The Evolution of Global Paper Industry 1800¬–2050: A Comparative Analysis

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Juha-Antti Lamberg, Jari Ojala, Mirva Peltoniemi, Timo Särkkä
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 22, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 378 pages
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This book presents an historical analysis of the global paper industry evolution from a comparative perspective. At the centre are 16 producing countries (Finland, Sweden, Norway, the USA, Germany, Canada, Japan, the UK, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Chile, Brazil, Uruguay and Russia). A comparative study of the paper industry evolution can achieve the following important research objectives. First, we can identify the country specific historical features of paper industry evolution and compare them to the general business trends explicable by existing theoretical knowledge. Second, we can identify and isolate the factors causing both the rise and fall of industrial populations. Third, a shared research agenda can produce an intensive analysis of global industry dynamics. Finally, an extended research period of 250 years can identify what is truly unique in the paper industry evolution and the extent to which it took the same path as other important manufacturing industries.

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Research on Evolution and the Global History of Pulp and Paper Industry An Introduction
The Evolution of Pulp and Paper Industries in Finland Sweden and Norway 18002005
Waves of Technological Innovation The Evolution of the US Pulp and Paper Industry 18602000
The Paper Industry in Germany 18002000
An Accomplished History An Uncertain Future Canadas Pulp and Paper Industry Since the Early 1800s
From the NonEuropean Tradition to a Variation on the Japanese Competitiveness Model The Modern Japanese Paper Industry Since the 1870s
The British Paper Industry 18002000
The Paper and Board Industry in the Netherlands 18002000
Is There a Southern European Model? Development of the Pulp and Paper Industry in Italy Spain and Portugal 18002010
The South American Pulp and Paper Industry The Cases Brazil Chile and Uruguay
The Pulp and Paper Industry Evolution in Russia A Road of Many Transitions
Global Demand for Paper Products 20062050
The Evolution of the Global Paper Industry Concluding Remarks

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