 65
Dirk de WIT, The Construction of the Dutch Computer Industry: The Organisational Shaping of Technology, in: Business History 39/3, 1997, p. 81
Sam MCKINSTRY, The Rise and Progress of John Brown Engineering, 1966-97: US Technology, Scottish Expertise and English Capital, in: Business History 39/3, 1997, p. 105
   Book Reviews, p. 135
Business History 39/4, 1997: Mark CASSON; Mary B. ROSE (eds.), Institutions and the Evolution of Modern Business
Mark CASSON; Mary B. ROSE, Introduction [to the Special Issue on Institutions and the Evolution of Modern Business], in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 1
S.R.H. JONES, Transaction Costs and the Theory of the Firm: The Scope and Limitations of the New Institutional Approach, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 9
S.A. CAUNCE, Complexity, Community Structure and Competetive Advantage within the Yorkshire Woollen Industry, c. 1700-1850, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 26
Oliver M. WESTALL, Invisible, Visible and 'Direct' Hands: An Institutional Interpretation of Organisational Structure and Change in British General Insurance, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 44
Matthias KIPPING, Consultancies, Institutions and the Diffusion of Taylorism in Britain, Germany and France, 1920s to 1950s, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 67
Hans SJÖGREN, Financial Reconstruction and Industrial Reorganisation in Different Financial Systems: A Comparative View of British and Swedish Institutions during the Inter-War Period, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 84
Sverre KNUTSEN, Post-War Strategic Capitalism in Norway: A Theoretical and Analytical Framework, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 106
Mary B. ROSE, The Politics of Protection: An Institutional Approach to Government-Industry Relations in the British and United States Cotton Industries, 1945-73, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 128
Mark CASSON, Institutional Economics and Business History: A Way Forward?, in: Business History 39/4, 1997, p. 151
   Book Reviews, p. 176

Business History 40/1, 1998
Steven TOMS, Windows of Opportunity in the Textile Industry: The Business Strategies of Lancashire Entrepreneurs, 1880-1914, in: Business History 40/1, 1998, p. 1-25
Choi CHI-CHEUNG, Kinship and Business: Paternal and Maternal Kin in Chaozhou Chinese Family Firms, in: Business History 40/1, 1998, p. 26-49
Susanne HILGER, Welfare Policy in German Big Business after the First World War: Vereinigte Stahlwerke AG, 1926-33, in: Business History 40/1, 1998, p. 50-76
Stephen ROSEVEAR, Balancing Business and the Regions: British Distribution of Industry Policy and the Board of Trade, 1945-51, in: Business History 40/1, 1998, p. 77-99
John F. WILSON, International Business Strategies at Ferranti, 1903-75: Direction, Management and Performance, in: Business History 40/1, 1998, p. 100-121
   Book Reviews, p. 122
Business History 40/2, 1998
Keetie A. SLUYTERMAN, The Internationalisation of Dutch Accounting Firms, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 1-21
Michael FRENCH, Public Policy and British Commercial Vehicles during the Export Drive Era, 1945-50, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 22-44
Carlo MORELLI, Constructing a Balance between Price and Non-Price Competition in British Multiple Food Retailing, 1954-64, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 45-61
Nick TIRATSOO; Jim TOMLINSON, 'An Old Story, Freshly Told'? A Comment on Broadberry and Crafts' Approach to Britain's Early Post-War Ecnomic Performance, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 62-72
S.N. BROADBERRY; N.F.R. CRAFTS, The Post-War Settlement: Not Such a Good Bargain After All, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 73-79
Francesca CARNEVALI, A Review of Italian Business History from 1991 to 1997, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 80-94
Trevor BOYNS, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1996, in: Business History 40/2, 1998, p. 95-114
   Book Reviews, p. 115
Business History 40/3, 1998
Clive BEHAGG, Mass Production without the Factory. Craft Producers, Guns and Small Firm Innovation, 1790-1815, in: Business History 40/3, 1998, p. 1-15
Priscilla ROBERTS, Willard D. Straight and the Diplomacy of International Finance during the First World War, in: Business History 40/3, 1998, p. 16-47
Andrew FISH; Michael SCHWARTZ, Just-in-Time Inventories in Old Detroit, in: Business History 40/3, 1998, p. 48-71
