1. How Reciprocal was the Business–Government Relationship?: The Wedge of Competition in Early Industrializing Japan
  2. Peter von Staden
  3. pp. 237-264
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  1. Pensions and Providence: Dutch Employers and the Creation of Funded Pension Schemes
  2. Erik Nijhof
  3. pp. 265-303
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  1. Looking for "Industrial Confraternity" Small-Scale Industries and Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Paris
  2. Claire Lemercier
  3. pp. 304-334
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  1. Between Agnelli and Mussolini: Ford's Unsuccessful Attempt to Penetrate the Italian Automobile Market in the Interwar Period
  2. Pier Angelo Toninelli
  3. pp. 335-377
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  1. Hinterland Dreams and Midwestern Rails: Public Power and Railroading in Nineteenth-Century La Crosse, Wisconsin
  2. Eric John Morser
  3. pp. 376-410
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  1. Citizen Employers: Business Communities and Labor in Cincinnati and San Francisco, 1870-1916 (review)
  2. Chad Pearson
  3. pp. 411-413
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  1. Consumers' Imperium: The Global Production of American Domesticity, 1865-1920 (review)
  2. Helen Sheumaker
  3. pp. 413-415
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  1. Founding Corporate Power in Early National Philadelphia (review)
  2. Paula K. Gajewski
  3. pp. 415-417
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  1. Commodore: The Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt (review)
  2. M. Stephen Salmon
  3. pp. 417-419
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  1. The Bourgeois Virtues: Ethics for an Age of Commerce (review)
  2. Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn
  3. pp. 419-422
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