Over the last decades great advances have been made in economic and business history. Many of the topics in contemporary research are however timeless and were the in the spotlight already in Eli F Heckscher’s time (1879–1952).
This book by a group of international scholars in economic history and economics offers contributions across a wide range of current research and debates in economic and business history, including trade, family business, transport history, inter-firm networks, economic growth and financial markets. It also offers theoretical and methodological contributions, including the impact on digitalization on economic history research.
The volume is of value to students and researchers in economic history, economics, history, management and others concerned with the latest perspectives in economic and business history.