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The Business History Conference April newsletter includes

  • New issues in academic journals
  • Links to recent Interviews and Podcasts
  • A new MEET THE OFFICERS interview with Dr. Laura Phillips Sawyer
  • #BHC2021online Award Ceremony Report
Reach out to the editor Paula A. de la Cruz-Fernández
Help us amplify our audience by connecting with us and sharing this newsletter
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 OVER THE COUNTER NO.58The Business History Conference April newsletter includesNew issues in academic journalsLinks to recent Interviews and PodcastsA new MEET THE OFFICERS interview with Dr. Laura Phillips Sawyer#BHC2021online Award Ceremony ReportReach out to the editor Paula A. de la Cruz-FernándezHelp us amplify our audience by connecting with us and sharing this newsletterBHC LinkedIn

Professor Neil Rollings' (University of Glasgow) Presidential Address 

"The Vast and Unsolved Enigma of Power": Business History and Business Power

is now in the Business History Conference's YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/8jbDW2u9vI4

Professor Neil Rollings' (University of Glasgow) Presidential Address "The Vast and Unsolved Enigma of Power": Business History and Business Poweris now in the Business History Conference's YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/8jbDW2u9vI4

Virtual AHA Seminar: Business History Today

April 13th, 2021

2 pm 

Colloquium--An assessment of the doing of business history at the beginning of the 21st century, sketching new trends and themes.

Chair: 

Philip B. Scranton, Rutgers University-Camden

Presenters:

Business History, Theory, and Globalization

by Kenneth J. Lipartito, Florida International University

Rethinking Chinese Economic Life and Business History

by Philip Thai, Northeastern University

Economic Life and the Margins of Business History

by Alexia Yates, University of Manchester

Histories of Business in Africa: Lessons from Ghana

by Bianca Murillo, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Virtual AHA Seminar: Business History TodayApril 13th, 20212 pm Colloquium--An assessment of the doing of business history at the beginning of the 21st century, sketching new trends and themes.Chair: Philip B. Scranton, Rutgers University-CamdenPresenters:Business History, Theory, and Globalizationby Kenneth J. Lipartito, Florida International UniversityRethinking Chinese Economic Life and

The Spanish Association of International Economics and Finance (AEEFI) and the University of Murcia are pleased to announce that the 22nd Conference on International Economics will take place in Murcia on June 17th and 18th, 2021.

The keynote speakers are:

Paul De Grauwe  (The London School of Economics and Political Science)

Gabriel Pérez-Quirós  (European Central Bank)

The conference will have a hybrid format with online sessions and in-person sessions (which will be also accessed remotely through the Zoom platform for those prevented from traveling by COVID-19 or any other cause).

All authors who participate in the conference will have the opportunity to submit the papers presented to be considered for publication in the Special Issue of the journal Economics-The Open Access Open-Assessment E-Journal. 

Topics: International Trade, International Capital Movements, International Finance, Open Economy Macroeconomics, Migration Flows, International Flows of Services, Trade and Firm Behaviour, Trade Policies and Economic Integration, Labour Market and Trade and Financial Flows.

The extended deadline for manuscript submission is April 15, 2021.

More information: https://aeefi.com/en/cie/ 

We would appreciate it if you could distribute this announcement within your institution and to everyone you consider that could be interested.

We look forward to receiving your research papers and we hope to see you in Murcia.

Kind regards,

AEEFI Board of Directors

The Spanish Association of International Economics and Finance (AEEFI) and the University of Murcia are pleased to announce that the 22nd Conference on International Economics will take place in Murcia on June 17th and 18th, 2021.The keynote speakers are:Paul De Grauwe  (The London School of Economics and Political Science)Gabriel Pérez-Quirós  (European Central Bank)The conference will have a

2nd International Conference on Indian Business & Economic History

Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

August 24 (Tue), Aug 25 (Wed), Aug 26 (Thu), Aug 27 (Fri), 2021

The 2nd International Conference on Indian Business & Economic History will be hosted online, anchored by IIMA, on August 24-27, 2021. It will be a forum to host research papers, provide a workshop for Ph.D. students, and spark conversations on this subject. The conference will draw in leading scholars working in the field within and outside India.

Conference Organizing Committee

Chinmay Tumbe (IIM-Ahmedabad, India)

Tirthankar Roy (London School of Economics & Political Science)

Medha Kudaisya (National University of Singapore)

Bishnupriya Gupta (Warwick University)

Chikayoshi Nomura (Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo)

Conference Timeline

Submission Deadline: April 30, 2021

Notification to selected students and speakers by May 10, 2021

Conference Dates: August 24 (PhD Student Workshop), August 25, 26, 27 (Research Papers and other sessions), 2021

Conference ModeOnline. Registration to the conference is free and participants can log-on to the proceedings from anywhere in the world.

2nd International Conference on Indian Business & Economic HistoryIndian Institute of Management AhmedabadAugust 24 (Tue), Aug 25 (Wed), Aug 26 (Thu), Aug 27 (Fri), 2021The 2nd International Conference on Indian Business & Economic History will be hosted online, anchored by IIMA, on August 24-27, 2021. It will be a forum to host research papers, provide a workshop for Ph.D. students, and spark