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ISBN:0521785154
Author: James Bamberg
ISBN13: 978-0521785150
Title: British Petroleum and Global Oil, 1950-1975: The Challenge of Nationalism (History of British Petroleum, Vol. 3) (v. 3)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Stated First Edition edition (September 18, 2000)
Pages: 666

British Petroleum and Global Oil, 1950-1975: The Challenge of Nationalism (History of British Petroleum, Vol. 3) (v. 3) by James Bamberg



The History of the British Petroleum Company - Volume 1, 2 Part Set: The History of the British Petroleum Company 2 part set (History of British Petroleum). Bamberg is good both at analyzing the company's managerial structure and placing its operations in international context. Bamberg has utilized business and public records to make a major contribution to business history. Bearing in mind the centrality of oil to international politics, his book may be read with profit by a wider range of historians than usually attracted to company histories.

History of the British Petroleum Company. Publication, Distribution, et. Cambridge ; New York. Cambridge University Press, (c)2000. Physical Description: xxvii, 637 . p. of plates : ill. (some co. ;, 24 cm. General Note: Half title: The history of the British Petroleum Company. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 602-615) and index. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book British Petroleum and global oil, 1950-1975 : the challenge of nationalism, James Bamberg.

Bamberg is good both at analyzing the company's managerial structure and placing its operations in international context. Assessing BP's comparative performance, the book focuses on how BP responded politically, economically and culturally to the rise of new competitors, the decline of Britain's imperial power, and the determination of nation states to assert national sovereignty over the vital commodity, oil.

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The development of the retail petroleum industry in the UK has received only sporadic attention by academics. This is curious, as the industry has vital importance to modern commerce.

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The History of the British Petroleum Company by. James Bamberg. Climaxing with the OPEC crisis that shook the world in the 1970s, the book will be of wide interest and relevance, especially for those interested in big business, globalization and nationalism, international affairs, OPEC, the Middle East, and oi. .

become a truly international business. British Petroleum and Global Oil, volume three of a series on the. history of BP, describes that transformation. By 1975 the firm was still among. the leading international oil companies. It had achieved outstanding success in. exploration, especially, for example in Alaska and the North Sea. It was weaker. than many of the oil majors in other respects, nevertheless BP was now refining. and marketing petroleum-based products in nearly every continent and had. diversified into petrochemicals, and even computer consultancy.

Cambridge University Press is not necessarily adding to its well established glory by being a sort of corporate vanity publisher. It has done so with the history of the British Bank of the Middle East and the history of a German bank; and has already published two previous volumes on the history of BP until 1950. Nevertheless, in spite of the risk of sycophantism, the book is greatly enjoyable

This book combines dramatic narrative, arresting analysis and original research. It assesses BP's comparative performance, and focuses on how BP responded to the rise of new competitors, the decline of Britain's imperial power, and the determination of nation states to assert national sovereignty over oil. Climaxing with the OPEC crisis that shook the world in the 1970s, the book will be of wide interest and relevance, especially for those interested in big business, globalization and nationalism, international affairs, OPEC, the Middle East, and oil.