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[EAN: 9780415381567], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (464 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. This seection of readings demonstrates the use of both descriptive anaysis and quantitative methods in the study of business records. The emphasis, however, is on the roe of various quantitative approaches. Part I contains artices that consider a number of questions about the methods to be used and the aims of business history research. How is the subject to be defined? What types of anaysis are most usefu in research? In what ways can the findings of any research he used? Part II provides a number of exampes of business history writing that demonstrate the resuts of a quantitative approach using both Primary and secondary source materia. Some of the papers concentrate on the growth and performance of firms from various sectors of the economy. Some consider features of industria structure. Others concentrate on techniques of marketing, personne management and the assessment of profitabiity. Part III focuses on the techniques of manage meat that have been used to motivate or contro the deveopment of business activity. The studies incude an anaysis of the roe of accounting data and other types of information, aids to forecasting, market anaysis and the probems of risk and uncertainty in business decision making within various contexts. The editor has not ony provided an introduction to the reprinted artices but he has aso incuded, in Part IV, severa specia appendices usefu for future research in business history. There is a section on aowing for changes in the unit of account. Another appendix deas with the merits and imitations of financia ratio anaysis. An extensive bibiography is aso provided. This authoritative text was first pubished in 1977. Introduction ix Part One:{emsp}AIMS AND METHODS IN BUSINESS HISTORY {ensp}1. Arthur H. Coe What is Business History? Business History Review, vo. 36 (1962) pp. 98–106, with addendum 3 {ensp}2. F. E. Hyde Economic theory and Business History Business History, vo. V (1962) pp.1–10, with addendum 15 {ensp}3. Louis Gaambos Business History and the Theory of the Growth of the Firm Exporations in Entrepreneuria History, vo. IV (1966), pp. 3–16 29 {ensp}4. K. A Tucker Business History: Some Proposas for Aims and Mehodoogy Business History, vo. XIV (1972), pp. 1–16 43 Part Two:{ensp}ENTREPRENEURS, THE FIRM AND INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE {ensp}5. P. L. Payne The Govan Coieries 1804–1805 Business History, vo. 111 (1960), pp. 75–96. 65 {ensp}6. M. Baug The Productivity of Capita in the Lancashire Cotton Industry During the Nineteenth Century Economic History Review, vo. XIII (1960–61), pp. 358–81 91 {ensp}7. S. Poard Factory Discipine in the Industria Revoution Economic History Review, vo. XVI (1963–64), pp. 254–71 126 {ensp}8. H. W. Richardson and J. M. Bass The Profitabiity of Consett Iron Company before 1914 Business History, vo. VII (1965, pp. 71–93 148 {ensp}9. A. E. Musson James Nasmyth and the Eary Growth of Mechanica Engineering Economic History Review, vo. X (1957–58), pp. 121–27 174 10. H. C. Livesay and P. G. Porter Vertica Integration in American Manufacturing, 1899–1948 The Journa of Economic History, vo. XXIX (1969), pp. 494–500 184 11. D.F.Dixon The Growth of Competition among the Standard Oi Companies in the United States, 1911–1961 Business History, vo. IX (1967), pp. 1–29 192 12. F. J. Gover Government Contracting, Competition and Growth in the Heavy Wooen Industry Economic History Review, vo. XVI (1963–64), pp. 478–98 225 13. M. Kein and K. Yamamura The Growth Strategies of Southern Rairoads, 1865–1893 Business History Review, vo. XLI (1967), pp. 358–77 250 14. P. G. Porter and H. C. Livesay The Merchant as Catayst: Financing Economic Growth Merchants and Manufacturers: Studies in the Changing Structure of Nineteenth-Century Marketing, The Johns Hopkins Press, Batimore and London (1971) 271 15. H. Siegenthaer What Price Stye? The Fabric Advisory Function of the Dry Goods Commission M

