Firms, Networks and Business Values
The British and American Cotton Industries Since 1750
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Firms, Networks and Business Values by Mary B. Rose
Book DescriptionThis book explores the long-term forces shaping business attitudes in the British and American cotton industries from the eighteenth to the twentieth century. Mary Rose traces social, political and developmental differences from the early stages of industrialization. She demonstrates how firms become embedded in networks, and evolve according to business values and strategies. The book examines local and regional networks, the changing competitive environment, community characteristics and national differences. Rose's findings challenge traditional views with new evidence that the character and achievements of each industry uniquely reflect local circumstances and historical experience. This is a critical synthesis of the multidisciplinary literature on the cotton textile industries of two major industrial nations and a study of the changing forces influencing decision making. An important contribution to comparative business history, this book will be of interest to graduates and scholars in all areas of business and economic history.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780521025140
(228mm x 152mm x 21mm)
Imprint: Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publish Date: 16-Mar-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Books By Author Mary B. Rose
International Competition and Strategic Response in the Textile Industries Since 1870, Paperback (April 2015)
Firms, Networks and Business Values, Hardback (November 2000)
This book explores the development of the cotton industries in Britain and America in the eighteenth to twentieth centuries.
Institutions and the Evolution of Modern Business, Hardback (January 1998)View all books by Mary B. Rose
The papers in this volume demonstrate that it can be fruitful to apply institutional theory to business history. In addition, the volume shows that the wider study of the institutional environment is inseparable from the study of business.
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Author Biography - Mary B. Rose
Mary B. Rose is Senior Lecturer in Business History in the Management School at the University of Lancaster. She is the author of The Gregs of Quarry Bank Mill (1986) and received the 1996 Alan Ball prize for her edited volumeThe Lancashire Cotton Industry: A History since 1700. She is past president of the Association of Business Historians and currently Director of the Pasold Research Fund.
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