International Bibliography of Business History

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Francis Goodall, Terry Gourvish, Steven Tolliday
Routledge, Dec 16, 2013 - Business & Economics - 688 pages
The field of business history has changed and grown dramatically over the last few years. There is less interest in the traditional `company-centred' approach and more concern about the wider business context. With the growth of multi-national corporations in the 1980s, international and inter-firm comparisons have gained in importance. In addition, there has been a move towards improving links with mainstream economic, financial and social history through techniques and outlook. The International Bibliography of Business History brings all of the strands together and provides the user with a comprehensive guide to the literature in the field.
The Bibliography is a unique volume which covers the depth and breadth of research in business history. This exhaustive volume has been compiled by a team of subject specialists from around the world under the editorship of three prestigious business historians.
 

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Editors Goodall et al. (London School of Economics) have assembled an international collection of annotated titles in business history, ranging from single company histories to histories of numerous ... Read full review

Contents

General Sources
1
Primary and Extractive Industries
23
Traditional and Heavy Industries
75
Light Manufacturing Industries
181
Trade and Distribution
265
Banking and Finance
303
Utilities Transport other Services
375
Strategy Structure Approaches to Business History
475
Entrepreneurship and Management
515
Index of Authors
597
Index of Firms
629
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Dr Terry Gourvish is the Director of the Business History Unit at the London School of Economics. Francis Goodall is also at the Business History Unit. Professor Steven Tolliday is based at the Department of Economic and Social History at the University of Leeds.

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