Management History Research Group (MHRG)

18 02 2014

The Management History Research Group (MHRG) annual meeting for 2014 will be held at ifs University College campus of the Institute of Financial Services, Peninsular House, London on Tuesday 22 and Wednesday 23 July 2014.

The MHRG is an annual, friendly and informal gathering concerning management history (broadly defined), including ideas affecting the management history community of researchers. Fees and registration for the event and seminar dinner will be £100. Given the variety of accommodation, both quality and price, in London it is suggested that delegates make their own arrangements.

Keynote speakers will include: Professor Karel Williams, University of Manchester

Further Keynotes will be announced in the coming few days.

A full programme for the event will be posted following the initial call for papers:

Call for Papers:

This conference invites papers from all areas of management and business history, in universities and outside, targeting research at any stage of development.
Within the general seminar which events papers on any topic; a specific theme for one session will be broadly on the theme of Banking and Commerce, reflecting the location of this years event, but as always, papers are welcome concerning any time periods or countries, and early results, new approaches to management history and new researchers are encouraged.

Abstracts should be submitted to one of:

Roy Edwards
R.A.Edwards@soton.ac.uk

Simon Mollan
Simon.mollan@york.ac.uk

Kevin Tennent
Kevin.tennent@york.ac.uk

For more information, see here.

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