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Volker R. Berghahn (editor). Quest for Economic Empire: European Strategies of German Big Business in the Twentieth Century. Berghahn Books. 1996. 224pp. Conference papers, Brown University.

Niall Ferguson. Paper and Iron: Hamburg Business and German Politics in the Era of Inflation, 1897-1927. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 556pp.

Philip Glouchevitch. Juggernaut: The German Way of Business: Why It Is Transforming Europe, and the World. Simon & Schuster. 1992. 239pp.

Jürgen Kocka. Industrial Culture and Bourgeois Society: Business, Labor, and Bureaucracy in Modern Germany. Berghahn Books. 1999. 325pp.

Akira Kudo. Japanese-German Business Relations: Cooperation and Rivalry in the Inter-War Period. Routledge. 1998. 286pp.

W. R. Lee (editor). German Industry and German Industrialisation: Essays in German Economic and Business History in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Taylor & Francis. 1991. 322pp.

Joachim Lund. Working for the New Order: European Business Under German Domination, 1939-1945. Copenhagen Business School Press. 2006. 192pp.

Nigel Reeves; Helen Kelly-Holmes. The European Business Environment: Germany. International Thomson Business Press. 1997. 256pp.

Carl T. Schmidt. German Business Cycles, 1924-1933. National Bureau of Economic Research. 1934. 283pp.

Henry Ashby Turner, Jr.. German Big Business and the Rise of Hitler. Oxford University Press. 1985. 504pp.

Frank Vogl. German Business After the Economic Miracle. John Wiley and Sons. 1974. 264pp.

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