2007 - 3 (September)

Articles in this issue

  • A New Wave in the History of Corporate Governance
    Pages: 475 - 488
  • The Expansion of the U.S. Stock Market, 1885-1930: Historical Facts and Theoretical Fashions
    Pages: 489 - 542
  • Business Groups and the Big Push: Meiji Japan's Mass Privatization and Subsequent Growth
    Pages: 543 - 601
  • Does Civil Law Tradition And Universal Banking Crowd out Securities Markets? Pre-World War I Germany as Counter-Example
    Pages: 602 - 641
  • Pioneering Modern Corporate Governance: A View from London in 1900
    Pages: 642 - 686
  • Putting the Corporation in its Place
    Pages: 687 - 729
  • [Book Review by Craig H. Roell]
    The Marketplace of Christianity
    Pages: 730 - 732
  • [Book Review by Robert Friedel]
    How Invention Begins: Echoes of Old Voices in the Rise of the Machines
    Pages: 732 - 734
  • [Book Review by John J. McCusker]
    Caribbean Rum: A Social an Economic History
    Pages: 734 - 736
  • [Book Review by Victor J. Rodriquez]
    Chewing Gum: The Fortunes of Taste
    Pages: 736 - 738
  • [Book Review by Janet Greenlees]
    Women, Business and Finance in Nineteenth-Century Europe: Rethinking Separate Spheres
    Pages: 738 - 740
  • [Book Review by Youssef Cassis]
    Les Grands Banquiers Belges: (1830-1935) Portrait Collectif d'une élite
    Pages: 741 - 742
  • [Book Review by Terry Gourvish]
    Government, the Railways and the Modernization of Britain: Beechings's Last Trains
    Pages: 743 - 744
  • [Book Review by John L. Neufeld]
    A Most Amazing Scene of Wonders: Electricity and Enlightenment in Early America
    Pages: 745 - 747
  • [Book Review by Lynne Moulton]
    A Culture of Credit: Embedding Trust and Transparency in American Business
    Pages: 747 - 749
  • [Book Review by David Gerber]
    The Postal Age: The Emergence of Modern Communications in Nineteenth-Century America
    Pages: 749 - 751
  • [Book Review by Roger Grant]
    The Best Transportation System in the World: Railroads, Trucks, Airlines, and American Public Policy in the Twentieth Century
    Pages: 751 - 753
  • [Book Review by Susan Matt]
    Sold American: Consumption and Citizenship, 1890-1945
    Pages: 753 - 755
  • [Book Review by Jennifer R. Green]
    Becoming Bourgeois: Merchant Culture in the South, 1820-1865
    Pages: 756 - 758
  • [Book Review by Daniel Holt]
    The First Wall Street: Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, & The Birth of American Finance
    Pages: 758 - 760
  • [Book Review by Angel Kwolek-Folland]
    Love for Sale: Courting, Treating, and Prostitution in New York City,1900-1945
    Pages: 760 - 762