2006 - 1 (March)

Articles in this issue

  • Theoretical Introduction to the Special Issue on the Embedded Enterprise
    Pages: 1 - 18
  • Pyramids of Trust: Social Embeddedness and Political Culture in Two Italian Gold Jewelry Districts
    Pages: 19 - 58
  • Disembedding Socialist Firms as a Statist Project: Restructuring the Chinese Oil Industry, 1997-2002
    Pages: 59 - 97
  • Rescuing Business through Transnationalism: Embedded Chinese Enterprise and Nationalist Activities in Singapore in the 1930s Great Depression
    Pages: 98 - 127
  • Escaping the Japanese Pyramid: The Association of Small and Medium Sized Enterprise Entrepreneurs (SME Doyukai), 1947-1999
    Pages: 128 - 164
  • [Book Review by Susan Ariel Aaronson]
    Origins and Growth of the Global Economy: From the Fifteenth Century Onward
    Pages: 164 - 166
  • [Book Review by Michael Huberman]
    The Fibre That Changed the World: The Cotton Industry in International Perspective, 1600-1900s
    Pages: 166 - 168
  • [Book Review by Peter Wardley]
    Multinationals and Global Capitalism: From the Nineteenth Century to the Twenty-First Century
    Pages: 168 - 170
  • [Book Review by Michael J. Twomey]
    Leviathans: Multinational Corporations and the New Global History
    Pages: 170 - 172
  • [Book Review by Roger Middleton]
    Schumpeter's Market: Enterprise and Evolution
    Pages: 172 - 174
  • [Book Review by Kwan Man Bun]
    How Cartels Endure and How They Fail: Studies of Industrial Collusion
    Pages: 174 - 176
  • [Book Review by Daniel Friel]
    How Institutions Evolve: The Political Economy of Skills in Germany, Britain, the United States, and Japan
    Pages: 177 - 179
  • [Book Review by Daniel Jacoby]
    Origins of the Modern Career
    Pages: 179 - 181
  • [Book Review by Gary Herrigel]
    The Embedded Corporation: Corporate Governance and EmploymentRelations in Japan and the United States
    Pages: 181 - 183
  • [Book Review by Patrick Clawson]
    The Politics of Islamic Finance
    Pages: 183 - 185
  • [Book Review by Jules R. Benjamin]
    Tropical Babylons: Sugar and the Making of the Atlantic World,1450-1680
    Pages: 185 - 187
  • [Book Review by Jaime de Melo]
    The Political Economy of Protection: Theory and the Chilean Experience
    Pages: 187 - 189
  • [Book Review by Jukka Gronow]
    A Social History of Soviet Trade: Trade Policy, Retail Practices, and Consumption, 1917-1953
    Pages: 189 - 191
  • [Book Review by Stephen Crowley]
    Organized Labor In Postcommunist States: From Solidarity to Infirmity
    Pages: 191 - 193
  • [Book Review by Marc W. Steinberg]
    Writings of the Luddites
    Pages: 193 - 195
  • [Book Review by Andrew Jenkins]
    Demons of Domesticity: Women and the English Gas Industry, 1889-1939
    Pages: 195 - 197
  • [Book Review by Nicholas Alexander]
    Mail Order Retailing in Britain: A Business and Social History
    Pages: 197 - 199
  • [Book Review by Nicholas Alexander]
    Building Plants: Markets for Technology and Internal Capabilities in DSM's Fertiliser Business, 1925-1970
    Pages: 199 - 201
  • [Book Review by Franco Amatori]
    Americanization of the European Economy: A Compact Survey of the American Economic Influence in Europe since the 1880s
    Pages: 201 - 203
  • [Book Review by Anne N. Greene]
    The Carriage Trade: Making Horse-Drawn Vehicles in America
    Pages: 203 - 205
  • [Book Review by Bruce Sinclair]
    Lives of the Philadelphia Engineers: Capital, Class, and Revolution, 1830-1890
    Pages: 205 - 208
  • [Book Review by Marilyn Casto]
    Coals and Culture: Opera Houses in Appalacia
    Pages: 208 - 210
  • [Book Review by Aaron W. Marrs]
    The Railroad and the State: War, Politics, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America
    Pages: 210 - 212
  • [Book Review by Tanya Cogan]
    Home on the Rails: Women, the Railroad, and the Rise of Public Domesticity
    Pages: 212 - 214
  • [Book Review by Edie Sparks]
    Paternalism Incorporated: Fables of American Fatherhood, 1865-1940
    Pages: 214 - 216
  • [Book Review by Eileen V. Wallis]
    Orange Empire: California and the Fruits of Eden
    Pages: 216 - 218
  • [Book Review by Tyler Priest]
    Crude Politics: The California Oil Market, 1900-1940
    Pages: 218 - 220
  • [Book Review by Cristine Rosen]
    Diamond: A Struggle for Environmental Justice in Louisiana's Chemical Corridor
    Pages: 221 - 223
  • [Book Review by Elizabeth Fones-Wolf]
    Biz-War and the Out-of-Power Elite: The Progressive-Left Attack on the Corporation
    Pages: 223 - 225