Business Schools and History: Proceedings of the Second AAHANZBS Conference - 2010
Business Schools and History: Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference of AAHANZBS, 16-17 December 2010, The University of Sydney
Editor: Greg Patmore
Publisher: Business and Labour History Group, The University of Sydney
The second annual conference of the Academic Association of Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools (AAHANZBS) is being held at The University of Sydney, 16-17 December 2010.
It is organised on behalf of AAHANZBS by the Business and Labour History Group, The University of Sydney, with the financial support of the University'sFaculty of Economics and Business.
The conference provides an opportunity for researchers to present papers across a wide range of topics. There are three main themes:
- The role of historical research in developing theoretical perspectives in business and management
- How historical research aids our understanding of contemporary issues in business and management
- Teaching history in business and management schools
The conference includes both refereed and non-refereed streams. All refereed conference papers (full versions) are double-blind assessed by two anonymous referees. The authors retain copyright over, and take full responsibility for their papers and abstracts.
Published 2010-12-01The Barossa Community Store in Nuriootpa is Australia’s largest and most successful surviving Rochdale co-operative store. It is located in the Barossa Valley, the centre of one of Australia’s major wine growing regions. ...Conference paper
Published 2010-12-01This paper considers the relationship between spatiality, emotions and gender from the theoretical perspective of traditional Chinese thought in the early art/science of fengshui (wind and water). The discussion is based ...Conference paper
Published 2010-12-01This paper is an historical enquiry into small and medium enterprise (SME) policy development in New Zealand during the years 1978 to 2008. Following the publication of the Bolton Report (1971) in the United Kingdom and ...Conference paper
‘The war is a money making show’: Working-Class Attitudes to World War II and Australian Nationalism Published 2010-12-01This paper will address the conference themes of ‘class, power and social structure’ through examining industrial and ideological conflict during World War II. The paper will also address the theme of ‘class and culture’ ...Conference paper
Published 2010-12-01The Australian cameleering industry, which thrived in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, played a crucial role in the exploration of the Australian outback, and development of the mineral riches of the new colony. ...Conference paper