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[EAN: 9780415381567], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (464 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. This selection of readings demonstrates the use of both descriptive analysis and quantitative methods in the study of business records. The emphasis, however, is on the role of various quantitative approaches. Part I contains articles that consider a number of questions about the methods to be used and the aims of business history research. How is the subject to be defined? What types of analysis are most useful in research? In what ways can the findings of any research he used? Part II provides a number of examples of business history writing that demonstrate the results of a quantitative approach using both Primary and secondary source material. Some of the papers concentrate on the growth and performance of firms from various sectors of the economy. Some consider features of industrial structure. Others concentrate on techniques of marketing, personnel management and the assessment of profitability. Part III focuses on the techniques of manage meat that have been used to motivate or control the development of business activity. The studies include an analysis of the role of accounting data and other types of information, aids to forecasting, market analysis and the problems of risk and uncertainty in business decision making within various contexts. The editor has not only provided an introduction to the reprinted articles but he has also included, in Part IV, several special appendices useful for future research in business history. There is a section on allowing for changes in the unit of account. Another appendix deals with the merits and limitations of financial ratio analysis. An extensive bibliography is also provided. This authoritative text was first published in 1977. Introduction ix Part One:{emsp}AIMS AND METHODS IN BUSINESS HISTORY {ensp}1. Arthur H. Cole What is Business History? Business History Review, vol. 36 (1962) pp. 98–106, with addendum 3 {ensp}2. F. E. Hyde Economic theory and Business History Business History, vol. V (1962) pp.1–10, with addendum 15 {ensp}3. Louis Galambos Business History and the Theory of the Growth of the Firm Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, vol. IV (1966), pp. 3–16 29 {ensp}4. K. A Tucker Business History: Some Proposals for Aims and Mehodology Business History, vol. XIV (1972), pp. 1–16 43 Part Two:{ensp}ENTREPRENEURS, THE FIRM AND INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE {ensp}5. P. L. Payne The Govan Collieries 1804–1805 Business History, vol. 111 (1960), pp. 75–96. 65 {ensp}6. M. Blaug The Productivity of Capital in the Lancashire Cotton Industry During the Nineteenth Century Economic History Review, vol. XIII (1960–61), pp. 358–81 91 {ensp}7. S. Pollard Factory Discipline in the Industrial Revolution Economic History Review, vol. XVI (1963–64), pp. 254–71 126 {ensp}8. H. W. Richardson and J. M. Bass The Profitability of Consett Iron Company before 1914 Business History, vol. VII (1965, pp. 71–93 148 {ensp}9. A. E. Musson James Nasmyth and the Early Growth of Mechanical Engineering Economic History Review, vol. X (1957–58), pp. 121–27 174 10. H. C. Livesay and P. G. Porter Vertical Integration in American Manufacturing, 1899–1948 The Journal of Economic History, vol. XXIX (1969), pp. 494–500 184 11. D.F.Dixon The Growth of Competition among the Standard Oil Companies in the United States, 1911–1961 Business History, vol. IX (1967), pp. 1–29 192 12. F. J. Glover Government Contracting, Competition and Growth in the Heavy Woollen Industry Economic History Review, vol. XVI (1963–64), pp. 478–98 225 13. M. Klein and K. Yamamura The Growth Strategies of Southern Railroads, 1865–1893 Business History Review, vol. XLI (1967), pp. 358–77 250 14. P. G. Porter and H. C. Livesay The Merchant as Catalyst: Financing Economic Growth Merchants and Manufacturers: Studies in the Changing Structure of Nineteenth-Century Marketing, The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore and London (1971) 271 15. H. Siegenthale

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[EAN: 9780415381567], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], (464 pages) This item is printed on demand. Please allow up to 10 days extra for printing & delivery. This seection of readings demonstrates the use of both descriptive anaysis and quantitative methods in the study of business records. The emphasis, however, is on the roe of various quantitative approaches. Part I contains artices that consider a number of questions about the methods to be used and the aims of business history research. How is the subject to be defined? What types of anaysis are most usefu in research? In what ways can the findings of any research he used? Part II provides a number of exampes of business history writing that demonstrate the resuts of a quantitative approach using both Primary and secondary source materia. Some of the papers concentrate on the growth and performance of firms from various sectors of the economy. Some consider features of industria structure. Others concentrate on techniques of marketing, personne management and the assessment of profitabiity. Part III focuses on the techniques of manage meat that have been used to motivate or contro the deveopment of business activity. The studies incude an