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The book considers the following inter-related questions:
- What roles does economic imagination play in shaping people's behaviour and how far can insights from behavioural economics be applied to historical issues of market selection?
- How useful is the concept of the 'official mind' for explaining the development of market relationships?
- What has been the relationship between expanding communications and the development of markets?
- How and why have certain regions or groupings (e.g. the Commonwealth) been 'unimagined'- losing their status as promising markets for the future?
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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Erscheinungstermin: 04.04.2018
- ISBN-13: 9783319712970
- Artikelnr.: 52945566
Part 1- Markets of the future.
2 Imagining the opium trade: Britain's justification for the first Anglo-Chinese War; Hao Gao.
3 Business in the borderlands: American trade in the South African marketplace, 1871-1902; Stephen Tuffnell;
4 Imagining New Zealand's economy in the mid-twentieth century; Glen O' Hara.
Part 2- Imagining global trade.
5 Racing round the world: geographical board games and Britain's global expansion, 1780-1850; Paul Young.
6 British free trade and the international feminist vision for peace, c.1846-1946; Marc-William Palen.
7 What was a British buy? Empire, Europe and the politics of patriotic trade in Britain, c.1945-63; David Thackeray and Richard Toye.
8 How self-service happened: the vision and reality of changing market practices in Britain; Lawrence Black and Thomas Spain.
Part 3- Rethinking decolonisation.
Less than an empire and more than British: foreign investor competition in Ghana and Nigeria in the 1960s; Stephanie Decker.
10 'Information after imperialism': British overseas representation and Francophone Africa (1957-1967); Andrew Smith.
11 Constructing colonial capitalism: the public relations campaigns of Hong Kong business groups, 1959-1966; David Clayton.
12 Un-imagining markets: Chambers of Commerce, globalisation and the political economy of the Commonwealth of Nations, 1945-1975; Andrew Dilley.
13 Commercial preferences: Economics and Britain's European choices, 1945-2016; Piers Ludlow.