3 For a recent state of the art review of the economic history of Latin America see Bértola and Rodríguez Weber (2016-forthcoming).
4 For a view of business history by an economic historian see https://johanfourie.wordpress. com/2015/08/28/why-african-business-schools-need-more-business-history/ (Accessed Sep 3, 2015).
5 Whole academic conferences have been dedicated to explore the future direction of business history. For instance 'Business History after Chandler' in the UK (http://www. abh-net.org/docs/conf/Conference_programme_Birmingham.pdf Accessed Sep 3, 2015) and 'Elaborations, Revisions, Dissents: Alfred D. Chandler, Jr.' in thewUwSwA.t(hebhc. org/publications/rjbhr.html Accessed Sep 3, 2015). 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: Own estimates based on data stored ID1E1AS.
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