My Papers at ABH 2018

23 06 2018

Here are the papers I have on the programme of the 2018 conference of the Association of Business Historians. Note that some papers will be presented by co-authors.

The full programme is available here.

Session 3C: Banking and varieties of capitalism

Chair: Dimitris Sotiropoulos
Debating banking in Britain: The Colwyn Committee, 1918. Mark Billings (University of Exeter), Simon Mollan (University of York), Philip Garnett (University of York)

The Court of the Bank of England: An analysis of cohort characteristics and change over time. Mark Billings (University of Exeter), Simon Mollan (University of York), Philip Garnett (University of York), Chris Corker (University of York)

Varieties of capitalism and the corporate use of history: The Japanese experience
Andrew Smith (University of Liverpool), Pierre-Yves Donzé (Osaka University)

 

Session 5A: Archives and methodology in Business History

Chair: Shraddha Verma
Archival Ethnography, Stephanie Decker (Aston Business School), Alan McKinlay (Newcastle University)

 

Moving Forward With A Transparency Revolution in the Field of Business History
Andrew Smith (University of Liverpool), Maki Umemura (University of Cardiff)

The practice of business history: Institutional contexts and intellectual identities
Peter Miskell (University of Reading)

Seeing the Moat: Why Accountants Need to Recognize the Value of Corporate Archives
Andrew Smith (University of Liverpool), Neveen Abdelrehim (Newcastle University), Steve Toms (University of Leeds)

 

 

I will also be chairing the following session:

Session 1C: Family firms and SMEs in Business History

Chair: Andrew Smith

Family Firms in England and Wales, 1851-1911. Harry Smith (University of Cambridge)

The value of social capital to family business: A case study in cultural entrepreneurship
Nicholas Wong (Northumbria University)

Memories of War and the Reorientation of Postwar Business, 1945-1960. David Paulson (University of Cambridge)


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