New Technologies, Political Frameworks, Markets and Companies
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`Overall, this is a very stimulating book that presents us important results of research by historians of science and technology and economic historians on the European chemical industry in the first half of the 20th century.' HYLE- International Journal of Philosophy of Chemistry, 7:1(2001)
Introduction. Part 1: A New Technology for the 20th Century. High Pressure Industrial Chemistry: The First Steps, 1909-1913, and the Impact; A.S. Travis. Part 2: The Impact and Burden of World War I. Chemistry for King and Kaiser: Revisiting Chemical Enterprise and the European War; R.M. MacLeod. `Productive Collateral' or `Economic Sense?': BASF under French Occupation, 1919-1923; L. Meinzer. Part 3: Science and Industry. Basic Research in Industry: Two Case Studies at I.G. Farbenindustrie AG in the 1920s and 1930s; C. Reinhardt. Ambros, Reppe, and the Emergence of Heavy Organic Chemicals in Germany, 1925-1945; P.J.T. Morris. The Development of Chemical Industry in Sweden and the Contribution of Academic Chemistry after 1900; A. Lundgren. Selling Science: Dutch Debates on the Industrial Significance of University Chemistry, 1903-1932; G.J. Somsen. Part 4: Different Routes to Competitive Advantages. Modernizing Industrial Organic Chemistry: Great Britain between Two World Wars; A.S. Travis. Scaling Up: The Evolution of Intellectual Apparatus Associated with the Manufacture of Heavy Chemicals in Britain, 1900-1939; C. Divall, S. Johnston. The Use of Measuring and Controlling Instruments in the Chemical Industry in Great Britain and the USA During the Period 1900-1939; S. Bennett. Norwegian Capitalists and the Fertiliser Business: The Case of Hafslund and the Odda Process; K. Sogner. The Swiss Pharmaceutical Industry: The Impact of Industrial Property Rights and Trust in the Laboratory, 1907-1939; J. Tanner. Part 5: State Intervention and Industrial Autarky. Technical Change in the Italian Chemical Industry: Markets, Firms and State Intervention; R. Petri. The Frustrated Rise of Spanish Chemical Industry Between the Wars; N. Puig. The Take-Off Phase of Danish Chemical Industry, ca. 1910 1940; H. Kragh. Neglected Potential? The Emergence of the Finnish Chemical Industry, 1900 1939; T. Myllyntaus. Contributors. Abbreviations. Index.