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Michael Aldous
Michael Aldous
Lecturer in Management Queens University Belfast
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Avoiding negligence and profusion: the failure of the joint-stock form in the Anglo-Indian tea trade, 1840–1870
M Aldous
Enterprise & Society 16 (3), 648-685, 2015
232015
Reassessing FERA: Examining British firms’ strategic responses to ‘Indianisation’
M Aldous, T Roy
Indian Business in the Twentieth Century, 18-37, 2022
132022
Rehabilitating the intermediary: brokers and auctioneers in the nineteenth-century Anglo-Indian trade
M Aldous
Business History 59 (4), 525-553, 2017
132017
Avoiding “Negligence and Profusion”: The Ownership and Organization of Anglo–Indian Trading Firms, 1813–1870
M Aldous
Enterprise & Society 17 (4), 752-762, 2016
82016
An Incomplete Revolution: Corporate Governance Challenges of the London Assurance Company and the Limitations of the Joint-Stock Form, 1720–1725
M Aldous, S Condorelli
Enterprise & society 21 (1), 239-270, 2020
52020
Was Marshall Right? Managerial Failure and Corporate Ownership in Edwardian Britain
M Aldous, PT Fliers, JD Turner
The Journal of Economic History 83 (1), 131-165, 2023
42023
Navigating institutional change: An historical perspective of firm responses to pro-market reversals
M Aldous, KM Conroy
Journal of International Management 27 (2), 100849, 2021
42021
The anatomy of a bubble company: The London Assurance in 1720
G Acheson, M Aldous, W Quinn
The Economic History Review 77 (1), 160-184, 2024
32024
From traders to planters: The evolving role and importance of trading companies in the 19th century Anglo-Indian Indigo trade
M Aldous
Business History 65 (5), 803-820, 2023
32023
The Liverpool Cotton Brokers Association and the crowning of King Cotton, 1811-1900: Examining the role of a private order institution in global trade
M Aldous, C Coyle
QUCEH Working Paper Series, 2020
32020
Aristocratic amateurs to fat cats? British CEOs in the twentieth century
RJC Adams, M Aldous, P Fliers, JD Turner
QUCEH Working Paper Series, 2023
22023
Examining the Role of a Private-Order Institution in Global Trade: The Liverpool Cotton Brokers' Association and the Crowning of King Cotton, 1811–1900
M Aldous, C Coyle
Business History Review 95 (4), 671-702, 2021
22021
Trading companies
M Aldous
The Routledge Companion to the Makers of Global Business, 201-216, 2019
22019
Business ownership and organisation
M Aldous
An economist’s guide to economic history, 167-174, 2018
22018
Partners, Servants, or Entrepreneurs? Banians in the Nineteenth-Century Bengal Economy
M Aldous
Business History Review 94 (4), 675-697, 2020
12020
Navigating nationalism in global enterprise: A century of Indo-German Business relations: By christina lubinski, cambridge, cambridge university press, 2023, 300 pp, 75.00…
M Aldous
Business History, 1-3, 2023
2023
WG Miller, British traders in the East Indies 1770–1820 (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2020. Pp. i+ 222. ISBN 9781783275533 Hbk. 75.00)
M Aldous
The Economic History Review 75 (1), 290-291, 2022
2022
KJ Saville‐Smith, Provincial society and empire: the Cumbrian counties and the East Indies, 1680–1829 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2018. Pp. xvi+ 296. 8 figs. 1 map. 6 plates. 2…
M Aldous
The Economic History Review 72 (3), 1101-1103, 2019
2019
Avoiding negligence and profusion: The failure of the joint-stock form in Anglo-Indian trade, 1813–1870.
M Aldous
Reassessing the “absurd, hated and pernicious principle of managing agency”: The Role of Hybrid Ownership Forms in the 19th Century Anglo-Indian Trade.
M Aldous
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