Friday, March 6, 2015

March 2015 Enterprise & Society Now Available

Beginning with the March 2015 issue, Enterprise & Society has both a new editor and a new publisher: Andrew Popp of the University of Liverpool assumes the editorship; the journal is now published by  Cambridge University Press. Readers who are Business History Conference members may access journal content from the BHC website when they are logged in. The table of contents for the March issue includes:
Daniel Levinson Wilk, "The Red Cap's Gift: How Tipping Tempers the Rational Power of Money"
Robert Crawford, "Relocating Centers and Peripheries: Transnational Advertising Agencies and Singapore in the 1950s and 1960s"
Emre Balikçi, "Turkey’s Small Capital, A Player from the Start: Relations with the State and Big Capital"
Gabriel Winant, " 'Green Pastures of Plenty from Dry Desert Ground': Nature, Labor, and the Growth and Structure of a California Grape Company"
David M. Higgins and Mads Mordhorst, "Bringing Home the 'Danish' Bacon: Food Chains, National Branding and Danish Supremacy over the British Bacon Market, c. 1900-1938"
The issue also contains an introduction from editor Andrew Popp.