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2017
1 Boon, Marten.
Boekbespreking Martijn Lak, Tot elkaar veroordeeld. De Nederlands-Duitse economische betrekkingen tussen 1945-1957. Tijdschrift voor geschiedenis 2017 ;Volum 130.(2) s. 321-322
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2 Boon, Marten.
Business Enterprise and Globalization: Towards a Transnational Business History. Business History Review 2017 ;Volum 91.(3) s. 511-535
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3 Boon, Marten.
Commodity Trading Companies in the First Global Economy, 1870-1913. H-Soz-u-Kult (Internet-Forum des H-Net) 2017
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4 Boon, Marten.
Connecting to Global Oil. The Construction of Oil Pipelines in the Rhine Basin, 1955-1960. I: The Rhine: A Transnational Economic History. Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft 2017 ISBN 978-3-8487-4204-2. s. -
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5 Boon, Marten.
Economic Geography and Business History. 9th Summer School of the European Business History Association; 2017-09-04 - 2017-09-09
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6 Boon, Marten.
Making Markets: Royal Dutch/Shell and the commoditization of oil, 1974-1986. 21st Annual Congress European Business History Association; 2017-08-24 - 2017-08-26
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7 Boon, Marten.
Petropreneurs: business opportunities in the Rotterdam Oil Port, 1860-2000s. 7th Transnational Rhine Conference; 2017-09-21 - 2017-09-23
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8 Boon, Marten.
Review Europeans Globalizing: Mapping, Exploiting, Exchanging by Maria Paula Diogo and Dirk van Laak. EuropeNow 2017 (6)
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9 Boon, Marten.
Review of Dutch enterprise in the twentieth century. Business strategies in a small open economy. Business History 2017
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10 Boon, Marten.
Theoretical approaches to commodity trading companies. Commodity Trading Companies in the First Global Economy, 1870-1913; 2017-02-03 - 2017-02-04
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2016
11 Boon, Marten.
Commentator, session: Technological Development and Knowledge Regimes. 6th Transnational Rhine Conference; 2016-04-14 - 2016-04-16
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12 Boon, Marten.
Deuss’ demise: an oil trader’s struggle to keep up with the market, 1970s-1990s. Joint Conference Association of Business Historians (ABH) and Gesellschaft für Unternehmensgeschichte (GUG); 2016-05-27 - 2016-05-28
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13 Boon, Marten.
Oil pipelines, politics and international business. The Rotterdam oil port and the German hinterland 1945-1975. European Business History Association 20th annual conference / First World Business History Conference; 2016-08-25 - 2016-08-27
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14 Boon, Marten.
Ports as trading hubs? Market structure, physical flows and the trading function, 1880s-1980s.. American Association of Geographer Annual Meeting; 2016-03-29 - 2016-04-02
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15 Boon, Marten.
The risks and rewards of trading oil: the commodification of a strategic industry. CEGBI event; 2016-10-31 - 2016-10-31
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16 Boon, Marten.
Trading: Approaches to a ’hidden’ business activity in the oil industry. Forskningskonferanse Norsk olje- og gassarkiv & Norsk Oljemuseum; 2016-03-10 - 2016-03-11
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17 Boon, Marten.
Trading Soviet oil: traders, markets and prices, 1970s-1980s. European Business History Association 20th annual conference / First World Business History Conference; 2016-08-25 - 2016-08-27
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18 Boon, Marten.
Transnational history: merits, opportunities, and pifalls. Twentieth Century History Seminar; 2016-01-19 - 2016-01-19
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19 Boon, Marten; Wubs, Ben.
Property, control and room for manoeuvre: Royal Dutch Shell and Nazi Germany, 1933–1945. Business History 2016
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2015
20 Boon, Marten.
Political Risk in Cold War France. The Case of the Trans-European Pipeline, 1956-1960. 17th World Economic History Congress; 2015-08-03 - 2015-08-07
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21 Boon, Marten.
The Hidden Companies of the Global Economy. Uncovering the History of Independent Oil Traders. Sixth European Oil and Gas Archives Network conference; 2015-05-28 - 2015-05-29
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22 Boon, Marten.
Understanding the rise of independent oil traders: looking beyond the controversies, 1960s-2000s. Inaugural Workshop ‘Hidden Companies of the Global Economy’; 2015-06-17 - 2015-06-17
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2014
23 Boon, Marten.
Fuelling the West German Economic Miracle. The Rotterdam oil port, Royal Dutch Shell and the German hinterland, 1945-1975. 18th Annual Conference of the European Business History Association; 2014-08-21 - 2014-08-23
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24 Boon, Marten.
“Het groote gevaar” – Veiligheid in de Rotterdamse oliehaven. Mainport news 2014
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25 Boon, Marten.
International business and national politics: Crude oil pipelines in the Rhine region, 1955-1960.. 5th Transnational Rhine Conference; 2014-10-30 - 2014-11-01
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26 Boon, Marten.
