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History in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools: The Proceedings of the First AAHANZBS Conference.
Editor: Greg Patmore
Publisher: Business and Labour History Group, The University of Sydney
ISBN: 978-1-74210-164-4

The inaugural conference of the Academic Association of Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools (AAHANZBS) is being held at The University of Sydney, 14-15 December 2009.

The symposium is organised on behalf of AAHANZBS by the Business and Labour History Group, The University of Sydney, with the financial support of the University’s Faculty of Economics and Business.

The inaugural conference of AAHANZBS provides an opportunity for researchers to present papers across a wide range of topics. There are three main themes:

  1. The role of historical research in developing theoretical perspectives in business and management;
  2. How historical research aids our understanding of contemporary issues in business and management;
  3. Teaching history in business and management schools.
The conference includes both refereed and non-refereed streams. All refereed conference papers (full versions) were double-blind assessed by two anonymous referees. The authors retain copyright over, and take full responsibility for, their papers and abstracts.

The University of Sydney claims copyright ownership of all information stored on this site, unless expressly stated otherwise.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Dec-2009Should Banking be Left to the Bankers? A Comparison of the Great Depression and the Great Financial CrisisKirkby, Elisabeth Wilma
Dec-2009The History of the US Automobile Industry: A Psychological InquiryRares, Quintin
Dec-2009Organisational Paths: How History Matters in a Publishing OrganisationSchreyögg, Georg; Sydow, Jörg
Dec-2009We’ve Been Down this Road Before: Evidence on the Health Consequences of Precarious Employment in Industrial Societies, 1840-1920Quinlan, Michael
Dec-2009Can Historical Research into Fengshui Tell Us Anything about Business in China?Paton, Michael
Dec-2009The Whole Truth: How History can Inform Our Understanding of Ageing WorkforcesColley, Linda
Dec-2009Competition in Retailing: Lessons from the History of Rochdale Consumer Co-operatives in AustraliaPatmore, Greg; Balnave, Nikola
Dec-2009Passenger Transport in the UK 1920-50: The Drive for 'Co-ordination' of Transport ModesMulley, Corinne
Dec-2009The Deep Veins of the Sons of Gwalia LitigationDi Lernia, Cary
Dec-2009The Concept of Socipe in Societal Planning: An Historical ApproachThompson, Ann-Marie
Dec-2009Car Parking Matters to Small Retailers: An Historical Case Study of Three Town Centres in MarrickvilleMoutou, Claudine
Dec-2009Exploring Channel Evolution with HistoryYoung, Louise; Bairstow, Nigel
Dec-2009The Use and Abuse of Business HistoryWalker, Miranda; Mees, Bernard
Dec-2009Using Historical Perspective to Enhance Understanding of the Relationship Between Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Diversity ManagementGroutsis, Dimitria; Taksa, Lucy
Dec-2009Collective Biography and Labour History: The Case of The Biographical Register of the Australian Labour Movement, 1788-1975Shields, John; Moore, Andrew
Dec-2009When History is Ignored: Business Black Swans and the Use and Abuse of a NotionClarke, Frank; Dean, Graeme
Dec-2009The Benefits (and Limitations) of Business History to the Study of Management and Organisations: The Example of the Global Diffusion of Management KnowledgeWright, Christopher
Dec-2009Business History as Capstone CoursesColquhoun, Philip
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18