Journal of Management History (Archive): Volume 4 Issue 3

Category:

Management Science / Management Studies

Table of contents

Cameralist thought and public administration

Michael W. Spicer

Cameralism, as a set if ideas, refers to a system of “sciences” whose professors, during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, recorded and attempted to extend and…

A comparative chronology of money: Part 1: From the origins of agriculture to the industrial revolution

Glyn Davies, Roy Davies

This is the first part of a detailed annotated chronology of significant events in the history of money in the context of social, economic, political and technological…

A comparative chronology of money: Part 2: From the Industrial Revolution to the present day

Glyn Davies, Roy Davies

This is the second part of a detailed annotated chronology of significant events in the history of money in the context of social, economic, political and technological…

The evolution of the performance appraisal process

Danielle S. Wiese, M. Ronald Buckley

The performance appraisal process has been the focus of much researcher and practitioner attention. In spite of this attention, methods used in performance appraisal are…

ISSN:

1355-252X

Online date, start – end:

1995 – 2000

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Merged to become:

Management Decision