Derek MATTHEWS, The Business Doctors: Accountants in British Management from the Nineteenth Century to the Present Day, in: Business History 40/3, 1998, p. 72-103
Kosmas TSOKHAS, The Australian Mining Industry Council, 1967-75, in: Business History 40/3, 1998, p. 104-128
   Book Reviews, p. 129
Business History 40/4, 1998
Gary AKEHURST; Nicholas ALEXANDER, The Emergence of Modern Retailing, 1750-1950, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 1-15
Joshua BAMFIELD, Consumer-Owned Community Flour and Bread Societies in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 16-36
Christina FOWLER, Changes in Provincial Retail Practice during the Eighteenth Century, with particular reference to Central-Southern England, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 37-54
Martin PURVIS, Stocking the Store: Co-operative Retailers in North-East England and Systems of Wholesale Supply, c. 1860-77, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 55-78
Andrew ALEXANDER; John BENSON; John JONES; Gareth SHAW, Structural and Spatial Trends in British Retailing: The Importance of Firm-Level Studies, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 79-93
Deborah HODSON, 'The Municipal Store': Adaptation and Development in Retail Markets of Nineteenth-Century Urban Lancashire, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 94-114
Matthew HILTON, Retailing History as Economic and Cultural History: Strategies of Survival by Special Tobacconists in the Mass Market, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 115-137
Jonathan MORRIS, The Fascist 'Disciplining' of the Italian Retail Sector, 1922-40, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 138-164
   Abstracts, in: Business History 40/4, 1998, p. 165-168
   Book Reviews, p. 169

Business History 41/1, 1999
John SMAIL, The Sources of Innovation in the Woollen and Worsted Industry of Eighteenth-Century Yorkshire, in: Business History 41/1, 1999, p. 1-15
Tom NICHOLAS, Wealth-Making in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Britain: Industry versus Commerce and Finance, in: Business History 41/1, 1999, p. 16-36
Forrest CAPIE; Michael COLLINS, Banks, Industry and Finance, 1880-1914, in: Business History 41/1, 1999, p. 37-62
Philip OLLERENSHAW, Textile Business in Europe during the First World War: The Linen Industry, 1914-18, in: Business History 41/1, 1999, p. 63-87
Mairi MACLEAN, Corporate Governance in France and the UK: Long-Term Perspectives on Contemporary Institutional Arrangements, in: Business History 41/1, 1999, p. 88-116
B.W.E. ALFORD, The Study of Big Business: Lessons from the Past [Review Article], in: Business History 41/1, 1999, p. 117-122
   Book Reviews, p. 123
Business History 41/2, 1999
Michael FRENCH, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1997, in: Business History 41/2, 1999, p. 1-16
Christine MACLEOD, Negotiating the Rewards of Invention: The Shop-Floor Investor in Victorian Britain, in: Business History 41/2, 1999, p. 17-36
Antje HAGEN, German Direct Investment in the United Kingdom, 1871-1918, in: Business History 41/2, 1999, p. 37-68
Geoffrey JONES; Judith WALE, Diversification Strategies of British Trading Companies: Harrisons & Crosfield, c. 1900-c. 1980, in: Business History 41/2, 1999, p. 69-101
David J. JEREMY; Geoffrey TWEEDALE, Compensating the Workers: Industrial Injury and Compensation in the British Asbestos Industry, 1930s-60s, in: Business History 41/2, 1999, p. 102-120
   Book Reviews, p. 121
Business History 41/3, 1999
Stefania LICINI, Francesco Saverio Amman: An Austrian Cotton Entrepreneur in Lombardy, 1838-82, in: Business History 41/3, 1999, p. 1-20
Sue BOWDEN; David M. HIGGINS, 'Productivity on the Cheap'? The 'More Looms' Experiment and the Lancashire Weaving Industry during the Inter-War Years, in: Business History 41/3, 1999, p. 20-41
Sally M. HORROCKS, Enthusiasm Constrained? British Industrial R & D and the Transition from War to Peace, 1942-51, in: Business History 41/3, 1999, p. 42-63
Ian CLARK, Institutional Stability in Management Practice and Industrial Relations: The Influence of the Anglo-American Council for Productivity, 1948-52, in: Business History 41/3, 1999, p. 64-92
Roger LLOYD JONES; M.J. LEWIS; Mark EASON, Culture as Metaphor: Company Culture and Business Strategy at Raleigh Industries, c. 1945-60, in: Business History 41/3, 1999, p. 93-133
Marek KORCZYNSKI, The Restrictive Practices of Capital: Employer Commercial Opportunism, Labour Militancy and Economic Performance in the Engineering Construction Industry, 1960-80, in: Business History 41/3, 1999, p. 134-160
   Book Reviews, p. 161
