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Dear subscribers to The Exchange,

The following recently published media articles and op-ed articles might be of interest.

Monetary unions in history

a financial history conference

The Business History Conference offers extensive support to emerging (or early-career) scholars, including a doctoral colloquium, a mentoring program, and, crucially, a much-loved free breakfast at the BHC. But when, exactly, do you emerge? And what happens after that?   That’s what I hope to illuminate with this series of interviews with emerging scholars on their state of mind, the state of the field, and everything in between.

Dear subscribers to The Exchange;

The Digital Strategy Project of the Business History Conference seeks to review the organization's current digital practices and digital communications to establish a plan for the future that corresponds with its members’ expectations and other strategies in practice by similar scholarly groups. 

Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences

Chinese Business History Webinar

Market Maoists: The Communist Origins of China’s Capitalist Ascent

CFP on “Microhistory in Management History and Organization Theory”

TOC of the latest Business History Review Issue (96): 2022


Business History (64)3: 2022

Launched as issue on May 10 2022