2007 - 4 (July)

Articles in this issue

  • Editor's Introduction
    Pages: 763 - 764
  • The Accidental Business Historian
    Pages: 765 - 776
  • The Soul of the Service Economy: Wal-Mart and the Making of Christian Free Enterprise, 1929-1994
    Pages: 777 - 783
  • The Iron Horse Turns South: A History of Antebellum Southern Railroads
    Pages: 784 - 789
  • Making Tobacco Bright: Institutions, information and Industrialization in the Creation of an Agricultural Commodity, 1617-1937
    Pages: 790 - 798
  • The New England Cod Fishing Industry and Maritime Dimensions of the American Revolution
    Pages: 799 - 806
  • Converting Academic Expertize into Industrial Innovation: University-based Research at Solvay and Gevaert, 1900-1970
    Pages: 807 - 841
  • Bankers, Industrialists and their Cliques: Elite Networks in Mexico and Brazil during Early Industrialization
    Pages: 842 - 880
  • Jealous Monopolists? British Banks and Responses to the Macmillan Gap during the 1930s
    Pages: 881 - 919
  • Organizational Culture an Organizational Change: The Transformation of Saving Banks in Denmark, 1965-1990
    Pages: 920 - 953
  • [Book Review by Regina Lee Blaszczyk]
    Man Appeal: Advertising, Modernism and Menswear
    Pages: 954 - 956
  • [Book Review by Rodney Carlisle]
    Rulers, Guns and Money: The Global Arms Trade in the Age of Imperialism
    Pages: 956 - 958
  • [Book Review by David Hochfelder]
    Power, Speed and Form: Engineers and the Making of the Twentieth Century
    Pages: 958 - 960
  • [Book Review by Jeffrey P. Miller]
    Meals to Come: A History of the Future of Food
    Pages: 960 - 962
  • [Book Review by Wendy Cukier]
    Women, Gender and Technology
    Pages: 962 - 964
  • [Book Review by Simone Selva]
    Cultural Continuity in Advanced Economies: Britain and the US versus Continental Europe
    Pages: 964 - 966
  • [Book Review by Richard Sylla]
    Breaking Open Japan: Commodore Perry, Lord Abe and American Imperialism in 1853
    Pages: 967 - 968
  • [Book Review by Werner Bührer]
    GN Store Nord. A Company in Transition, 1939-1988
    Pages: 969 - 970
  • [Book Review by Robert Millward]
    The Official History of Britain and the Channel Tunnel
    Pages: 970 - 972
  • [Book Review by M. Stephen Salmon]
    North-East England, 1850-1914: The Dynamics of a Maritime-Industrial Region
    Pages: 973 - 975
  • [Book Review by Louise A. Jackson]
    Notorious Murders, Black Lanterns & Moveable Goods: The Transformation of Edinburgh's Underworld in the Early Nineteenth Century
    Pages: 975 - 977
  • [Book Review by Tom Downey]
    Plantation Enterprise in Colonial South carolina
    Pages: 977 - 979
  • [Book Review by Dr. Franklin Noll]
    The Limits of Sovereignty: Property Confiscation in the Union and the Confederacy during the Civil War
    Pages: 979 - 981
  • [Book Review by J. Andrew Ross]
    Americanizing the Movies and "Movie-Mad"
    Pages: 981 - 983
  • [Book Review by Kathleen D. McCarthy]
    Mrs. Russell Sage: Women's Activism and Philanthropy in Gilded Age and Progressive Era America
    Pages: 984 - 986
  • [Book Review by Kim Phillips-Fein]
    Ronald Reagan: Fate, Freedom and Making of History
    Pages: 986 - 988