Business History 41/4, 1999
M. MARINETTO, The Historical Development of Business Philanthropy: Social Responsibility in the New Corporate Economy, in: Business History 41/4, 1999, p. 1-20
David SUNDERLAND, 'Objectional Parasites': The Crown Agents and the Purchase of Crown Colony Government Stores, 1880-1914, in: Business History 41/4, 1999, p. 21-47
Priscilla CONNOLLY, Pearson and the Public Works Construciton in Mexico, 1890-1910, in: Business History 41/4, 1999, p. 48-71
Pérez P. FERNÁNDEZ, Challenging the Loss of an Empire: Gonzáles & Byass of Jerez, in: Business History 41/4, 1999, p. 72-87
Peter WARDLEY, The Emergence of Big Business: The Largest Employers of Labour in the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States in circa 1907, in: Business History 41/4, 1999, p. 88-116
   Book Reviews, p. 117

Business History 42/1, 2000
Roy CHURCH, Ossified or Dynamic? Structure, Markets and the Competetive Process in the British Business System of the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 42/1, 2000, p. 1-21
Peter HOWLETT, Evidence of the Existence of an Internal Labour Market in theGreat Eastern Railway Company, 1875-1905, in: Business History 42/1, 2000, p. 22-40
Simon VILLE; Grant FLEMING, The Nature and Structure of Trade-Financial Networks: Evidence from the New Zealand Pastoral Sector, in: Business History 42/1, 2000, p. 41-58
David HIGGINS; Steven TOMS, Public Subsidy and Private Investment: The Lancashire Cotton Textile Industry, c. 1950-c. 1965, in: Business History 42/1, 2000, p. 59-84
Christopher WRIGHT, From Shopfloor to Boardroom: The Historical Evolution of Australian Management Consulting, 1940s to 1980s, in: Business History 42/1, 2000, p. 85-106
   Book Reviews, p. 107
Business History 42/2, 2000
Duncan ROSS, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1998 [Review Article], in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 1-16
David Charles LEWIS; Karl James MOORE, Multinational Enterprise in Ancient Phoenicia, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 17-42
Scott R. FLETCHER; Andrew GODLEY, Foreign Direct Investment in British Retailing, 1850-1962, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 43-62
Charles HARVEY; Jon PRESS, Management and the Taff Vale Strike of 1900, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 63-86
O. de WIT; J. van den ENDE, The Emergence of a New Regime: Business Management and Office Mechanisation in the Dutch Financial Sector in the 1920s, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 87-118
Trevor BUCK; Malcolm TULL, Anglo-American Contributions to Japanese and German Corporate Governance after World War Two, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 119-140
W.D. RUBINSTEIN, Wealth Making in the Late Nineteent and Early Twentieth Centuries: A Response, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 141-154
Tom NICHOLAS, Wealth Making in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century: The Rubinstein Hypothesis Revisited, in: Business History 42/2, 2000, p. 155-168
   Book Reviews, p. 169
Business History 42/3, 2000
D.T. MERRETT, Business Institutions and Behaviour in Australia: A New Perspective, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 1-12
Simon VILLE; D.T. MERRETT, The Development of Large Scale Enterprise in Australia, 1910-64, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 13-46
Grant FLEMING, Collusion and Prive Wars in the Australian Coal Industry during the Late Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 47-70
Peter BURN, Opportunism and Long-Term Contracting: Transactions in Broken Hill Zinc Concentrates in the 1930s, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 71-88
Helen FOUNTAIN, Technology Acquisition, Firm Capability and Sustainable Competetive Advantage: A Case Study of Australian Glass Manufacturers, Let., 1915-39, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 89-108
Diane HUTCHINSON, The Transformation of Boral: From Dependent, Specialist Bitumen Refiner to Major Building Products Manufacturer, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 109-132
D.T. MERRETT; Andrew SELTZER, Work in the Financial Services Industry and Worker Monitoring: A Stuy in the Union Bank of Australia in the 1920s, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 133-152
   Abstracts, in: Business History 42/3, 2000, p. 153-155
   Book Reviews, p. 156
Business History 42/4, 2000
Michael TURNER, Corporate Strategy or Individual Priority? Land Management, Income and Tenure on Oxbridge Agricultural Land in the Mid-Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 42/4, 2000, p. 1-26
