The World of Big Business Before 1914
Analyses the world of big business before 1914. Companies with a share capital of £2 million or more, and a workforce of 10,000 or more are considered as large. It emphasizes the weight of banking and heavy industry in German and French big business and points to greater diversity in Britain.
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