Industrial Experiments in the Wilderness: A Sidelight in the Business History of the Hudson's Bay Company

@article{Gluek1958IndustrialEI,
  title={Industrial Experiments in the Wilderness: A Sidelight in the Business History of the Hudson's Bay Company},
  author={Alvin C. Gluek},
  journal={Business History Review},
  year={1958},
  volume={32},
  pages={423 - 433}
}
  • A. C. Gluek
  • Published 1 December 1958
  • History, Economics
  • Business History Review
Development of the North American continent was a halting process, characterized by use and misuse of latent opportunities. The Hudson's Bay Company, giant in fur trade and northern exploration, proved by trial and error experiments that abundant natural assets were not in themselves the magic key to wealth. 
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