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The Dynamics of the Modern Brewing Industry

Edited by Terry Gourvish, Richard G. Wilson

Routledge – 1998 – 312 pages

Series: Routledge International Studies in Business History

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    978-0-415-14705-7
    January 1st 1998

Description

For the past two centuries, brewing has been a constantly innovative and evolving industry, subject to changes in technology, taste and industrial structure. This ground-breaking book is one of the first to examine the industry from the perspectives of economic and business history. It combines chapters on the major European nations with chapters on the United States and Australia.

Reviews

'Each essay provides a wealth of detail. [..] These essays draw on existing research, in several cases making extensive use of material that is not available in English, as well as on contemporary sources. The accessible style of the essays will ensure that they are readily appreciated by undergraduates.' - The Economic History Review

'This is a book of very good parts, which combine to make an even stronger whole. It has to be admitted that students are unlikely to be buying this in great numbers, but their tutors will be adding it to the reading lists.' - Business History Reviews, 1999

'Each essay provides a wealth of detail. These essays draw on existing research, in several cases making extensive use of material that is not available in English, as well as on contemporary sources. The accessible style of the essays will ensure that they are readilt appreciated by undergraduates.' - Economic History Review

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Description: Edited by Terry Gourvish, Richard G. Wilson. For the past two centuries, brewing has been a constantly innovative and evolving industry, subject to changes in technology, taste and industrial structure. This ground-breaking book is one of the first to examine the industry from the perspectives of...
Categories: Business History, Economic History