Papers on Canadian Topics at the 2019 Business History Conference

6 02 2019

The program of the 2019 Business History Conference has been published online. I observed a fair number of papers on Canadian topics.

Matthew Bellamy, Carleton University “Into the Blue: Licensing Agreements and the Globalization of Canada’s Labatt Brewery”

José Galindo, Universidad Veracruzana “Crony Capitalism and International Investment: The Case of Canadian Companies in Mexico”

Stefano Tijerina, University of Maine “Globalizing the Americas: Canada’s Business Expansion in Colombia During the First Half of the Twentieth Century”

Victoria Barnes, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History
Lucy Newton, Henley Business School, University of Reading
“Shifts of Wealth, Capital and Responsibility: Litigating in London about Shareholder Rights in Canada and the Commonwealth”

Michael Stamm, Michigan State University “Canadian Trees, American Policy, and Latin American Journalism: A Hemispheric History of Newsprint in the Mid-Twentieth Century”

 

My employer, the University of Liverpool, will be represented by Rory Miller, who will be presenting on “Foreign Firms and Economic Nationalism in Mid-Twentieth-Century Latin America”


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