Friday, August 22, 2014

Enterprise & Society September 2014 Contents Available

Contents of the September 2014 issue of Enterprise & Society have now been posted on the Oxford Journals website. Articles include
Paul Anthony Cluster
"The M Yarn: Price and Social Imagination in Early Industrial Britain"

Paula A. De La Cruz-Fernández
"Marketing the Hearth: Ornamental Embroidery and the Building of the Multinational Singer Sewing Machine Company"

James Reveley and John Singleton
"Clearing the Cupboard: The Role of Public Relations in London Clearing Banks’ Collective Legitimacy-Seeking, 1950–1980"

Nikki Mandell
"Will the Real Businessman/Businesswoman Stand Up? The Historical Implications of Regendering Business Success in the Early Twentieth Century"

Marcelo Bucheli and Erica Salvaj
"Adaptation Strategies of Multinational Corporations, State-Owned Enterprises, and Domestic Business Groups to Economic and Political Transitions: A Network Analysis of the Chilean Telecommunications Sector, 1958–2005"
Full access requires a subscription (personal subscriptions are included with a BHC membership), but abstracts are freely available.