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/ / N8: Micro-Business History
/ / / N82: U.S.; Canada: 1913-
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  • 2014 The influence of American accounting thought in France during 1950s: the case of consolidated financial statements
    by Bensadon, Didier

  • 2014 Name That Price: Determining Which Price Variable to Use in Estimating Demand for Major League Baseball Games, 1952-1956
    by Kenneth H. Brown & David Surdam

  • 2014 The evolution of US merger control policy – part 2: 1974-2013
    by Magdalena Katarzyna Kakol

  • 2014 The evolution of US merger control policy – part 1: 1890-1973
    by Magdalena Katarzyna Kakol

  • 2012 Accounting fraud, business failure and creative auditing: A micro-analysis of the strange case of Sunbeam Corp
    by Marisa Agostini & Giovanni Favero

  • 2012 Hazard Concerns: MIC at Bhopal and Virginia and the Indian Nuclear Liability Act
    by Tyabji, Nasir

  • 2012 The organization of an ethnic economy: Urban black communities in the early twentieth century
    by Boyd, Robert L.

  • 2011 How the Future Shaped the Past: The Case of the Cashless Society
    by Batiz-Lazo, Bernardo & Haigh, Thomas & stearns, David L.

  • 2011 The narrative and the algorithm: Genres of credit reporting from the nineteenth century to today
    by Lipartito, Kenneth

  • 2011 Entre Carlos Lehder y los vaqueros de la cocaína. La consolidación de las redes de narcotraficantes colombianos en Miami en los años 70
    by Eduardo Sáenz Rovner

  • 2011 Nominal rigidities and retail price dispersion in Canada over the twentieth century
    by Ross D. Hickey & David S. Jacks

  • 2010 Sales and Advertising Rivalry in Interwar US Department Stores
    by Peter Scott & James Walker

  • 2010 Nominal Rigidities and Retail Price Dispersion in Canada over the Twentieth Century
    by Ross D. Hickey & David S. Jacks

  • 2009 What Brings Fans to the Ball Park? Evidence from New York Yankees' and Philadelphia Phillies' Financial Records
    by David G. Surdam

  • 2009 Do Newspapers Matter? Short-run and Long-run Evidence from the Closure of The Cincinnati Post
    by Sam Schulhofer-Wohl & Miguel Garrido

  • 2008 Flexibilité et diversification comme réponse au risque: les investissements du patriciat vénitien et de la « Terraferma » aux débuts de l’époque moderne
    by Paola Lanaro

  • 2008 Corporations et confréries : les étrangers et le marché du travail à Venise (XVe-XVIIIe siècles)
    by Paola Lanaro

  • 2008 Shipwrecks on the Great Lakes and the Lake Carriers Association
    by Decker, Christopher & Corcoran, William & Flynn, David

  • 2008 Executive Compensation: A New View from a Long-Term Perspective, 1936-2005
    by Carola Frydman & Raven E. Saks

  • 2008 Religion, Social Capital, and Business Bankruptcy in the United States, 1921-1932
    by Bradley A. Hansen & Mary Eschelbach Hansen

  • 2007 A Tale of Two Gate-Sharing Plans: The National Football League and the National League, 1952–1956
    by David G. Surdam

  • 2007 Weather forecast or rain-dance? On inter-war business barometers
    by Giovanni Favero

  • 2006 Wheeling food products around the store… and away: the invention of the shopping cart, 1936-1953
    by Catherine Grandclement

  • 2003 Did American Welfare Capitalists Breach their Implicit Contracts? Preliminary Findings from Company-level Data, 1920-1940
    by Chiaki Moriguchi

  • 2003 Évolution du gouvernement des entreprises:l'émergence de l'activisme actionnarial au milieu du XXe siècle
    by Richard Marens

  • 2003 Gouvernance des entreprises:la construction d'un champ social par la loi américaine
    by Winfred Trexler Proffitt Jr

  • 1999 Public Policy and Extended Families: Evidence from South Africa
    by Marianne Bertrand & Douglas Miller & Sendhil Mullainathan

  • 1993 What Is a Small Business?
    by Jerome S. Osteryoung & Derek Newman

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