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Article

Bátiz-Lazo, B. and Wardley, P. (2007) Banking on change: Information systems and technologies in UK high street banking, 1919–1969. Financial History Review, 14 (02). pp. 177-205. ISSN 0968-5650

Wardley, P. and White, P. (2003) The arithmeticke project: A collaborative research study of the diffusion of Hindu-Arabic numerals. Journal of the Family and Community Research Society, 6 (1). pp. 1-17. ISSN 1463-1180

Wardley, P. (2001) The emergence of 'Big Business', 1890-1921. ReFRESH, 30.

Wardley, P. (2000) The commercial banking industry and its part in the emergence and consolidation of the corporate economy in Britain before 1940. Journal of Industrial History, 3 (2). pp. 71-97.

Jordan, S., Wardley, P. and Woollard, M. (1999) Emerging modernity in an urban setting: Nineteenth-century Bristol revealed in property surveys. Urban History, 26 (2). pp. 191-210. ISSN 0963-9268

Wardley, P. (1999) The emergence of big business: The largest corporate employers of labour in the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States c. 1907. Business History, 41 (4). pp. 88-116. ISSN 0007-6791

Gernrnell, N. and Wardley, P. (1996) Output, productivity and wages in the British coal industry before 1914: A model with evidence from the Durham region. Bulletin of Economic Research, 48 (3). pp. 209-240. ISSN 0307-3378

Middleton, R. and Wardley, P. (1994) Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1993. Economic History Review, 47 (2). pp. 374-407. ISSN 0013-0117

Gernrnell, N. and Wardley, P. (1994) Retrieving the past: A reclamation and reconstruction of the social survey of Bristol, 1937. History and Computing, 6. pp. 85-105. ISSN 1753-8548

Wardley, P. and Cullum, D. (1994) The diffusion of the Hindu-Arabic numerical system: Numeracy, literacy, and historical analysis of writing skills in seventeenth century West Cornwall. Cornish Studies, 2nd Series, 2. pp. 3-31. ISSN 0308-2679

Dunn, D., Middleton, R. and Wardley, P. (1993) Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1992. Economic History Review, 46 (2). pp. 379-409. ISSN 0013-0117

Colson, J., Middleton, R. and Wardley, P. (1992) Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1991. Economic History Review, 45 (2). pp. 378-412. ISSN 0013-0117

Wardley, P. and Middleton, R. (1991) Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1990. Economic History Review, 44 (2). pp. 343-393. ISSN 0013-0117

Wardley, P. and Middleton, R. (1991) From the wings to centre stage: The role of IT in a resurgent economic history. Computer Applications in Business and the Social Sciences, 2 (2). pp. 1-18.

Wardley, P. (1991) The anatomy of big business: Aspects of corporate development in the twentieth century. Business History, 33 (2). pp. 268-296. ISSN 0007-6791

Wardley, P. and Middleton, R. (1990) Information technology in economic and social history: The computer as philosopher's stone or Pandora's box? Economic History Review, 43 (4). pp. 667-696. ISSN 0013-0117

Gemmell, N. and Wardley, P. (1990) The contribution of services to British economic growth, 1856-1914. Explorations in Economic History, 27 (3). pp. 299-321. ISSN 0014-4983

Wardley, P. (1987) Labouring over productivity estimates: A comment on Hirsch and Hausman's model of coal miners. Economica, 54 (216). pp. 521-524. ISSN 0013-0427

Book Section

Wardley, P. (2011) Women, mechanization and cost-savings in twentieth-century British banks and other financial institutions. In: Richardson , M. and Nicholls, P., eds. (2011) A Business and Labour History of Britain: Case studies of Britain in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230280922

Wardley, P. (2006) Banking on change: Information systems and technologies in UK high street banking 1919-1979. In: Degos, J. G. and Bátiz-Lazo, B., eds. (2006) L'entreprise, le chiffre et le droit: itinéraires parallèles, itinéraires croisés. Bordeaux: Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV, pp. 29-51. ISBN 2952422001

Wardley, P. (2006) The Economy. In: Martel, G., ed. (2006) A Companion to Europe 1900-1945. Wiley Blackwell, pp. 98-116. ISBN 9781405106641

Wardley, P. (2005) The emergence of big business. In: Jeremy , D. J. and Tweedale, G., eds. (2005) Business history. Sage. ISBN 9781412902632

