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作者:Teresa da Silva Lopes
来源:[J].Business History Review, 2016, Vol.90 (3), pp.457-482Cambridge U Press
摘要:This article looks at the evolution of the British chocolate industry from the 1860s to the 1960s, a period during which it was dominated by Quaker businesses: Cadbury, Rowntree, and their predecessor, Fry. It provides evidence of early forms of fair trade by these Quaker busines...
作者:Teresa da Silva Lopes , Paul Duguid
来源:[J].Business History Review, 2012, Vol.86 (2), pp.235-238Cambridge U Press
作者:Teresa da Silva Lopes , Mark Casson
来源:[J].Business History Review, 2012, Vol.86 (2), pp.287-310Cambridge U Press
摘要:In expanding on earlier analyses of the evolution of multinational business that have drawn from concepts of competition and innovation, this study examines the strategies used by British multinationals, between 1870 and 1929, to protect the global reputation of their brands...
作者:Teresa da Silva Lopes
来源:[J].Business History Review, 2009, Vol.83 (2), pp.375-378Cambridge U Press
作者:Teresa da Silva Lopes
来源:[J].Business History Review, 2005, Vol.79 (3), pp.559-585Cambridge U Press
摘要:This study looks at the formation of multinationals and relates that process to the emergence of institutions favorable to economic growth. It compares the development of such institutions from 1960 in four European countries: the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, and...
作者:Teresa da Silva Lopes , Mark Casson
来源:[J].Business History Review, 2007, Vol.81 (4), pp.651-680Cambridge U Press
摘要:Over the course of the twentieth century, entrepreneurs developed a number of successful global brands in consumer-goods industries. However, few independent brands survived the merger waves of the 1980s. To address the question of why so few independent brands survived, this pap...

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