During the Second World War, the collaboration dilemma regarding Europe's business life came to the forefront as business leaders were faced with the necessity of co-operating with the German enemy in order to maintain production and survive as economic units. Working for the New Order examines Europe's corporate survival in a highly unstable business environment during this period of time. Co-operation with the dominant European power aimed to secure the future for business, national economies, and the nation states of Europe. With this point of reference, Europe's business life, of working for the New Order, contributed substantially to the Nazi German war effort.
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Author Biography - Joachim Lund
Joachim Lund is an historian, Ph.D. and Associate Professor at the Centre for European Cultural Studies, Copenhagen Business School. He is the author of a number of books and articles on Denmark's political, economic and business history in a European context in the first half of the 20th Century.