Wardley, P. (2005) The largest corporate employers of labour in the UK, Germany, USA, c.1907. In: Jeremy, D. J. and Tweedale, G., eds. (2005) Business history. Sage. ISBN 9781412902632

Wardley, P. (2004) Samuel Budgett, 1794-1851. In: Matthew , H. C. G. and Harrison, B., eds. (2004) New Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198614111

Wardley, P. (2000) Quantitative analysis, numerical data and local history. In: Wardley, P., ed. (2000) Bristol Historical Resource CD-ROM. Bristol: University of the West of England. ISBN 1860433081

Wardley, P. and Ollerenshaw, P. (1996) Economic growth and the business community in Bristol since 1840. In: Dresser, M. and Ollerenshaw, P., eds. (1996) The making of modern Bristol. Tiverton: Redcliffe Press, pp. 124-155. ISBN 1900178257

Wardley, P. (1994) Edwardian Britain: Empire, income and political discontent. In: Johnson, P., ed. (1994) 20th Century Britain: Economic, Social and Cultural Change. Longman, pp. 57-78. ISBN 0582228174

Wardley, P. (1988) Evaluation of IT in arts and humanities at Bristol Polytechnic. In: Miall, D., ed. (1988) Evaluation of IT in the Humanities. CTIS/CNAA, pp. 56-58.

Wardley, P. (1987) Teaching computing to historians at Durham. In: Denley, P. and Hopkins, D., eds. (1987) History and Computing. Manchester University Press, pp. 321-332.

Wardley, P. (1981) Masters and men: The development of industrial relations in the iron and steel industry before 1918. In: Armstrong, M. E., ed. (1981) Industrial Island: A history of Scunthorpe. Scunthorpe Borough Council, pp. 67-74.

Conference or Workshop Item

Wardley, P. (2011) Arrested development? The welfare experience of British city dwellers in the century after 1840. In: Economic History Society Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK, 2011.

Wardley, P. (2007) The “British World”, large enterprises, and business performance: Historical portrayals, political perceptions and economic realities. In: Defining the “British World” Conference, Bristol, UK, July, 2007.

Wardley, P. (2007) Modern economic growth and the rise of big business: From services to industry and back again? In: Business History Conference, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, June, 2007.

Wardley, P. (2006) Information exchange among late nineteenth and early twentieth century British iron and steel companies. In: XIV International Economic History Conference, Helsinki, 2006.

Wardley, P. (2006) The “Knowledge Economy”: The European experience of information technology and its contribution to economic growth, development and corporate performance. In: XIV International Economic History Conference, Helsinki, 2006.

Wardley, P. (2006) Modern economic growth and the rise of big business: From services to industry and back again? In: 31st Conference of the Economic and Business Historical Society, Pittsburgh, USA, 2006.

Wardley, P. (2006) Women, mechanization and cost-savings in twentieth century British banks and other financial institutions. In: 14th IEH Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 2006.

Wardley, P. (2006) A global assessment of the large enterprise on the eve of the first world war: Corporate size and performance in 1912. In: Global Stock Market History in the Twentieth Century, Tokyo, Japan, 2006.

Wardley, P. (2004) Corporate size and performance before 1914: An international perspective. In: International Colloquium on ‘Business Performance in the 20th Century: A Comparative Perspective, Milan, Italy, 2004.

Wardley, P. and Bátiz-Lazo, B. (2004) Not another story of British backwardness? Information systems and technologies in British high street banking. In: Society for the History of Technology (SHOT2004), Amsterdam, Netherlands, 2004.

Wardley, P. (2003) Perceptions of innovation, receptions of change: Responses to the introduction of machine banking and mechanization in the interwar British retail banking. In: Information Systems and Technology in Orgnaisations and Society, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 28th-30th March, 2003.

Wardley, P. (2000) The emergence of large corporations in the first half of the 20th century. In: European Business History Association, Bordeaux, France, 2000.

Wardley, P. (1999) The calibration of international big business: A new look and quantitative assessment of the emergence of large corporations before 1914. In: Turning Points in Business History, Association Of Business Historians Conference, London, UK, September, 1999.

Wardley, P. (1998) Output, productivity and technical change in British banking, 1900-1939. In: International Economic History Conference, Madrid, Spain, 1998.

Wardley, P. (1998) The commercial Banking Industry and its part in the emergence and consolidation of the corporate economy in Britain before 1940. In: Accounting, Business & Financial History Conference, Cardiff, UK, September, 1998.