anaysis of the roe of accounting data and other types of information, aids to forecasting, market anaysis and the probems of risk and uncertainty in business decision making within various contexts. The editor has not ony provided an introduction to the reprinted artices but he has aso incuded, in Part IV, severa specia appendices usefu for future research in business history. There is a section on aowing for changes in the unit of account. Another appendix deas with the merits and imitations of financia ratio anaysis. An extensive bibiography is aso provided. This authoritative text was first pubished in 1977. Introduction ix Part One:{emsp}AIMS AND METHODS IN BUSINESS HISTORY {ensp}1. Arthur H. Coe What is Business History? Business History Review, vo. 36 (1962) pp. 98–106, with addendum 3 {ensp}2. F. E. Hyde Economic theory and Business History Business History, vo. V (1962) pp.1–10, with addendum 15 {ensp}3. Louis Gaambos Business History and the Theory of the Growth of the Firm Exporations in Entrepreneuria History, vo. IV (1966), pp. 3–16 29 {ensp}4. K. A Tucker Business History: Some Proposas for Aims and Mehodoogy Business History, vo. XIV (1972), pp. 1–16 43 Part Two:{ensp}ENTREPRENEURS, THE FIRM AND INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURE {ensp}5. P. L. Payne The Govan Coieries 1804–1805 Business History, vo. 111 (1960), pp. 75–96. 65 {ensp}6. M. Baug The Productivity of Capita in the Lancashire Cotton Industry During the Nineteenth Century Economic History Review, vo. XIII (1960–61), pp. 358–81 91 {ensp}7. S. Poard Factory Discipine in the Industria Revoution Economic History Review, vo. XVI (1963–64), pp. 254–71 126 {ensp}8. H. W. Richardson and J. M. Bass The Profitabiity of Consett Iron Company before 1914 Business History, vo. VII (1965, pp. 71–93 148 {ensp}9. A. E. Musson James Nasmyth and the Eary Growth of Mechanica Engineering Economic History Review, vo. X (1957–58), pp. 121–27 174 10. H. C. Livesay and P. G. Porter Vertica Integration in American Manufacturing, 1899–1948 The Journa of Economic History, vo. XXIX (1969), pp. 494–500 184 11. D.F.Dixon The Growth of Competition among the Standard Oi Companies in the United States, 1911–1961 Business History, vo. IX (1967), pp. 1–29 192 12. F. J. Gover Government Contracting, Competition and Growth in the Heavy Wooen Industry Economic History Review, vo. XVI (1963–64), pp. 478–98 225 13. M. Kein and K. Yamamura The Growth Strategies of Southern Rairoads, 1865–1893 Business History Review, vo. XLI (1967), pp. 358–77 250 14. P. G. Porter and H. C. Livesay The Merchant as Catayst: Financing Economic Growth Merchants and Manufacturers: Studies in the Changing Structure of Nineteenth-Century Marketing, The Johns Hopkins Press, Batimore and London (1971) 271 15. H. Siegenthaer What Price Stye? The Fabric Advisory Function of the Dry Goods Commission M

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Business History: Selected Readings
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This selection of readings demonstrates the use of both descriptive analysis and quantitative methods in the study of business records. The emphasis, however, is on the role of various quantitative approaches. Part I contains articles that consider a number of questions about the methods to be used and the aims of business history research. How is the subject to be defined? What types of analysis are most useful in research? In what ways can the findings of any research he used?Part II provides a number of examples of business history writing that demonstrate the results of a quantitative approach using both Primary and secondary source material. Some of the papers concentrate on the growth and performance of firms from various sectors of the economy. Some consider features of industrial structure. Others concentrate on techniques of marketing, personnel management and the assessment of profitability.Part III focuses on the techniques of manage meat that have been used to motivate or control the development of business activity. The studies include an analysis of the role of accounting data and other types of information, aids to forecasting, market analysis and the problems of risk and uncertainty in business decision making within various contexts.The editor has not only provided an introduction to the reprinted articles but he has also included, in Part IV, several special appendices useful for future research in business history. There is a section on allowing for changes in the unit of account. Another appendix deals with the merits and limitations of financial ratio analysis. An extensive bibliography is also provided. This authoritative text was first publishedin 1977.

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