Emotional Historians? A review of Andrew Popp’s Entrepreneurial Families

31 01 2015

Joanne Bailey has posted a lengthy and very positive review of my colleague Andrew Popp’s book Entrepreneurial Families: Business, Marriage, and Life in the Early Nineteenth Century (Studies in Business History, Pickering and Chatto, London, 2012).

I think that the main lesson we can take away from the discussion that Popp’s book has generated is that we need additional research into the mental and social landscapes of historical entrepreneurs.

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