HARVARD STUDIES IN BUSINESS HISTORY
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Harvard Studies in Business History 46

Shaping the Industrial Century

The Remarkable Story of the Evolution of the Modern Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries

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$30.50 • £24.95 • €27.50

ISBN 9780674032217

Publication Date: 04/15/2009

Short

384 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

7 tables, 3 charts

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  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • I. Overview
    • 1. Differences, Concepts, Themes, and Approach
    • 2. Evolving Paths of Learning
  • II. The Chemical Industry
    • 3. The Major American Companies
    • 4. The Focused American Companies
    • 5. The European Competitors
    • 6. The American Competitors
  • III. The Pharmaceutical Industry
    • 7. The American Companies: The Prescription Path
    • 8. The American Companies: The Over-the-Counter Path
    • 9. The American and European Competitors
    • 10. Commercializing Biotechnology
  • IV. Paths of Learning
    • 11. The Three Revolutions: Industrial, Information, and Biotechnology
  • Notes
  • Index

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