Oil Pipelines, Politics and International Business. The Rotterdam oil port, Royal Dutch Shell and the German hinterland, 1945-1975. : Unpublished 2014 328 s.
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27 Boon, Marten.
Property, control and room for manoeuvre: Royal Dutch Shell and Nazi Germany, 1933-1945. CEGBI PhD seminar; 2014-11-25
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28 Boon, Marten.
Why foreign companies invest in the Netherlands. The Netherlands as a conduit for international business, 1945-2000s. Seminar Business History@Erasmus; 2014-10-13
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29 Boon, Marten.
Why is Rotterdam the largest oil port of Western Europe? The case of the Trans-European pipeline plan, 1956-1958. Seminar Business History@Erasmus; 2014-01-13
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30 Boon, Marten; Wubs, B..
Property, control and room for manoeuvre: Royal Dutch Shell and Nazi Germany, 1933-1945. Annual Conference of the Business History Conference; 2014-03-13 - 2015-03-15
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2013
31 Boon, Marten.
Energy transition, Suez crisis and transnational transport. The case of the Rotterdam-Rhine pipeline, 1955-1960. Seminar Centre for Business History, Copenhagen Business School; 2013-04-11
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32 Boon, Marten.
Tensions in transport: Rotterdam's contested position as the crude oil port of Western Europe, 1955-1970. Strategizing Raw Materials: Business, Government, History & Planning; 2013-06-24 - 2013-06-26
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33 Boon, Marten; Schenk, Joep.
Trading Places. How Merchants shaped the Rotterdam-Ruhr Axis in the First Global Economy, 1870-1914. 4th Transnational Rhine Conference; 2013-03-22
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34 Boon, Marten; Wubs, B..
Hydrogenation and the Economic Geography of Foreign Direct Investment: the case of Royal Dutch Shell in Germany, 1926-1964. 17th Annual Conference of the EBHA; 2013-08-22 - 2013-08-25
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2012
35 Boon, Marten.
Energy Transition and Port-Hinterland relations. The Rotterdam oil port and its transport relations to the West German hinterland, 1950–1975. Jahrbuch für Wirtschaftsgeschichte 2012 ;Volum 53.(2) s. 215-235
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36 Boon, Marten.
German outport or European gateway? The external relations of the Rotterdam port during energy transition, 1951-1973. FRESH Winter School; 2012-03-23 - 2012-03-24
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37 Boon, Marten.
Institutional Shocks and Regional Continuity: The Role of Royal Dutch/Shell in Reshaping the Lower Rhine region, 1936-1961. NW Posthumus Conference; 2012-05-24 - 2012-05-25
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38 Boon, Marten.
Outport and Hinterland. Rotterdam Business and Ruhr Industry, 1870-2010. BINT Workshop on the future of business history; 2012-04-25
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39 Boon, Marten; Klemann, H.A.M.; Wubs, B..
Outport and Hinterland. Rotterdam Business and Ruhr Industry, 1870-2010. I: The parallel worlds of the seafarer : ashore, afloat and abroad : papers from the 10th North Sea History Conference, Maritime Museum & Aquarium Gothenburg, 1-3 September 2011. Gothenburg: Maritime Museum & Aquarium Gothenburg / Association of North Sea Cities 2012 ISBN 978-91-637-1945-5. s. 201-207
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40 Boon, Marten; Schenk, Joep.
Trading places. How merchants shaped the Rotterdam-Ruhr axis in the first global economy, 1870-1914. 16th Annual Conference of the European Business History Association; 2012-08-30 - 2012-09-01
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2011
41 Boon, Marten.
Energy transition and Port-Hinterland relations. The Rotterdam oil port and its relations to the Rhine-Ruhr hinterland during energy transition, 1950-1975. 3rd Transnational Rhine Conference; 2011-12-01 - 2011-12-02
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42 Boon, Marten.
Energy transition, Suez crisis and transnational transport. The case of the Rotterdam-Rhine pipeline, 1955-1960. 15th Annual Conference of the European Business History Association; 2011-08-24 - 2011-08-26
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43 Boon, Marten.
Opting for Oil. Rotterdam's Oil Port and the Transition from Coal to Oil of the Ruhr Industry, 1945-1975. Studiedag Stichting Bedrijfsgeschiedenis ‘Voorschot op de toekomst: nieuw bedrijfshistorisch onderzoek’; 2011-11-10
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44 Boon, Marten.
Opting for oil. Rotterdam's oil Port and the transition from coal to oil of the Ruhr Industry, 1945-1975. 6th EBHA Summer School; 2011-08-27 - 2011-08-31
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45 Boon, Marten.
Outport and Hinterland. Rotterdam business and Ruhr industry, 1870-2010. 10th North Sea History Conference; 2011-09-01 - 2011-09-03
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2010
46 Boon, Marten.
Opting for Oil. Rotterdam's Oil Port and the Transition from Coal to Oil of the Ruhr Industry, 1945-1975. ESTER/Globaleuronet Research Design Course; 2010-11-23 - 2010-11-27
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