Publications en anglais

H. Bonin: Publications in English

* Books
• (avec Nuno Valerio, dir.), Colonial and Imperial Banking History, Abingdon, Routledge, « Banking, Money & International Finance », 2016 (192 p.). Reedited, paperback, 2018.
• (avec Nuno Valerio & Kazuhiko Yago, dir.), Asian Imperial Banking History, Londres, Routledge, « Banking, Money & International Finance », 2015 (240 p.)
• Hubert Bonin (& Carlo Brambilla) (eds.), Investment Banking History. National and Comparative Issues (19th-21st Centuries, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, « Euroclio. Studies & Documents », 2014.
• Hubert Bonin & Paul Thomes (dir.), Old Paternalism, New Paternalism, Post-Paternalism (19th-21st Centuries), Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2013.
• French Banks and the Greek “Niche Market”, mid-1880s-1950s, Genève, Droz, “Publications d’histoire économique & sociale internationale”, 2013 (382 p.).
• Luciano Segreto, Hubert Bonin, Andrzej Kozminski, Carles Manera & Manfred Pohl (dir.), European Business and Brand Building, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2012.
• History of the Suez Canal Company, 1858-1960. Between Controversy and Utility, Genève, Droz, “Publications d’histoire économique & sociale internationale”, 2010.
• (avec Ferry de Goey, dir.), American Companies in Europe (1890-1980). Strategy, Identity, Perception and Performance, Genève, Droz, 2008.
• (avec Lorans Tanatar Baruh, dir.), Company Journals in Banks and Insurance Companies: History and Recent Development, Francfort, European Association for Banking & Financial History, 2008.
• (avec Francesca Pino, dir.), Central Corporate Archives during and after Mergers, Archive Year Series, Frankfurt-am-Main, European Association for Banking History, 2004.
• Ford, 1903-2003: The European History (avec Yannick Lung & Steven Tolliday, dir.), Paris, PLAGE, 2003 (deux volumes, 1 200 p.).
• H. Bonin (et alii, dir), Transnational Companies (19th-20th Centuries) [actes du 4e congrès de l’European Business History Association à Bordeaux en septembre 2000], Paris, PLAGE, 2002.
• La Société générale en Grande-Bretagne (1871-1996), La collection historique de la Société générale, Paris, 1996 (100 p.) (paru en français et en anglais).

* Chapters of books or articles

• « Geo-Economics and banking », in Joseph Mark Munoz (dir.), Advances in Geoeconomics, Cheltenham UK and Northampton US, Edward Elgar, 2017, p. 217-226.
• (Avec Nuno Valerio), “Issues about European colonial banking: Varieties of cultures, models and histories” (p. 3-20 ) ; “Parisian banking networks and the empire: Measuring the influence of “colonial” bankers” (p. 149-173), in Hubert Bonin & Nuno Valerio (dir.), Colonial and Imperial Banking History, Abingdon, Routledge, « Banking, Money & International Finance », 2016.
• « French banks and public opinion: The public’s negative perception of the French banking establishment (from the 1800s to the 1950s) », in Carmen Hofmann & Martin Müller (dir.), History of Financial Institutions: Essays on the History of European Finance, 1800-1950, Abingdon, Routledge, 2016 (Homage to Gerald Feldman), « Banking, Money & International Finance », p. 77-104.
• « Europeanized French bankers? (from the 1830s to the 1970s) », Business History, Routledge, octobre-décembre 2014, volume 56, n°7-8, p. 1312-1334.
• (avec Bertrand Blancheton & David Le Bris), « The French paradox: A financial crisis during the Golden Age of the 1960s», Business History, volume 56, n°3, mars-avril 2014, p. 391-413 [ssrn.com/abstract=2359050 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2359050].
• (avec Luciano Segreto), “˛Good’ versus ‘bad’ embeddedness: The case of Bordeaux and of some Italian regions”, in Vappu Ikunen & Duncan Ross (dir.), The Critical Function of History in Banking and Finance, Francfort, Bank of Cyprus et EABH, “Studies in banking and finance history”, 2014, p. 43-58.
• (avec Carlo Brambilla), « Varieties in investment banking evolutions and functions », chapitre 1, in Hubert Bonin & Carlo Brambilla (eds.), Investment Banking History. National and Comparative Issues (19th-21st Centuries, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, « Euroclio. Studies & Documents », 2014, p. 21-37.
