EBHA E-Congress, September 10 and 11, 2020

30 08 2020

The European Business History Association conference was supposed to take place in Nagoya, Japan this month. It has been postponed for a year because of the pandemic. The EBHA has organised a small but excellent e-conference at which I will be speaking about the challenges of online teaching.  The keynote address will be delivered by Martin Wolf, a Financial Times columnist who is a great defender of globalization, international trade, and liberal values. The title of the e-conference is “Globalization Challenged”.  Please register here.

EBHA E-Congress, September 10 and 11, 2020
Hosted by CUNEF – Madrid (Zoom Platform)

After registration, you will receive a link to the Zoom platform (same link for all the congress, except
Globalization Challenged

Thursday, September 10 th, 2020
Session 1
4.00 – 5.30 pm CEST
Introduction and Chair: Andrea Colli, EBHA President
Keynote Speech, Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Discussant: Teresa Da Silva Lopes, EBHA Vice-president

Friday, September 11th, 2020
Session 2
10.00-11.45 am CEST
Introduction and Chair: Bram Bouwens
Globalization Challenged: the perspective of Business History
1) Tomasz Olejniczak, Kozminski University (Warsaw) Department of Management
2) Grace Ballor, Harvard Business School
3) Ann-Kristine Bergquist, Department of Economic History, Umeå University
4) Edoardo Altamura, Department of International History, Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies (Geneva)

12.00-12.45 am CEST: EBHA AGM (in a separate virtual room)
Registration required (EBHA members only): https://ebha.org/public/C5
2.30-4.00 pm

Virtual Roundtable “Teaching Business History in Distance Learning” Coordinator: Maiju Wuokko
Same Zoom address than the Congress



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