Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting: The Routledge Companion to Business History

Editors: Wilson, John, Toms, Steven and de Jong, Abe
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Routledge

Single-User Purchase Price: $260.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: Not Available
ISBN: 978-0-41-585556-3
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 29
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Routledge Companion to Business History is a definitive work of reference, and authoritative, international source on business history. Compiled by leading scholars in the field, it offers both researchers and students an introduction and overview of current scholarship in this expanding discipline.

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Table of Contents

  • List of figures
  • List of tables
  • List of contributors
  • Part I: The discipline of business history
  • Introduction - John F. Wilson, Steven Toms, Abe de Jong and Emily Buchnea
  • Business history: Agendas, historiography and debates - Steven Toms and John Wilson
  • A revisionist historiography of business history: A richer past for a richer future - Matthias Kipping, Takafumi Kurosawa and R. Daniel Wadhwani
  • A citation analysis of business history and related disciplines - Abe de Jong, David Higgins and Hugo van Driel
  • Part II: Business ownership
  • Personal capitalism - Andrea Colli
  • Managerial capitalism 2.0 - John Quail
  • The past, present and future of banking history - Christopher L. Colvin
  • Stock markets and financial capitalism - Andrew Smith and Kevin D. Tennent
  • The ‘third sector’: Co-operatives, mutual, charities and social enterprises - Anthony Webster
  • Part III: International varieties of capitalism
  • African business history - Gareth Austin
  • Australia: Settler capitalism sans doctrines - Simon Ville and David Merrett
  • Enterprise in the Soviet and Soviet-Type-Economies - Martin Kragh
  • The history of business in Latin America - Rory M. Miller
  • North American capitalism - Mark R. Wilson
  • International varieties of capitalism: The case of Western Europe - Keetie Sluyterman and Gerarda Westerhuis
  • Part IV: Institutions
  • Pre-modern and early modern - Catherine Casson and Mark Casson
  • Networks and clusters in business history - Emily Buchnea
  • Business institutions and the state - Robert Millward
  • Evolution of UK corporate ownership and control: Codification, governance, transition and context - Anna Tilba
  • Globalisation - Pierre Gervais and Cheryl S. McWatters
  • Part V: Management and ethics
  • The challenge of management professionalization - Mitchell J. Larson
  • Gender and business: Women in business or businesswomen? An assessment of the history of entrepreneurial women - Helen Doe
  • Fraud and financial scandals - Steven Toms
  • Changing approaches to business ethics - Bernard Mees