• « French investment banks’ renewal after WWII (1945-1960): Differenciation and pathbreaking », chapitre 7, in Hubert Bonin & Carlo Brambilla (eds.), Investment Banking History. National and Comparative Issues (19th-21st Centuries, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, « Euroclio. Studies & Documents », 2014, p. 201-266.
• (with Carlo Brambilla), « Overall survey of authors’ contributions to investment banking history », chapitre 14, in Hubert Bonin & Carlo Brambilla (eds.), Investment Banking History. National and Comparative Issues (19th-21st Centuries, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, « Euroclio. Studies & Documents », 2014, p. 439-469.
• « From history to present: Investment banking at stake », chapitre 15, in Hubert Bonin & Carlo Brambilla (eds.), Investment Banking History. National and Comparative Issues (19th-21st Centuries, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2014, « Euroclio. Studies & Documents », p. 471-507.
• « Final considerations. Are investment bankers an issue? », in Hubert Bonin & Carlo Brambilla (eds.), Investment Banking History. National and Comparative Issues (19th-21st Centuries, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2014, « Euroclio. Studies & Documents », p. 509-516.
• “Banks and geopolitics: Issues of finance connections”, in Joseph Mark Munoz (ed.), Handbook in the Geopolitics of Business, Cheltenham UK and Northampton US, Edward Elgar, 2013, p. 125-138.
• French Banks and the Greek “Niche Market”, mid-1880s-1950s, Genève, Droz, collection “Publications d’histoire économique & sociale internationale”, 2013 (382 p.).
• Issues concerning the stages of paternalism” (p. 11-22); “The prehistory of corporate social responsibility: Why did paternalism failed in France?” (p. 61-80); “Paternalism at the turn of the 21st century. Mothballed or regaining momentum?” (p. 357-392), in Hubert Bonin & Paul Thomes (dir.), Old Paternalism, New Paternalism, Post-Paternalism (19th-21st Centuries), Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2013.
• “French bankers and economic patriotism in the Chinese port-cities (1880s-1930s)”, in Melanie Aspey, Peter Hertner, Krzysztof Kaczmar, Jakub Skiba, Dieter Stiefel & Nuno Valerio (dir.), Foreign Financial Institutions and National Financial Systems. Studies in Banking and Financial History, Francfort, EABH, 2013, p. 15-54.
• “French cooperative banks across crisis in the 1930s and in 2007-2013”, in Joke Mooj & Wim Boonstra (eds.), Raiffeisen’s Footprint. The Cooperative Way of Banking, Amsterdam, VU Press, 2012, p. 139-160.
• “Austrian Raiffeisen Zentralbank through the 2006-2012 crisis”, in Joke Mooj & Wim Boonstra (eds.), Raiffeisen’s Footprint. The Cooperative Way of Banking, Amsterdam, VU Press, 2012, p. 247-266.
• “French banking in Hong Kong: From the 1860s to the 1950s”, in Shizuya Nishimura, Toshio Suzuki & Ranald Michie (eds.), The Origins of International Banking in Asia. The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2012, p. 124-144.
• “A reassessment of the business history of the French luxury sector. The emergence of a new business model and a renewed corporate image (from the 1970s)” (p. 113-136) ; “Conclusive remarks. European values and European brands: Corporate culture and commercial identity” (p. 235-246), in Luciano Segreto, Hubert Bonin, Andrzej Kozminski, Carles Manera et Manfred Pohl (dir.), European Business and Brand Building, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, 2012.
• “The French Savings Banks from the 1990s. Issues and challenges”, Bulletin. Newsletter from the EABH-European Association for Banking and Financial History, Francfort, 2/2011, December 2011, p. 20-30.
• « Fixing the organisation of a banking firm: The case of the Inspection générale at Société générale », in EABH (dir.), Corporate Governance in Financial Institutions. Historical Developments and Currents Problems, Amsterdam, EABH & ING, 2011, p. 68-77.
• « From prehistory to the history of computers in banking: Mechanization of data processing and accounting methods in French banks, circa 1930-1950 », in Bernardo Batiz-Lazo, J. Carles Maixé-Altès & Paul Thomes (dir.), Technological Innovation in Retail Finance. International Historical Perspectives, New York & Abingdon (UK), “Routledge International Studies in Business History”, 2011, p. 15-36.
• « French fries: Deeply rooted in European culture », Cahiers de nutrition & diététique (Elsevier-Masson), 2010, 45, n°1, p. 51-56.