Laura STANCIU, Free-Standing Companiesi n the Oil Sector in Romania and Poland before 1948: Typologies and Competencies, in: Business History 42/4, 2000, p. 27-66
A.I.M. FLEMING; S. MCKINSTRY; K. WALLACE, The Decline and Fall of the North British Locomotive Company, 1940-62: Technological and Financial Mismanagement or Institutional Failure?, in: Business History 42/4, 2000, p. 67-90
Alan MCKINLAY; Helen MERCER; Neil ROLLINGS, Reluctant Europeans? The Federation of British Industries and European Integration, 1945-63, in: Business History 42/4, 2000, p. 91-116
Nick TIRATSOO, The United States Technical Assistance Programme in Japan, 1955-62, in: Business History 42/4, 2000, p. 117-136
Mark ALBRIGHTON; Mike WRIGHT; Ken ROBBIE; Brian CHIPLIN, The Development of an Organisational Innovation: Management Buy-Outs in the UK, 1980-97, in: Business History 42/4, 2000, p. 137-184
   Book Reviews, p. 185

Business History 43/1, 2001
Caroline FOHLIN, The Balancing Act of German Universal Banks and English Deposit Banks, 1880-1913, in: Business History 43/1, 2001, p. 1-24
Béla TOMKA, Interlocking Directorates between Banks and Industrial Companies in Hungary at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century, in: Business History 43/1, 2001, p. 25-42
Per H. HANSEN, Bank Regulation in Denmark from 1880 to World War Two: Public Interests and Private Interests, in: Business History 43/1, 2001, p. 43-68
Matthias KIPPING; Ruggero RANIERI; Joost DANKERS, The Emergence of New Competitor Nations in the European Steel Industry: Italy and the Netherlands, 1945-65, in: Business History 43/1, 2001, p. 69-96
Stephen BROADBERRY; Nicholas CRAFTS, Competition and Innovation in 1950s Britain, in: Business History 43/1, 2001, p. 97-118
Katrina HONEYMAN, Engendering Enterprise [Review Article], in: Business History 43/1, 2001, p. 119-126
   Book Reviews, p. 127
Business History 43/2, 2001
Judith WALE, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 1999, in: Business History 43/2, 2001, p. 1-18
Forbes MUNRO; Tony SLAVEN, Networks and Markets in Clyde Shipping: The Donaldsons and the Hogarths, 1870-1939, in: Business History 43/2, 2001, p. 19-50
Kai Yiu CHAN, A Turning Point in China's Comprador System: KMA's Changing Marketing Structure in the Lower Yangzi Region, 1912-25, in: Business History 43/2, 2001, p. 51-72
Peter SCOTT, Industrial Estates and British Industrial Development, 1897-1939, in: Business History 43/2, 2001, p. 73-98
Behlül ÜSDİKEN; Demet ÇETIN, From Betriebswirtschaftslehre to Human Relations: Turkish Management Literature before and after the Second World War, in: Business History 43/2, 2001, p. 99-124
   Book Reviews, p. 125
Business History 43/3, 2001
Robin MACKIE, Family Ownership and Business Survival: Kirkcaldy, 1870-1970, in: Business History 43/3, 2001, p. 1-32
Jonathan REINARZ, 'Fit for Management': Apprenticeship and the English Brewing Industry, 1870-1914, in: Business History 43/3, 2001, p. 33-53
Sue BOWDEN; James FOREMAN-PECK; Tom RICHARDSON, The Post-War Productivity Failure: Insights from Oxford (Cowley), in: Business History 43/3, 2001, p. 54-78
Martin BOLDT-CHRISTMAS; Siv Fagerland JACOBSEN; Adrian E. TSCHOEGL, The Internationals Expansion of the Norwegian Banks, in: Business History 43/3, 2001, p. 79-104
David J. JEREMY; Douglas A. FARNIE, The Ranking of Firms, the Counting of Employees and the Classification of Data: A Cautionary Note, in: Business History 43/3, 2001, p. 105-118
Peter WARDLEY, On the Ranking of Firms: A Response to Jeremy and Farnie, in: Business History 43/3, 2001, p. 119-134
   Book Reviews, p. 135
Business History 43/4, 2001
Michael COLLINS; Mae BAKER, Sectoral Differences in English Bank Asset Structures and the Impact of Mergers, 1860-1913, in: Business History 43/4, 2001, p. 1-28
Byron D. CANNON, Mortgage Banking Strategies in Egypt, 1880-1914: Crédit Foncier Egyptien Investment and Local Borrowing, in: Business History 43/4, 2001, p. 29-47
Sérgio de Oliveira BIRCHAL, The Transfer of Technology to Latecomer Economies in the Nineteenth Century: The Case of Minas Gerais, Brazil, in: Business History 43/4, 2001, p. 48-67
Armin GRÜNBACHER, The Early Years of a German Institution: The Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau in the 1950s, in: Business History 43/4, 2001, p. 68-86
Brian R. CHEFFINS, History and the Global Corporate Governance Revolution: The UK Perspective, in: Business History 43/4, 2001, p. 87-118
   Book Reviews, p. 119

Business History 44/1, 2002
