2009 - 2 (June)

Articles in this issue

  • How Reciprocal was the Business-Government Relationship? The Wedge of Competition in Early Industrializing Japan
    Pages: 237 - 264
  • Pensions and Providence: Dutch Employers and the Creation of Funded Pension Schemes
    Pages: 265 - 303
  • Looking for "Industrial Confraternity" Small-Scale Industries and Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Paris
    Pages: 304 - 334
  • Between Agnelli and Mussolini: Ford's Unsuccessful Attempt to Penetrate the Italian automobile Market in the Interwar Period
    Pages: 335 - 375
  • Hinterland Dreams and Midwertern Rails: Public Power and Railroading in Nineteenth-Century La Crosse, Wisconsin
    Pages: 376 - 410
  • [Book Review by Chad Pearson]
    Citizen Employers: Business Communities and Labor in Cincinnati and San Francisco, 1870-1916
    Pages: 411 - 413
  • [Book Review by Helen Sheumaker]
    Consumers' Imperium: The Global Production of American Domesticity, 1865-1920
    Pages: 413 - 415
  • [Book Review by Paula K. Gajewski]
    Founding Corporate Power in Early National Philadelphia
    Pages: 415 - 417
  • [Book Review by M. Stephen Salmon]
    Commodore: The Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt
    Pages: 417 - 419
  • [Book Review by Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn]
    The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce
    Pages: 419 - 422