2009 - 4 (December)

Articles in this issue

  • Editor Introduction
    Pages: 609 - 612
  • United States Bank Rescue Politics, 2008-2009: A Business Historian's View
    Pages: 612 - 651
  • Your Job is Your Credit: Creating a Market for Loans to Salaried Employees in New York City, 885-1920
    Pages: 651 - 661
  • "Industril Legislatures": Consensus Standardization in the Second and Third Industrial Revolutions
    Pages: 661 - 675
  • The Birth of the North American Home Improvement Store, 1905-1925
    Pages: 687 - 728
  • Parading as Millionaires: Montana Bankers and the Panic of 1983
    Pages: 729 - 762
  • The Ups and Downs of Family Life: Det Norske Nitridaktieselskap, 1912-1976
    Pages: 763 - 790
  • The Use and Abuse of History as a Management Tool: Comments on Eric Godelier's of the Franch Connection
    Pages: 808 - 815
  • Does History Matter in Business?
    Pages: 816 - 830
  • History, a Useful "Science" for Management? A Response
    Pages: 831 - 836
  • Comments on Comments, or the Richeness of Dialogue
    Pages: 837 - 846
  • [Book Review by John M. Quigley]
    Foreclosed: High-risk Lending, Deregulation, and the Undermining of America's Mortage Market
    Pages: 847 - 850
  • [Book Review by Gavin Wright]
    Modernizing a Slave Economy: The Economic Vision of the Confederate Nation
    Pages: 851 - 853
  • [Book Review by Veronique Poulliard]
    Modernizing Tradition. Gender and Consumerism in Interwar France and Germany
    Pages: 853 - 856
  • [Book Review by Howard R. Stanger]
    Modernizing Main Street: Architecture and Consumer Culture in the New Deal
    Pages: 856 - 859
  • [Book Review by Peter Baskerville]
    Unexeptional Woman: Female Proprietors in Mid-ninetheenth Century Albany, New York, 1830-1885
    Pages: 859 - 861
  • [Book Review by Eileen Boris]
    "Make it Yourself": Home Sewing, Gender and Culture, 1890-1930
    Pages: 861 - 864
  • [Book Review by Marjorie E. Wood]
    Children Bound to Labor: The Pauper Apprentice System in Early America
    Pages: 864 - 866
  • [Book Review by Adrian R. Bailey]
    Wal-Mart: The Face of Twentieth Century Capitalism
    Pages: 866 - 868
  • [Book Review by Winifred Chang]
    How Taiwan became Chinese: Dutch, Spanisch, and Han Colonization in the Seventeenth Century
    Pages: 868 - 870
  • [Book Review by Daniel Wadhwani]
    Capitalizing on Changes: A Social History of American Business
    Pages: 871 - 873
  • [Book Review by Stanley Buder]
    Wall Street and the Fruited Plain: Money, Expansion and Politics in the Gilded Age
    Pages: 873 - 874
  • [Book Review by William J. Ashworth]
    Taxation in Colonial America
    Pages: 875 - 876
  • History, a Useful "Science" for management? From Polemics to Controversies
    Pages: 971 - 807