2010 - 2 (June)

Articles in this issue

  • "Trick or Treat?" The Misrepresentation of American Beef Exports in Britain During the Late Nineteenth Century
    Pages: 203 - 241
  • Monks and Businessmen in Catalonia: The Benedictines of Monserrat (1900-1936)
    Pages: 242 - 274
  • Jack of all Trades: Cramp Shipbuilding, Mixed Production, and the Limits of fFexible Specialization in American Warship Construction, 1940-1945
    Pages: 275 - 315
  • Military Industry Versus Military-Related Firms in Socialist Hungary: Disintergration and Intergration of Military Production During the 1950s and Early 1960s
    Pages: 316 - 349
  • Multinational Corporations, Business Groups, and Economic Nationalism: Standard Oil (New Jersey), Royal Dutch-Shell, and Energy Politics in Chile (1913-2005)
    Pages: 350 - 399
  • [Book Review by Alessandro Stanziani]
    La guerre économique franco-anglaise au XVIIIe siécle
    Pages: 400 - 402
  • [Book Review by Larry Neal]
    Power and Plenty: Trade, War and the World Economy in the Second Millennium
    Pages: 402 - 404
  • [Book Review by Timothy J. Coates]
    Revolutions in the Atlantic World: A Comparative History
    Pages: 405 - 406
  • [Book Review by Diana Raesner]
    The Dutch Slave Trade, 1500-1850
    Pages: 406 - 408
  • [Book Review by Shakila Yakob]
    The Thief at the End of the World: Rubber, Power, and Seeds of Empire
    Pages: 409 - 411
  • [Book Review by Daniele Pozzi]
    Dal petrolio all' energetica: ERG 1938-2008. Storia e cultura d'impresa (From Oil to Energy: ERG 1938-2008, Enterprise History and Corporate Culture)
    Pages: 411 - 413
  • [Book Review by Ferdinando Fasce]
    Dai gatti selvaggi al cane a sei zampe. tecnologia, conoscenza e organizzazione nell'Agip e nell'Eni di Enrico Mattei
    Pages: 414 - 416
  • [Book Review by Matthew Stibbe]
    Gender and Rural Modernity: Farm Woman and the Politics of Labor in Germany
    Pages: 416 - 418
  • [Book Review by Jeffery K. Wilson]
    Driving Germany. The Landscape of the German Autobahn, 1930-1970
    Pages: 419 - 421
  • [Book Review by Dolores Augustine]
    Cold War Kitchen: Americanization, Technology, and European Users
    Pages: 421 - 424
  • [Book Review by Catherine McNeur]
    194X: Architecture, Planning, and Consumer Culture on the American Home Front.
    Pages: 425 - 427
  • [Book Review by Joshua Sears]
    From Communists to Foreign Capitalists. The Social Foundations of Foreign Direct Investment in Post-Socialist Europe
    Pages: 427 - 429
  • [Book Review by Nathan Jun]
    Anarchism, Revolution and Reaction: Catalan Labor and the Crisis of the Spanish State, 1898-1923
    Pages: 430 - 431
  • [Book Review by Ricardo Flores]
    Zara and her Sisters: The Story of the World's Largest Clothing Retailer
    Pages: 432 - 433
  • [Book Review by Clara Cardone-Riportella]
    Building a Global Bank: The Transfomation of Banco Santander
    Pages: 434 - 435