Publications

Books

Ingulstad, Mats, Espen Storli and Andrew Perchard (eds.) (2014). Tin and Global Capitalism, 1850-2000: A History of "the Devil's Metal". London: Routledge.

Peer reviewed journals

 

Book chapters

Storli, Espen (2014). ‘The Birth of the World's Largest Tin Merchant: Philipp Brothers, Bolivian Tin and American Stockpiles’. In: Mats Ingulstad, Espen Storli and Andrew Perchard (eds.) Tin and Global Capitalism, 1850-2000: A History of "the Devil's Metal". London: Routledge.

Conference papers

Boon, M. The Hidden Companies of the Global Economy. Uncovering the History of Independent Oil Traders. Sixth European Oil and Gas Archives Network Conference, 28-29.05.2015.

Boon, M. Understanding the rise of independent oil traders: looking beyond the controversies, 1960s-2000s. Inaugural Workshop ‘Hidden Companies of the Global Economy’, 17.06.2015.

Lin, Gwendolyn Claire, Fuelling the global trade engine: Noble Group and the rise of China. Inaugural Workshop ‘Hidden Companies of the Global Economy’, 17.06.2015.

Storli, Espen. Breaking Up (a Stockpile) Is Hard To Do: The Political Economy of the Liquidation of the British Strategic Stockpile Program in the 1950s. BHC/EBHA Annual Meeting 2015, 24-27.06.2015.

Storli, Espen, The Cold War as a business opportunity: Metal traders and PL480. Business History Conference 2014, 13-15.03.2014.

Other publications

Storli, Espen (2015). ‘Ludwig Jesselson’. In: R. Daniel Wadhwani (ed.), Immigrant Entrepreneurship: German-American Business Biographies, 1720 to the Present, vol. 5,. Washington: German Historical Institute.  http://www.immigrantentrepreneurship.org/entry.php?rec=167

Jones, Geoffrey, and Espen Storli (2012). ‘Marc Rich and Global Commodity Trading.’ Harvard Business School Case 813-020, June 2012.


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