Multinational Enterprise, Political Risk and Organisational Change
From Total War to Cold War
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Swiss and (Anglo)-Dutch multinationals and organizational change in the era of Total War
Takafumi Kurosawa and Ben Wubs
Municipalisation, war, tax and nationalisation:
Imperial Continental Gas Association in an era of turmoil, 1824-1987
Go west: C&A's motives and strategies for expansion from Europe into the western hemisphere, 1945-1962
Foreign oil majors in Japan and the Second World War
Part II: Total War and Long-Lasting Impact
Mutual attraction: Siemens activities in Italy 1855-1968
Reinventing the Rio Tinto Company: Spain, political risk and corporate strategy before and after the Second World War
War and industry dynamics: The case of the industrial gases industry after 1940
Ray Stokes and Ralf Banken
Part III: Cold War and Corporate Strategies
The afterlife of a multinational enterprise: the case of Siemens' subsidiary in Hungary after the Second World War
International business and the Cold War. The case of the Trans-European Pipeline, 1956-1960
From Cold War to the Washington Consensus: evolution of the multinational corporations' strategies in Chile
Takafumi Kurosawa is Professor of Economic Policy at the Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University, where he received his PhD in 2001. His dissertation analysed the Swiss economy and the formation of cross-border economic regions in the nineteenth century. His English publications deal with multinational enterprises and political risks, industrial clusters, the paper and pulp industry, industrial policy, and historiography of business history, examining European and Japanese cases. In 2010, he published the Japanese translation of the final report of so-called "Bergier Commission" (Switzerland, National Socialism and the Second World War edited by Independent Commission of Experts Switzerland- Second World War, 2001), adding findings of original research by Japanese scholars as a second section of the volume. Other recent publications include, (with co-editors Bram Bouwens and Pierre-Yves Donze) Industries and Global Competition: A History of Business Beyond Borders Abingdon, UK (2018). He is Programme Director of the International Dual Award Doctoral Programme in the field of business history, set up in conjunction with the University of Glasgow.
Ben Wubs is Professor of International Business History at ESHCC, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Appointed Project Professor at the Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University. He is engaged in various research projects related to multinationals, business systems, transnational economic regions, Dutch-German economic relations and the transnational fashion industry. His publications include: International Business and National War Interests. Unilever between Reich and Empire Abingdon (2008); (with Keetie Sluyterman) Over Grenzen. Multinationals en de Nederlandse Markteconomie Amsterdam (2009); (with Ralf Banken), The Rhine Economy. A Transnational Economic History Baden-Baden (2017); and (with Regina Lee Blaszczyk), The Fashion Forecasters: The Hidden History of Color and Trend Prediction London (2018). He is a council member of the European Business History Association. From 2013-16, he was a Principal Investigator on a HERA II research project into the transnational connections of the fashion industry since 1945. He is Programme Director of an Erasmus Mundus project GLOCAL (Global Markets and Local Creativities), an International Master's set up by the Universities of Glasgow, Goettingen, Barcelona and Erasmus University Rotterdam.