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This study of business in Europe aims to reflect the changing structure, experience and aspirations of European business as it approaches the Millennium. The challenge of globalization, co-operation within a single European market, and an increasing interest in corporate governance and environmental issues are illustrative of the changes which not only affect contemporary business enterprises, but also stimulate new types of scholarship among business archivists. Increasingly, an interest in single industries in one country is being replaced by comparative analysis embracing several countries, whilst the definition of "business history" has widened to embrace social and political issues. This book intends to exploit these changes by serving as a forum for debate in Europe. It contains academic research on aspects of European business history, but emphasizes works of synthesis, comparative studies of business activity, and reviews of research work in individual countries, including assessments of major source materials and archives.
Ashgate Publishing Limited
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