2007 - 2 (June)

Articles in this issue

  • Doing Business History in the Age of Globel Climate Change
    Pages: 221 - 226
  • Extraction Not Creation: The History of Offshore Petroleum in the Gulf of Mexico
    Pages: 227 - 267
  • Piercing the Corporate Veil: Cape Industries and Multinational Corporate Liability for a Toxic Hazard, 1950-2004
    Pages: 268 - 296
  • The Role of Pollution Regulation and Litigation in the Development of the U.S. Meatpacking Industry, 1865-1880
    Pages: 297 - 347
  • How did the Invisible Hand Handle Industrial Waste? Byproduct Development before the Modern Environmental Era
    Pages: 348 - 374
  • Negotiating Innovation in a Market Economy: Foodstuffs and Beverages Adulteration in Nineteenth-Century France
    Pages: 375 - 412
  • [Review Essay by Glenn Porter]
    Eugenic Design: Steamlining America in the 1930s
    Pages: 413 - 420
  • [Review Essay by Glenn Porter]
    American Streamlined Design: The World of Tomorrow
    Pages: 414 - 420
  • [Book Review by R. Daniel Wadjwani]
    Entrepreneurship in Theory and History
    Pages: 421 - 424
  • [Book Review by Lisa Jacobson]
    Consuming Cultures, Global Perspectives: Historical Trajectories, Transnational Exchanges
    Pages: 424 - 426
  • [Book Review by Roger Horowitz]
    Taste, Trade and Technology: The Development of the International Meat Industry since 1840
    Pages: 426 - 428
  • [Book Review by William T. Rowe]
    China Upside Down: Currency, Society and Ideologies, 1808-1856
    Pages: 428 - 430
  • [Book Review by Michelle Craig McDonald]
    From Silver to Cocaine: Latin American Commodity Chains and the Building of the World Economy, 1500-2000
    Pages: 431 - 433
  • [Book Review by Charles Jones]
    Market Reform in Society: Post-Crisis Politics and Economics Change in Authoritarian Peru
    Pages: 433 - 435
  • [Book Review by Nancy Packer]
    A Foot in the Pat: Consumers, Producers and Footwear in the Long Eighteenth Century
    Pages: 435 - 437
  • [Book Review by Deborah Levine]
    Financing Medicine: The British Experience since 1750
    Pages: 437 - 439
  • [Book Review by Alan Booth]
    The Making of Modern Management: British Management in Historical Perspective
    Pages: 439 - 441
  • [Book Review by Thomas C. Lassman]
    80 Years of Research at the Philips Natuurkundig Laboratorium, 1914-1994
    Pages: 441 - 444
  • [Book Review by Harm G. Schröter]
    Industrielle Revolution in Deutschland: Regionen als Wachstumsmotoren
    Pages: 444 - 446
  • [Book Review by Jeffrey Fear]
    Die mitteldeutsche Chemieindustrie und ihre Arbeiter im 20. Jahrhundert
    Pages: 447 - 449
  • [Book Review by Clayton Black]
    Worker Resistance under Stalin: Class and Revolution on the Shop Floor
    Pages: 449 - 451
  • [Book Review by Greig Mordue]
    Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry, 1960-1971
    Pages: 451 - 453
  • [Book Review by Brian King]
    In China's Shadow: The Crisis of American Entrepreneurship
    Pages: 453 - 455
  • [Book Review by Gerald Friedman]
    Nations, Markets, and War: Modern History and the American Civil War
    Pages: 455 - 457
  • [Book Review by Eileen Wallis]
    Capital Intentions: Female Proprietors in San Fransicso, 1850-1920
    Pages: 457 - 459
  • [Book Review by William J. Hausman]
    Building New Deal Liberalism: The Political Economy of Public Works, 1933-1956
    Pages: 459 - 461
  • [Book Review by Marc J. Stern]
    Waves of Opposition: Labor and the Struggle for Democratic Radio
    Pages: 461 - 463
  • [Book Review by Karen Russel Miller]
    From Submarines to Suburbs: Selling a Better America, 1939-1959
    Pages: 463 - 465
  • [Book Review by Mark Tebeau]
    Asbestos and Fire: Technological Tradeoffs and the Body at Risk
    Pages: 465 - 467
  • [Book Review by Dan Jacoby]
    Learning on the Job: When Business Takes on Public Schools
    Pages: 467 - 469
  • [Book Review by Randall L. Patton]
    Resorting to Casinos: The Mississippi Gambling Industry
    Pages: 470 - 472
  • [Book Review by Jennifer Pattison Bartholomew]
    From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism
    Pages: 472 - 474