The Exchange: The BHC Weblog

Upcoming CBHA Talk: Fortunes & Family Feuds – The Chequered History of Family Controlled Public Companies in Canada

The recent Rogers Corporation public family feud has brought to light the unique aspects of family-controlled public companies in Canada.

The organizing committee aims to offer 50 scholarships of maximum 1,500 Euros, will be awarded to those who find it difficult to finance their participation to the Congress. Each grant aims to cover transport, accommodation and Congress registration costs.

All junior and senior scholars who have difficulties getting support from their university or research unity are eligible for application.

The BHC´s Collective Bibliography is a bibliographical tool to search within over one thousand references contributed by renowned business historians on the following themes: Business History and Race, Business History and Gender, Business and Power, and Business History in Latin America. Users can also do keyword-driven searches.

Call for applications Dissertation Colloquium 2022 Mexico City [Venue is still undecided]

PhD vacancy: Family firms and gender equality in the Netherlands

15th Annual Meeting of the African Economic History Network (AEHN)
Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC), October 13-14, 2022

PhD Project CAIDERA: Numerical skills and Behavioural Aspects of Malaria Control (2022-2025)

History Hangout: Conversation with James McElroy

Reminder—Hagley Author talk: Eric Hintz from Lemelson Center at the Smithsonian will present his book, “American Independent Inventors:  In an Era of Corporate R & D”, on Thursday, December 2nd at 7:00 p.m.

El ICANH invita a evento internacional sobre historia fiscal

Se trata de un coloquio virtual que integra a expertos en historia financiera, monetaria y fiscal de los siglos XVI a XX.