Business Periodicals Index Retrospective: 1913-1982

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Business Periodicals Index Retrospective: 1913-1982


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This is a valuable research tool for students, educators, and researchers who need answers from the history of business and industry. Business Periodicals Index Retrospective: 1913-1982 offers searchable indexing of the most important scholarly journals, trade publications, and magazines from 1913 through 1982.

From the history of telecommunications, to the rise of the global automobile market; from the building of the international monetary system, to the death of the international gold standard, this is a rich account of technological advances, business strategies, marketing triumphs and failures, company profiles, iconic executives, and much more. Including contemporaneous reaction to business trends and events, and forecasts from the best prognosticators of the time, this unique tool will serve students of a wide range of industries, as well as researchers in a wide range of disciplines.

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* Indexing of more than 1,100 periodicals, with citations to over 2.5 million articles, including book reviews.

* Contains the complete files of Industrial Arts Index (1913-1957) providing unique coverage of business through 1957.

* Updated subject headings make finding information on business developments easy. …

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