John BOOKER; Russell CRAIG, Balancing Debt in the Absence of Money: Documentary Credit in New South Wales, 1817-20, in: Business History 44/1, 2002, p. 1-20
Alastair OWENS, Inheritance and the Life-Cycle of Family Firms in the Early Industrial Revolution, in: Business History 44/1, 2002, p. 21-46
John BENSON, Coalowners, Coalminers and Compulsion: Pit Clubs in England, 1860-80, in: Business History 44/1, 2002, p. 47-60
Joaquim CUEVAS, Banking Growth and Industry Financing in Spain during the Nineteenth Century, in: Business History 44/1, 2002, p. 6194
Oliver M. WESTALL, The History of Insurance [Review Article], in: Business History 44/1, 2002, p. 95-98
   Book Reviews, p. 99
Business History 44/2, 2002
Steven TOMS, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 2000, in: Business History 44/2, 2002, p. 1-18
Andrew POPP, Barriers to Innovation in Marketing in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: Merchant-Manufacturer Relationships, in: Business History 44/2, 2002, p. 19-39
Ioanna Pepelasis MINOGLOU, Between Informal Networks and Formal Contracts: International Investment in Greece during the 1920s, in: Business History 44/2, 2002, p. 40-64
David MERRETT, Australian Firms Abroad before 1970: Why So Few, Why Those, and Why There?, in: Business History 44/2, 2002, p. 65-87
Sverre KNUTSEN; Einar LIE, Financial Fragility, Growth Strategies and Banking Failures: The Major Norwegian Banks and the Banking Crisis, 1987-92, in: Business History 44/2, 2002, p. 88-111
   Book Reviews, p. 112
Business History 44/3, 2002
Teresa da SILVA LOPES, Brands and the Evolution of Multinationals in Alcoholic Beverages, in: Business History 44/3, 2002, p. 1-30
Sue BOWDEN, Ownership Responsibilities and Corporate Governance: The Crisis at Rolls Royce, 1968-71, in: Business History 44/3, 2002, p. 31-62
Hugo van DRIEL, Innovation and Integration in Mineral Bulk Handling in the Port of Rotterdam, 1886-1923, in: Business History 44/3, 2002, p. 63-90
Steve TOMS; Mike WRIGHT, Corporate Governance, Strategy and Structure in British Business History, 1950-2000, in: Business History 44/3, 2002, p. 91-124
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 44/3, 2002, p. 125
Business History 44/4, 2002
Robin PEARSON, Mutuality Tested: The Rise and Fall of Mutual Fire Insurance Offices in Eighteenth-Century London, in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 1-28
Javier Vidal OLIVARES; Pedro Pablo ORTÚÑEZ, The Internationalisation of Ownership of the Spanish Railway Companies, 1858-1936, in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 29-54
Ferry de GOEY, Henri Deterding, Royal Dutch / Shell and the Dutch Market for Petrol, 1902-46, in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 55-84
Gordon BOYCE; Larry LEPPER, Assessing Information Quality Theories: The USSCo. Joint Venture with William Holyman & Sons and Huddart Parket Ltd., 1904-35, in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 85-120
John SINGLETON, British Engineering and the New Zealand Market, 1945-60, in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 121-140
Alan BOOTH, The Economic Development of Modern Japan [Review Article], in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 141-145
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 44/4, 2002, p. 146

Business History 45/1, 2003
Roy CHURCH; Andrew GODLEY, The Emergence of Modern Marketing: International Dimensions, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 1-5
Pamela PILBEAM, Madame Tussaud and the Business of Wax: Marketing to the Middle Classes, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 6-22
Roy CHURCH; Christine CLARK, Purposive Strategy or Serendipity? Development and Diversificatin in Three Consumer Product Companies, 1918-39: J. & J. Colman, Reckitt & Sons and Lever Bros./Unilever, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 23-59
Sally CLARKE, Closing the Deal: GM's Marketing Dilemma and Its Franchised Dealers, 1921-41, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 60-79
Andrew GODLEY, Foreign Multinationals and Innovation in British Retailing, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 80-100
Gerben BAKKER, Building Knowledge about the Consumer: The Emergence of Market Research in the Motion Picture Industry, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 101-127
Hartmut BERGHOFF, 'Times Change and We Change with Them': The German Advertising Industry in the Third Reich – Between Professional Self-Interest and Political Repression, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 128-147
   Abstracts, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 148-150