Wardley, P. (1997) Output, productivity, technical change and competition in the services sectors: The case of British banking before 1939. In: Monetary History Group Meeting, British Banking Association, November, 1997.

Wardley, P. (1996) Emergent modernity in an urban setting: The evolution of capitalism from a medieval root demonstrated by the residential and commercial characteristics of Bristol, 1837. In: ESRC Economics and Economic History Network, Birmingham, July, 1996.

Wardley, P. (1996) The international anatomy of big business: Comparative aspects of global corporate development in the early twentieth century. In: Northern Universities Economic History Conference, Leeds, UK, November, 1996.

Wardley, P. (1995) The Bristol historical databases project. In: Association for History and Computing UK, Cambridge, UK, April, 1995.

Wardley, P. (1995) Identifying a provincial elite: A prosopographical approach to Bristol's social history since 1800. In: Social History Conference, Edinburgh, UK, March, 1995.

Wardley, P. (1993) Dead reckoning to count the change: Number and numerical representation in the early modern period. In: Economic and Social Research Council QEHSG, York, UK, September, 1993.

Wardley, P. (1993) HIST: The Historian's Interactive Statistical Toolkit. In: Association for History and Computing UK, York, UK, March, 1993.

Wardley, P. (1993) Stepping back to take two paces forward: Information technology, quantitative analysis and the investigation of elites. In: ESRC workshop on `Evaluating Quantitative Approaches to Social History', Colchester, UK, May, 1993.

Wardley, P. (1992) Anglo-American productivity performance, big business and the emergence of the modern corporation. In: Productivity and Institutions Workshop, Exeter, UK, 1992.

Wardley, P. (1991) Aspects of corporate development in the twentieth century: The anatomy of Britain's fifty largest companies in 1904, 1934 and 1985 by absolute size, relative size, concentration, geographical location and inter-locking directorates. In: ESRC Quantitative Economic History Conference , Coventry, UK, 1991.

Wardley, P. (1991) Big business and the emergence of the modern corporation. In: Business History Unit , London, 13th May, 1991.

Wardley, P. and Middleton, R. (1990) Information technology and a new economic history. In: Economic History Society Conference, , Liverpool, UK, March, 1990.

Wardley, P. and Middleton, R. (1990) Information technology and a new economic history. In: Association for History and Computing, Wolverhampton, UK, April, 1990.

Wardley, P. (1988) Big business in the twentieth century: The project and the database. In: Cologne Computer Conference, University of Cologne, Germany, September, 1988.

Wardley, P. (1988) The anatomy of twentieth century British big business. In: First Annual Conference of the British Branch of the Association for History and Computing, Glasgow, UK, March, 1988.

Wardley, P. (1987) Aspects of twentieth century British corporate wealth: A reconciliation of recent macro-economic re-interpretations with indices of business size by estimated market value of firms. In: ESRC Business History Seminar, May, 1987.

Wardley, P. and Gemmell, N. (1986) The anatomy of late Victorian/Edwardian Britain: Characteristics of economic structure and corporate wealth. In: Economic and Social Research Council QEHSG, London, UK, September, 1986.

Wardley, P. (1985) Modelling aspects of British extractive industries. In: Economic and Social Research Council QEHSG, Cardiff, UK , September, 1985.

Wardley, P. (1985) Productivity, mechanization and the labour market in the Cleveland ironstone industry, 1874-1914. In: First World Congress of Cliometrics, Northwestern University, Evanston, Chicago, 1985.

Wardley, P. (1984) Work effort, productivity and mechanization in the Cleveland Ironstone Mines, 1874-1939. In: Northern Universities Economic History Conference , Leeds, UK, October, 1984.

Wardley, P. (1982) An institutional assessment of business behaviour: The late 19th century iron industry in Lincolnshire. In: Economic History Society Conference, Aberdeen, UK, April 1982.

Wardley, P. (1981) Corporate strategy and entrepreneurial performance within a cartel: The Lincolnshire Ironmasters Association 1892-1913. In: Economic and Social Research Council QEHSG, , Colchester, UK, September, 1981.

Wardley, P. (1979) A reconstruction of the records of the Lincolnshire Ironmasters' Association and a preliminary analysis of its collusive activities, 1894-1912. In: Social Science Research Council Quantitative Economic History Study Group, Oxford, UK, January, 1979.

Book

Green, J., Ollerenshaw, P. and Wardley, P. (1991) Business in Avon and Somerset: A survey of archives. Business History Centre at Bristol Polytechnic. ISBN 1871056365

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