Enterprise and Society in 2022

Dear subscribers, 

2022 has been a wonderful year for the association’s journal, Enterprise & Society. The journal has received a record number of submissions: 130! and has published a total of 17 OA articles. The most cited article in 2022 was BHC's past president Neil Rollings' “The Vast and Unsolved Enigma of Power”: Business History and Business Power, which is available (#openaccess) here: https://doi.org/10.1017/eso.2021.53. The most read article in the last 12 has been "From the Margins to the Core of Haute Couture: The Entrepreneurial Journey of Coco Chanel" by Gino Cattani, Mariachiara Colucci, and Simone Ferriani.

Editor Andrew Popp has thanked associate editors, the editorial board, all authors, and all reviewers on Twitter (see below), and more comments and acknowledgments will be published in the upcoming editorial.

The full thread can be read here, or on Twitter.

Here is a list of all OA (17) articles published #firstview in 2022 in Enterprise & Society:

Aitken, R. (2022). “Numberless Little Risks”: ‘Tropical Exposure’ in Globalizing Actuarial Discourse, 1852–1947. Enterprise & Society, 1-43. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.21

Arnberg, K., Gustavsson, M., & Tamm Hallström, K. (2022). Under the Influence of Commercial Values: Neoliberalized Business-Consumer Relations in the Swedish Certification Market, 1988–2018. Enterprise & Society, 1-29. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.3

Carter, O. (2022). Satisfaction Guaranteed: Your Choice and the Transnational Distribution of Hardcore Pornography Between the Netherlands and Britain. Enterprise & Society, 1-27. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.13

Cattani, G., Colucci, M., & Ferriani, S. (2022). From the Margins to the Core of Haute Couture: The Entrepreneurial Journey of Coco Chanel. Enterprise & Society, 1-43. doi:10.1017/eso.2021.58

De Groot, T. (2022). Part-Time Employment in the Breadwinner Era: Dutch Employers’ Initiatives to Control Female Labor Force Participation, 1945–1970. Enterprise & Society, 1-27. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.12

Gjersø, J. (2022). The Great Leap Offshore: Sino-Norwegian Relations and Petro-Knowledge Transfers, 1976–1997. Enterprise & Society, 1-25. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.4

Hernández-Barahona, J., San Román, E., & Gil-López, Á. (2022). Bricolage and Innovation in the Emergence and Development of the Spanish Tourism Industry. Enterprise & Society, 1-43. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.28

Knorr, D. (2022). Profit and Statecraft in Nineteenth-Century China. Enterprise & Society, 23(2), 582-589. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.9

Lane, J. (2022). The Trees of the Forest: Uncovering Small-Scale Producers in an Industrial District, 1781–1851. Enterprise & Society, 1-29. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.7

Moazzin, G. (2022). Electric Pioneers: Nationalist Lobbying, Technology Transfer, and the Origins of the Chinese Electric Lamp Industry, 1921–1937. Enterprise & Society, 1-35. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.34

Mody, C. (2022). Spillovers from Oil Firms to U.S. Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing: Smudging State–Industry Distinctions and Retelling Conventional Narratives. Enterprise & Society, 1-26. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.6

Nelson, H. (2022). Writing and Reading New Markets: Insurance in Quebec, 1931–1960. Enterprise & Society, 1-22. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.48

Nthenya, N., & Donzé, P. (2022). Indigenization and the Long-Term Formation of Human Capital in Africa: The Airline Industry in East Africa Since 1946. Enterprise & Society, 1-27. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.22

Åström Rudberg, E. (2022). Doing Business in the Schools of the Welfare State: Competing “Entrepreneurial Selves” and the Roots of Entrepreneurship Education in 1980s Sweden. Enterprise & Society, 1-27. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.26

Wade, L. (2022). Underwriting Empire: Marine Insurance and Female Agency in the French Atlantic World. Enterprise & Society, 1-29. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.33

Wang, J. (2022). Banking on Women: The Shanghai Women’s Commercial and Savings Bank, 1924–1955. Enterprise & Society, 1-24. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.32

Westerberg, R. (2022). From Marxist Venture to Venture Capitalists: The Swedish Wage-Earner Funds and the Market Turn, 1983–1994. Enterprise & Society, 1-24. doi:10.1017/eso.2022.23

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From the BHC, we wish everyone a restful holiday season and a happy New Year!