Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Enterprise & Society Advance View Now Available

The March 2013 issue of Enterprise & Society is now available at the Oxford University Press website. Full text access requires a subscription (included in BHC membership), but abstracts can be viewed freely. The issue contains the following articles (links to abstracts are provided):
John A. Alic, "Managing US Defense Acquisition"
Francesca Carnevali and Lucy Newton, "Pianos for the People: From Producer to Consumer in Britain, 1851-1914"
Kristin Hall, "Selling Sexual Certainty? Advertising Lysol as a Contraceptive in the United States and Canada, 1919–1939"
Alfred Reckendrees, "Business as a Means of Foreign Policy or Politics as a Means of Production? The German Government and the Creation of Friedrich Flick’s Upper Silesian Industrial Empire (1921–1935)"
David De Vries, "From Porcelain to Plastic: Politics and Business in a Relocated False Teeth Company, 1880s–1950s"
Fernando Mendiola Gonzalo, "Forced Labor, Public Policies, and Business Strategies during Franco’s Dictatorship: An Interim Report"
The issue also contains a collection of book reviews.