Business History: Complexities and Comparisons by Franco AmatoriBusiness History: Complexities and Comparisons by Franco Amatori

Business History: Complexities and Comparisons

byFranco Amatori, Andrea ColliEditorFranco Amatori

Paperback | July 12, 2011

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This major new textbook on business history brings together the expertise of two internationally renowned authors to provide a thorough overview of the developments in business ¿ from just before the industrial revolution right up to the present day.

Business Historyis global in scope and looks at the major players ¿ Europe, the US and Japan ¿ as well as emerging economies, such as China and India. Focusing mainly on ¿big business¿, Amatori and Colli critically analyze ¿the firm¿ and its interaction with the evolution of economic, technological and political systems at the micro and macro levels.

This up-to-date textbook is an exceptional resource for students on economic and business history courses, as well as for practitioners interested in broadening their understanding of business.

Franco Amatoriis Professor of Economic History and is also head of the Institute of Economic History, at Bocconi University, Italy. He specialized in business history during his time at Harvard Business School, USA and has written extensively on Italian and international business history.Andrea Colliis Associate Professor in Economic H...
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Title:Business History: Complexities and ComparisonsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.68 inPublished:July 12, 2011Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:041542397X

ISBN - 13:9780415423977

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Relevant Issues  1. Introduction  2. Business History and Theories of the Firm  3. Entrepreneurship Part 2: The Company Between the Pre-Industrial Era and the First Industrial Revolution  4. Pre-Industrial Manufacturing  5. Enterprises and Entrepreneurs of the First Industrial Revolution  6. Technology, Society and the Factory System Part 3: The Birth and Consolidation of Big Business  7. Infrastructures  8. Technology and Organization  9. National Patterns Part 4: State and Market in the Period between the Two World Wars  10. The Multi-Divisional Corporation and Managerial Capitalism  11. Europe between the Two Wars: Convergence and Divergence with the U.S.  12. At the Origins of the Japanese Miracle: Entrepreneurship, the State and Business Groups Part 5: From the Post-War Years to the Fall of the Wall: The Age of 'Shrinking' Space  13. From World War II to the Third Industrial Revolution  14. American Hegemony and its Aftermath  15. The Soviet Union: The Antagonist  16. Japan: The Challenger  17. Hybrid Europe  18. Different Strategies for 'Catching Up': South Korea and Argentina  19. Multinationals: Quid Novi? Part 6: The Globalization of Today  20. New Forms of Enterprise  21. The 'Roaring Nineties': America is Back  22. Slowing Down: Japan and Europe  23. New Protagonists: China and India  24. A Last Look

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'An ambitious analysis, adding significantly to the business history literature. Business History should feature on every undergraduate and postgraduate reading list for modules covering this subject, as well as many business and management modules.' - John Wilson (University of Liverpool, UK) in Business History ¿One of the outstanding features of the book is its ambitious comparative perspective. It can be used as textbook, although it is much more than that. I enthusiastically recommend the book both to scholars and to advanced students, interested in business history, economic development and strategic decision-making.¿ - Jordi Catalan, in Revista de Historia Industrial Vol. 49 (2012)