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Zeitschrift für Unternehmensgeschichte - Journal of Business History

The ZUG is published by C.H. Beck. It is edited by Raymond Stokes (editor in charge), Werner Plumpe and Jakob Tanner (reviews editor). Co-editors are: Hartmut Berghoff, Lothar Gall, Carl-Ludwig Holtfrerich and Thomas Welskopp.

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ZUG Nr. 1 (2015), 60. Jahrgang


Christian Marx, Der zerplatzte Traum vom industriellen Atomzeitalter. Der misslungene Einstieg westdeutscher Chemiekonzerne in die Kernenergie während der 1960er und 70er Jahre (S. 3-28)

C. Edoardo Altamura, A New Dawn for European Banking: The Euromarket, the Oil Crisis and the Rise of International Banking (S. 29-51)

Robrecht Declercq, Transnational Entrepreneurs? German Entrepreneurs in the Belgian Fur Industry (1880 to 1913) (S. 52-74)

Martijn Lak, «The Rhine in Ruins». The consequences of World War II for the Rhine shipping between the Netherlands and Germany, 1945 to 1957 (S. 75-96)
Source: Bertelsmann AG, Corporate Archive.

Source: Bertelsmann AG, Corporate Archive.

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