2008 - 4 (December)

Articles in this issue

  • Looking Toward the Future: Expanding Connections for Business Historians
    Pages: 575 - 590
  • The Telephone Patents: Intellectual Property, Business and the Law in the United States and Britain, 1876-1900
    Pages: 591 - 601
  • Building Up Goodwill: British Business, Development and Economic Nationalism in Ghana and Nigeria, 1945-1977
    Pages: 602 - 613
  • Debtor Nation: How Consumer Credit Built Postwar America
    Pages: 614 - 618
  • When Wall Street Met Main Street: The Quest for an Investors' Democracy and the Emergence of the Retail Investor in the United States, 1890-1930
    Pages: 619 - 630
  • Editors' Introduction: Business History and the Middle East: Local Contexts, Multinational Responses - A Special Section of Enterprise & Society
    Pages: 631 - 636
  • Building for the Shah: Market Entry, Political Reality and Risks on the Iranian Market, 1933-1939
    Pages: 637 - 669
  • Synthetics for the Shah: DuPont and the Challenges to Multinationals in 1970s Iran
    Pages: 670 - 723
  • Nestlé in the Ottoman Empire: Global Marketing with Local Flavor 1870-1927
    Pages: 724 - 761
  • Glocal Mediators: Marketing in Egypt during the Open-Door Era (infitah)
    Pages: 762 - 787
  • Did the Protestant Ethic Disappear? The Virtue of Thrift on the Cusp of Postwar Affluence
    Pages: 788 - 815
  • The New York Yankees Cope with the Great Depression
    Pages: 816 - 840
  • [Book Review by Mark Aldrich]
    Troubled Waters: Steamboat Disasters, River Improvements and American Public Policy, 1821-1860
    Pages: 841 - 843
  • [Book Review by J.L. Anderson]
    This Land, This Nation: Conservation, Rural America and the New Deal
    Pages: 843 - 845
  • [Book Review by Brian Black]
    Auto Mania: Cars, Consumers and the Environment
    Pages: 845 - 847
  • [Book Review by Thomas A. Castillo]
    Auto Mechanics: Technology and Expertise in Twentieth Century America
    Pages: 847 - 849
  • [Book Review by Gillian Cookson]
    Creating Capitalism: Joint-Stock Enterprise in British Politics and Culture, 1800-1870
    Pages: 850 - 851
  • [Book Review by C. Wyatt Evans]
    A Nation of Counterfeiters: Capitalists, Con Men and the Making of the United States
    Pages: 852 - 853
  • [Book Review by James Jaffe]
    A Farewell to Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World
    Pages: 854 - 856
  • [Book Review by Anne F. MacLennan]
    Freedom from Advertising: E.W. Scripp's Chicago Experiment
    Pages: 856 - 858
  • [Book Review by David Mason]
    New Spirits: Americans in the Gilded Age, 1865-1905
    Pages: 858 - 860
  • [Book Review by Mark Metzler]
    Bankrupting the Enemy: The U.S. Financial Siege of Japan before Pearl Harbor
    Pages: 860 - 862
  • [Book Review by Timothy Minchin]
    Why Is There No Labor Party in the United States?
    Pages: 862 - 864
  • [Book Review by Ronald Schultz]
    Irons in the Fire: The Business History of the Tayloe Family and Virginia's Gentry, 1700-1860
    Pages: 864 - 866
  • [Book Review by Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb]
    selling Modernity: advertising in Twentieth-Century Germany
    Pages: 866 - 868
  • [Book Review by John Singleton]
    Making Scientific Instruments in the Industrial Revolution
    Pages: 870 - 872
  • [Book Review by Daniel Levinson Wilk]
    Hotel: An American History
    Pages: 873 - 877
  • [Book Review by Daniel Levinson Wilk]
    Class Acts: Service and Inequality in Luxury Hotels
    Pages: 873 - 877
  • [Book Review by Daniel Levinson Wilk]
    Hotel Theory
    Pages: 873 - 877