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The Impact of the First World War on International Business.

By: Smith, Andrew.
Contributor(s): Tennent, Kevin D | Mollan, Simon.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge International Studies in Business History: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (301 p.).ISBN: 9781317398103.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Impact of the First World War on International BusinessLOC classification: HF1379.I4594 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgements -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Shifting Globalisation: Europe's Hegemony Challenged -- 1 Trade After the Deluge: British Commerce, Armageddon, and the Political Economy of Globalisation, 1914-1918 -- 2 The 'Impact' of the First World War on Business and Economic Development in Sudan -- 3 Profiting Despite the Great War: Argentina's Grain Multinationals -- Part II New Opportunities: Trans-Border Innovations in Wartime
4 Swedish Business in the First World War: A Case Study of Ball Bearings Manufacturer SKF -- 5 The Great War: Matrix of the International Chamber of Commerce, a Fortunate Business League of Nations -- 6 'A Tremendous Panic': The Global Financial Crisis of 1914 -- 7 Business as (Un)Usual: DuPont, Comptoir des Textiles Artificiels and the Post-First World War Internationalization of the Synthetic Products Industry -- Part III Postwar Reconstruction and Its Financing -- 8 American and British Businessmen and Attempts to Reconstruct War-torn Western Europe, 1918-1922
9 Mammon Unbound: The International Financial Architecture of Wall Street Banks, 1915-1925 -- 10 The Flows of International Finance After the First World War: The Bank of England and Hungary, 1920-1939 -- 11 Weimar's Capitalist Spring: A Liberal Exception to Corporate Germany's Sonderweg -- 12 The Impact of the First World War on British and French Management Thought and Practice -- Index
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Tables and Figures -- Acknowledgements -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Shifting Globalisation: Europe's Hegemony Challenged -- 1 Trade After the Deluge: British Commerce, Armageddon, and the Political Economy of Globalisation, 1914-1918 -- 2 The 'Impact' of the First World War on Business and Economic Development in Sudan -- 3 Profiting Despite the Great War: Argentina's Grain Multinationals -- Part II New Opportunities: Trans-Border Innovations in Wartime

4 Swedish Business in the First World War: A Case Study of Ball Bearings Manufacturer SKF -- 5 The Great War: Matrix of the International Chamber of Commerce, a Fortunate Business League of Nations -- 6 'A Tremendous Panic': The Global Financial Crisis of 1914 -- 7 Business as (Un)Usual: DuPont, Comptoir des Textiles Artificiels and the Post-First World War Internationalization of the Synthetic Products Industry -- Part III Postwar Reconstruction and Its Financing -- 8 American and British Businessmen and Attempts to Reconstruct War-torn Western Europe, 1918-1922

9 Mammon Unbound: The International Financial Architecture of Wall Street Banks, 1915-1925 -- 10 The Flows of International Finance After the First World War: The Bank of England and Hungary, 1920-1939 -- 11 Weimar's Capitalist Spring: A Liberal Exception to Corporate Germany's Sonderweg -- 12 The Impact of the First World War on British and French Management Thought and Practice -- Index

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<p>Andrew Smith is Senior Lecturer in International Business at the University of Liverpool Management School, UK.</p> <p> Simon Mollan is Senior Lecturer in International Business at The York Management School, University of York, UK.</p> <p> Kevin Tennent is Lecturer in Management at The York Management School, University of York, UK.</p>

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