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The essays in this volume consider the involvement of business corporations and of individual businessmen in the politics of the 1930s and 1940s: in the move away from the market and also from democracy, towards state control and authoritarianism, including the massive intervention of the state in property rights. How far did businesses attempt to guide this intervention for their own purposes, and to what extent did they succeed? This debate deals, centrally, with the role of German business, of banks, of industrial corporations, and of small tradesmen in the Nazi regime. An older discussion of how they may have facilitated the Nazi takeover has been supplemented here by an investigation into how they made the regime's policies possible, and the extent to which the profit motive drove them to participate - with sometimes more, sometimes less enthusiasm - in the politics of inhumanity. Such discussion has been given further impetus by legal action, initially in the United States, in the form of class action suits on behalf of the victims of Nazism. What do such legal and political debates mean for business history? What are the current responsibilities of business facing the consequences of historical action? And what lessons should be learned concerning the ethics of business behaviour? The contributions to this volume were originally presented as papers at a conference organised by the Society for European Business History in Paris in November 1998.


Harold James, Princeton University, USA and Jakob Tanner, Wissenschaftskolleg, Berlin, Germany, and University of Zurich, Switzerland Gerald D. Feldman, Harold James, Peter Hayes, Christopher Kopper, Mercedes Cabrera, Fernando del Rey, Franco Amatori, Luciano Segreto, Pablo Martin Acena, Jean-Francois Bergier, Per H. Hansen, Jakob Tanner, Richard J. Overy, Zbigniew Landau, Boris Barth, Dirk Luyten, Hein A. M. Klemann, Patrick Fridenson.