• « Geopolitics versus brands: The fate of Czech and Slovakian brands before, during, and after Communism », in José Morilla Critz, Juan Hernandez Andru, Jose-Luis Garcia Ruiz & José Maria Ortiz-Villajos (dir.), Homenaje a Habriel Tortella. Las claves del desarrollo economico y social, Universidad de d’Alcala et LID, 2010, p. 755-772.
• « Fashion trends in banking business models since the 18500s », Business & Economic History On-Line, volume 7, 2009 [http://www.thebhc.org/publications/BEHonline/2009/beh2009.html].
• “Atlantic Ocean (19th-21st centuries)” (p. 49-58), “African dams and locks” (11-14), “Asian dams and locks” (29-33), “European laws and treaties” (501-504), “Fuels, transportation” (343-348), “North American dams and locks” (184-189), “Oil and natural gas” (380-388), “Panama canal” (218-228), “Suez canal” (257-270), “Trade and transportation (19th-20th centuries)” (663-671), in John Zumerchik & Steven Danver (eds.), Seas and Waterways of the World. An Encyclopedia of History, Uses, and Issues (2 volumes), Santa Barbara (Calif.), ABC Clio, 2009.
• “The French group Accor and tourism since 1967: Business tourism without a mass tourism strategy”, in Luciano Segreto, Carles Manera & Manfred Pohl (eds.), Europe at the Seaside. The Economic History of Mass Tourism in the Mediterranean, New York, Berghahn, 2009, p. 144-173.
• « First American firms coming to France (from the 1900s to the 1930s” (p. 71-102) ; « Equipment goods and mass brands American business spreading modernity into France? Strategies, identity and perception (from the 1940s to the 1980s) (p. 503-648) », in Hubert Bonin & Ferry de Goey (dir.), American Companies in Europe (1890-1980). Strategy, Identity, Perception and Performance, Genève, Droz, 2008.
• “Non-state and non-capitalist enterprises in France in the 19th-20th centuries: The causes of a slow development”, in Susanna Fellman, Antti Kuusterä & Erro Vaara (eds.), Historical Perspectives on Corporate Governance. Reflections on Ownership, Participation and Different Modes of Organizing, Helsinki, The Finnish Society of Science and Letters, 2008, p. 65-88.
• “The international scope of Bordeaux port: Logistics, economic effects and business cycles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries” (avec Bruno Marnot), in Tapio Bergholm, Lewis Fisher & Elisabetta Tonizzi (dir.), Making Global and Local Connections: Historical Perspectives on Ports, Research in Maritime History, n°35, automne 2007, p. 1-22.
• “Introduction”, in Hubert Bonin & Lorans Tanatar Baruh (eds.), Company Journals in Banks and Insurance Companies: History and Recent Development, Francfort, European Association for Banking & Financial History, 2008, p. 5-9.
• « Suez toward a European enterprise, 1982-2000 », in Harm Schröter (dir), The European Enterprise. Historical Investigation into a Future Species, Berlin, Springer, 2008, p. 169-182.
• « Business interests versus geopolitics: the case of the Siberian pipeline in the 1980s », Business History, volume 49, n°2, March 2007, p. 235-254.
• “A short history of entrepreneurship in France (from 1780 up today)”, in Youssef Cassis & Ioanna Pepelasi Minoglou (dir.), Country Studies in Entrepreneurship. A Historical Perspective, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006, p. 65-97.
• « French banking and innovation, c. 1850-1970: Did imaginative bankers exist? », in Kristine Bruland & Jean-Marc Olivier (dir.), Essays on Industrialisation in France, Norway and Spain, Tid og Tanke n°9, University of Oslo, Publications series of history, IAKH, Unipub forlag-Oslo Academic Press, 2005, p. 113-133.
• « The challenged competitiveness of the Paris banking and finance markets, 1914-1958 », in Youssef Cassis & Éric Bussière (dir.), London and Paris as International Financial Centres in the Twentieth Century, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2005, p. 183-204.
• « ’Blue angels’, ‘Venture Capital’, and ‘Whales’: Networks Financing the Take-off of the Second Industrial Revolution in France (1890s-1920s) », Business & Economic History On-Line, volume 2, 2004 [http://www.thebhc.org/BEH/04/bonin.pdf], p. 1-49.
• « The development of accounting machine in French banks from the 1920s to the 1960s », Accounting, Business & Financial History, 14-3, November 2004, p. 257-276.
