Monday, February 17, 2014

Preview: Enterprise & Society March 2014 Issue

The advance digital version of the March 2014 Enterprise & Society is now available of the Oxford University Press website. In addition to many book reviews, the issue contains these articles:
Paul Duguid, "Information in the Mark and the Marketplace: A Multivocal Account"
Nate Holdren, "Incentivizing Safety and Discrimination: Employment Risks under Workmen’s Compensation in the Early Twentieth Century United States"
James W. Cortada, "When Knowledge Transfer Goes Global: How People and Organizations Learned About Information Technology, 1945–1970"
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo, Thomas Haigh, and David L. Stearns, "How the Future Shaped the Past: The Case of the Cashless Society"
Helen Mercer, "Retailer–Supplier Relationships before and after the Resale Prices Act, 1964: A Turning Point in British Economic History?" 
Full-text access requires a subscription, but abstracts are freely available to all.