- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- An Introduction to the Decline: Unfulfilled Promise or Inefficient Path?
- 1 Reconversion: Confirming the Inter-War Course, 1945–1950
- 2 Corporate Structure and Management Strategy: Decision-Making and Path Dependence, 1945–1968
- 3 British Leyland and Chrysler UK: Lock-In, Path Overlap, and Dysfunction, 1968–1977
- 4 The Final Stage in the Indigenous Development Path: British Leyland under Edwardes, 1977–1979
- 5 Design and Development: The Practical Men and the Myth of Engineering Excellence
- 6 British Production Methods: The Evolution of Flexibility and the Failure of Fordism
- 7 Distribution Structures: Dealers, Agents, and Self-Interest
- 8 Domestic and Export Markets: Demand, Differentiation, and Product Characteristics
- 9 Product Quality and Reliability: The Silver British Lemon
- 10 U-Turn, New Path, or Market Failure? Transforming BL into Rover, 1979–1994
- The British Motor Industry, 1945-1994
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