• « A French banking historian as a user of banks’ archives: What about mergers and acquisitions ? » in H. Bonin & Francesca Pino (dir.), Central Corporate Archives during and after Mergers, Archive Year Series, Frankfurt-am-Main, European Association for Banking History, 2004, p. 93-104.
• “Ford during the Second World War (a review)”; “Ford’s Bordeaux-Blanquefort plants: a history (1969-1982)”; “Palau in Gironde: a beacon for the evolution of Ford dealership in France”; “Ford brand’s image: An essay to gauge its evolution in Europe (between the 1930s and the 1980s)”, in Ford, 1903-2003: The European History (avec Yannick Lung & Steven Tolliday, dir.), Paris, PLAGE, 2003 (deux volumes, 1 200 p.).
• « The Ginestet case study. Internationalisation as a way to renew Bordeaux wine economy’s entreprise spirit (1978-2000) » (with C. Delpeuch) ; « ‘The French touch’: international beauty and health care at L’Oréal (since 1907) » (with C. Pailhé and Nadine Polakoswki) ; « Internationalisation, multinationalisation, transnationalisation and globalisation: a contribution to debate », in H. Bonin (et alii, dir), Transnational Companies (19th-20th Centuries) (en co-direction) [actes du 4e congrès de l’European Business History Association à Bordeaux en septembre 2000], Paris, PLAGE, 2002.
• « The demand for banking deconcentration in France, 1900-1997: A recurrent endeavour to alleviate big banks’ hegemony », in Manfred Pohl, Teresa Tortella & Herman Van der Wee (dir.), A Century of Banking Consolidation in Europe. The History and Archives of Mergers & Acquisitions, Aldershot UK, Ashgate, 2001, p. 213-235.
• « The regulation of French banking and stock exchange markets (19th–20th centuries): State interests and common interest, from total liberalism to total State interventionism ? », in Bankhistorisches Archiv. Zeitschrift zur Bankengeschichte, Beiheft 39, Regulierung auf globalen Finanzmärkten zwischen Risikoschutz und Wettbewerbssicherung, septembre 2001, Francfort, Franz Knapp (actes du colloque du 20 septembre 2000 à la Commerzbank), pages 20-36.
• « The emergence of central bank functions at Banque de France », Bankhistorisches Archiv. Zeitschrift zur Bankengeschichte, décembre 2000, Francfort, Franz Knapp, p. 97-116.
• « The archives of Société Générale: From a project to reality » (avec Claire Chaumel), Financial History Review, 1998, p. 87-98 (Cambridge University Press).
• « Deindustrialisation and reindustrialisation : The case of Bordeaux and Nantes » (en collaboration avec Olivier Pétré-Grenouilleau), in Franco Amatori, Andrea Colli & Nicola Crepas (dir.), Deindustrialization & Reindustrialization in 20th Century Europe, Milan, FrancoAngeli, 1999, p. 233-262 [second congrès de l’European Business History Association, Terni, 25-27 septembre 1998].
• « Social & geographical aspects of finance and banking in the making of modern capitalism (1830-1930): France », in Philipp Cottrell & Jaime Reis, Finance and the Making of the Modern Capitalist World, Proceedings of the Berkeley conference of april 1997, publication at Leicester University, 1998, p. 57-68.
• « Social & geographical aspects of finance and banking in the making of modern capitalism (1830-1930) », in Philip L. Cottrell & James Reis (dir.), Finance and the Making of the Modern Capitalist World, Proceedings of the twelfth international economic history congress, Madrid, August 1998, Fundacion fomento de la historia economica, Séville, 1998, p. 81-96.
• « The French banks in the Pacific area (1860-1945) », in Olive Checkland, Shizuya Nishimura & Norio Tamaki (dir.), Pacific Banking (1859-1959). East Meets West (actes du colloque de Tokyo, 1993), Londres, MacMillan, et New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1994, p. 61-74.
• « The international factors in the development of the French banking system », in Rondo Cameron & Valery I. Bovykin (dir.), International Banking & Industrial Finance, 1870-1914, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1992 (actes du colloque de Bellagio, 1985).
• « The political influence of bankers and financiers in France in the years 1850-1960 », chapitre 12, in Youssef Cassis (dir.), Finance & Financiers in European History (1880-1960), Cambridge University Press-Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, 1991 (actes du colloque de Genève, 1989), p. 219-242.