- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Terry Gourvish
- Chapter 1 Strategic Games, Scale, and Efficiency, or Chandler goes to Hollywood1
- Chapter 2 Industrial Policy in Twentieth Century Britain
- Chapter 3 Business in the Regions: From ‘Old’ Districts to ‘New’ Clusters?
- Chapter 4 Elites, Entrepreneurs, and British Business in the Twentieth Century
- Chapter 5 Invisible Entrepreneurs? Women and Business in Twentieth Century Britain
- Chapter 6 From a Solution to a Problem? Overseas Multinationals in Britain during Economic Decline and Renaissance
- Chapter 7 British Management Since 1945: ‘Renaissance’ and Inertia, Illusions and Realities
- Chapter 8 Not ‘Decline and Revival’: An Alternative Narrative on British Post‐War Productivity1
- Chapter 9 Marketing Management in Britain: What is the Evidence for ‘Failure’?
- Chapter 10 British Retail Banking in the Twentieth Century: Decline and Renaissance in Industrial Lending
- Chapter 11 The Decline and Renewal of British Multinational Banking
- Chapter 12 Back to the Future: The Aircraft and IT Industries in Britain since 1945
- Chapter 13 Industrial Research and the Employment of Scientists in British Industry before the 1970s
- Chapter 14 Increasing Value? Modern British Retailing in the Late Twentieth Century
- Chapter 15 Predicting, Providing, Sustaining, Integrating? British Transport Policy since 1945
- Chapter 16 The Film Industry in Twentieth Century Britain: Consumption Patterns, Government Regulation, and Firm Strategy
- Chapter 17 British Sport Transformed: Sport, Business, and the Media since 1960
- Chapter 18 Ethics, Religion, and Business in Twentieth Century Britain
- Business in Britain in the Twentieth Century
- Oxford University Press
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