Studia Historiae Oeconomicae

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Vol. 39 (2021)
Published 2021 December 1

Yearbook addressed to historians (particularly economic historians), economist, sociologist and social scientists who are interested in economic life in social and cultural context, both from theoretical and empirical point of view.
The first issue appeared in 1967 and the founder were prof. Czesław Łuczak and prof. Jerzy Topolski. The general objective was to share research results of polish scholars in the field of economic and social history to international readers.

Today the yearbook’spages are open for the results of research on both, past and contemporary social and economic phenomena, mainly from a historical, economic and sociological point of view.

SHO is published in English.

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Announcements

Call for Papers: ENTREPRENEURSHIP, ENTREPRENEURS, ENTERPRISES, vol.40 (2022)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP, regardless of whether it is treated as a characteristic of active and innovative individuals and institutions, or a process aimed at the market and commercial use of an innovative idea, has been one of the most important factors causing economic changes and contributing to the “wealth and poverty of nations” since the dawn of time. ENTREPRENEURSHIP is therefore an important subject of research by economists, economic historians, sociologists, social psychologists and cultural anthropologists. Its role is not diminishing in spite of rapidly changing technical, economic, social, cultural and political conditions. Also nowadays ENTREPRENEURSHIP, both individually and institutionally, remains one of the main factors responsible for the creation of new products, organizational solutions and markets. ENTREPRENEURSHIP is one of the engines of economic development.

Research on entrepreneurship deserves to be continued for both cognitive and practical reasons. Knowledge of the various manifestations of entrepreneurship and its determinants, both in relation to successful and unsuccessful undertakings, may become the basis for explaining the mechanisms of the economy and training managerial staff.

 

The broadly understood ENTREPRENEURSHIP is the subject of the next 40 volume of the journal Studia Historiae Oeconimicae (Overview - Studia Historiae Oeconomicae (amu.edu.pl)).


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2021 December 29

Articles

Rafał Dobek
3-32
Ludwik Wołowski and His Contribution to the French Credit Revolution of the 19th Century
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0001
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Harald Kleinschmidt
33-54
The Ideological Background of Japanese Expansionism, C. 1900
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0002
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Mariama Marciana Kuusaana, Samuel Adu-Gyamfi, Benjamin Dompreh Darkwa
55-76
Cocoa Production in Ghana (1879-1976)
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0003
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Dirk H.R. Spennemann
77-124
Instant Gloss: Promoting Paint in 1840s Paris. The Example of Louis Viard’s Chromo-Duro-Phane Varnish
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0004
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Krzysztof Popiński
125-144
Wroclaw Electronic Works: Wrocławskie Zakłady Elektroniczne „Elwro” 1959–2000
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0005
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Clifford F. Thies
145-162
Expectations of a Post-Wwii Depression
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0006
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Falk Flade, Sławomir Kamosiński
163-188
‘Kapitalisten’ and ‘Prywaciarze’. A Comparison of Nationalisation Campaigns in the GDR and Poland
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0007
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Janusz Myszczyszyn
189-215
Development of Transport as a Factor of the Economic Miracle (Wirtschaftswunder) of West Germany
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0008
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Dawid Keller
216-249
Polish State Railways in 1945–1989 – A Research Contribution
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0009
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Małgorzata Machałek
250-265
No Chance of Success. State Agrarian Real Estate 1946–1949. A Contribution to the Research on the History of the State Agricultural Sector in Poland
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0010
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Miguel Angel Gomez Mendoza
266-269
Reviews: Women’s Everyday Life and Their Life Stories in the Time of Communism: A Comparative Study Between Poland, Romania, and the Former German Democratic Republic (GDR)
https://doi.org/10.2478/sho-2021-0011
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