Business History in Latin America: The Experience of Seven Countries

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Bibliography

This bibliography was compiled by the authors of the individual chapters and sections on individual countries are divided according to criteria appropriate to each country. All Spanish- and Portuguese-language journals are published in the country concerned except where stated.


ARGENTINA
Raúl García Heras

Foreign Companies

Commercial houses

Gravil, Roger, ‘British Retail Trade in Argentina, 1900–1940’, Inter-American Economic Affairs 29: 2 (1970), pp. 3–26.

Reber, Vera Blinn, British Mercantile Houses in Buenos Aires, 1810–1880, Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, 1979.


Railway companies

Fleming, William, Regional Development and Transportation in Argentina: Mendoza and the Gran Oeste Argentino Railroad, 1885–1914, New York, Garland, 1987.

Fleming, William,, ‘Profits and Visions: British Capital and Railway Construction in Argentina, 1854–1886’, in: Railway Imperialism, ed. Ronald E. Robinson, Clarence B. Davis y Kenneth E. Wilburn Jr., New York, Greenwood Press, 1991, pp. 71–84.

García Heras, Raúl, ‘World War II and the Frustrated Nationalization of the Argentine British-owned Railways, 1939–1943’, Journal of Latin American Studies 17 (1985), pp. 135–55.

García Heras, Raúl, ‘Hostage Private Companies under Restraint: British Railways and Transport Coordination in Argentina during the 1930s’, Journal of Latin American Studies 19 (1987), pp. 41–67.

García Heras, Raúl, ‘Las compañas ferroviarias británicas y el control de cambios en la Argentina durante la gran depresión’, Desarrollo Económico 29: 116 (1990), pp. 477–505.

Goodwin, Paul B., Los ferrocarriles británicos y la U. C. R., 1916–1930, Buenos Aires, La Bastilla, 1974.

Lewis, Colin M., ‘British Railway Companies and the Argentine Government’, in Business Imperialism, 1840–1930: an Inquiry based on the British Experience in Latin America, ed. D. C. M. Platt, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1977, pp. 395–427.

Lewis, Colin M., British Railways in Argentina, 1857–1914: a Case Study of Foreign Investment, London, Athlone Press, 1983.

Ortiz, Ricardo M., El ferrocarril en la economía argentina, Buenos Aires, Problemas, 1946.

Regalsky, Andrés M., ‘Las inversiones francesas en los ferrocarriles argentinos, 1887–1900’, Siglo XIX: Revista de Historia (Monterrey, Mexico) 5 (1988), pp. 125–66.

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