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Foreign firms and business history in Latin America. Cátedra Corona No.18

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    This volume contains two previously unpublished papers, written initially in 1998 and 2007 for different conferences. Both reflect the collaboration that I have enjoyed with Carlos Dávila of Universidad de los Andes for the last twenty years, which commenced when Carlos invited me to participate in a panel he was organising on Business History in Latin America at the CLADEA congress held in Bogotá in 1992 by contributing a paper on Peruvian business history. The papers from this panel, together with a couple of additional ones commissioned after the congress, were subsequently published, initially in Spanish, and then, after translating, updating, and revision, in English. At the time of the CLADEA congress in 1992 I would not really have considered myself a business historian. I was in fact an economic and social historian on the retreat from a Peru that was dominated by inflation, economic catastrophe, and the civil war between Sendero Luminoso and successive civilian governments.The papers from this panel, together with a couple of additional ones commissioned after the congress, were subsequently published, initially in Spanish, and then, after translating, updating, and revision, in English. At the time of the CLADEA congress in 1992 I would not really have considered myself a business historian. I was in fact an economic and social historian on the retreat from a Peru that was dominated by inflation, economic catastrophe, and the civil war between Sendero Luminoso and successive civilian governments.

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    TítuloForeign firms and business history in Latin America. Cátedra Corona No.18
    AutorRory Miller
    Tabla de ContenidoForeword
    Introduction

    I. Imperialism, dependency, and business history in Latin America in the late twentieth century

    II. Bringing international business concepts into history: The case of British firms and Latin American markets

    Appendix: Examples of the establishment of British consumer goods manufacturing
    companies in Latin America, 1930-1965
    TipoRevista
    ISXN1657477X-18
    Año de Edición2010
    Núm. Páginas0
    Peso (Físico)160
    Tamaño (Físico)21.5 x 28 cm

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