Angus is an Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins University. His research and teaching explores problems at the intersection of ideas, politics, and markets in the United States and the Atlantic world since the late 19th century.
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Christy Ford Chapin
Christy Ford Chapin is an assistant professor of twentieth-century political history at The University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Her interests include political, business, and economic history as well as capitalism studies.
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Dawn DeTienne is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship in the College of Business at Colorado State University. Her research focuses upon entrepreneurial exit, gender and entrepreneurship, family business, and opportunity identification.
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Louis Galambos is a professor of history and editor of The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower at The Johns Hopkins University. Galambos has written extensively on U.S. business history, business-government relations, the economic aspects of modern institutional development in America, and the rise of the bureaucratic state.
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