Janet HUNTER, The Economic Development of Modern Japan [Review Article], in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 151-154
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 45/1, 2003, p. 155
Business History 45/2, 2003
Mansel G. BLACKFORD, British Business History: A Review of the Periodical Literature for 2001, in: Business History 45/2, 2003, p. 1-14
Howard COX; Huang BIAO; Stuart METCALFE, Compradors, Firm Architecture and the 'Reinvention' of British Trading Companies: John Swire & Sons' Operations in Early Twentieth-Century China, in: Business History 45/2, 2003, p. 15-34
Jeff HORNIBROOK, Riding the Riger: Merchant-State Alliance in a Coalmine Modernisation Scheme, in: Business History 45/2, 2003, p. 35-51
Gordon BOYCE, Network Knowledge and Network Routines: Negotiating Activites between Shipowners and Shipbuilders, in: Business History 45/2, 2003, p. 52-76
Hugo van DRIEL, The Role of Middlemen in the International Coffee Trade since 1870: The Dutch Case, in: Business History 45/2, 2003, p. 77-101
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 45/2, 2003, p. 102
Business History 45/3, 2003
Susanna FELLMAN, The Role of Internal labour Markets and Social Networks in the Recruitment of Top Managers in Finnish Manufacturing Firms, 1900-1975, in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 1-21
Alfred RECKENDREES, From Cartel Regulation to Monopolistic Control? The Founding of the German 'Steel Trust' in 1926 and its Effect on Market Regulation, in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 22-51
David M. HIGGINS, British Manufacturing Performance, 1950-79: Implications for the Productivitiy Debate and the Post-War Consensus, in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 52-71
S.R.H. JONES, Brand Building and Structural Change in the Scotch Whisky Industry since 1975, in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 72-89
Núria PUIG, The Search for Identity: Spanish Perfume in the Internaitonal Market, in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 90-118
Eric JONES, The East Asian Miracle [Review Article], in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 119-124
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 45/3, 2003, p. 125
Business History 45/4, 2003
Steven TOMS; John F. WILSON, Scale, Scope and Accountability: Towards a New Paradigm of British Business History, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 1-23
Mark MATTHEWS; Trevor BOYNS; John Richard EDWARDS, Chandlerian Image or Mirror Image: Managerial and Accounting Control in the Chemical Industry: The Case of Albright & Wilson, c. 1892 to c. 1923, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 24-52
Nick TIRATSOO, materials Handling in British industry, 1945-c. 1975: The Anatomy of a Manufacturing Fundamental, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 53-72
Elena San ROMÀN; Carles SUDRIÁ, Synthetic Fuels in Spain, 1946-66: The Failure of Franco's Autarkic Dream, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 73-88
Walter A. FRIEDMAN; Richard S. TEDLOW, Statistical Portraits of American Business Elites: A Review Essay, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 89-113
Mira WILKINS, The Selected Essays of John H. Dunning, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 114-118
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 45/4, 2003, p. 119

Business History 46/1, 2004
Charles HARVEY, Editorial: Tribute to Geoffrey Jones, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. XI-XIII
Maggie MORT; Graham SPINARDI, Defence and the Decline of UK Mechanical Engineering: The Case of Vickers at Barrow, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. 1-22
Bernardo BÁTIZ-LAZO, Strategic Alliances and Competetive Edge: Insights from Spanish and UK Banking Histories, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. 23-56
Andrew JENKINS, Government Intervention in the British Gas Industry, 1948 to 1970, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. 57-78
Paloma FERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ; Núria PUIG, Knowledge and Training in Family Firms of the European Periphery: Spain in the Eighteenth to Twentieth Centuries, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. 79-99
Geoffrey JONES; Alison KRAFT, Corporate Venturing: The Origins of Unilever's Pregnancy Test, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. 100-122
   Book Reviews, in: Business History 46/1, 2004, p. 123
Business History 46/2, 2004
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