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BHC Expert Research Interests BHC Prize(s) Received
Eric John Abrahamson, Principal Historian, Vantage Point Historical Services, Inc., Fellow, Institute of Applied Economics, Global Health, and Study of Business Enterprise, Johns Hopkins University
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philanthropic foundations, Philanthropy, Market Regulation, Public policy and regulation, Innovation, History of Capitalism
Stephen B. Adams, Franklin P. Perdue School of Business, Salisbury University
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Education
Joseph M. Adelman, Assistant Professor of History, Framingham State University
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history of communication, Transatlantic History, American History, Post Office
Araceli Alvarado Almaraz, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
@@almarazara
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Entrepreneurial families, Business History, History of Science and Technology, Entrepreneurial History
Bamidele Aly, Independent scholar
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History of Money, Economic and Business History, Economic Development, diaspora and immigrant entrepreneurship
Rolv Petter Amdam, Professor. BI Norwegian Business School
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Executive education, Business education, Industrial clusters, Maritime industry, Mulitinationals
Timothy Visel Barker, PhD Candidate, Harvard University
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Political Economy
Bernardo Batiz-Lazo, Professor of Business History and Bank Management, Bangor University (Wales)
@BatizLazo
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Banking History, retail payments (cashless; credit cards), automation, history of computers, Latin America (Mexico), history of management thought
Manuel Alejandro Bautista González, Doctoral Candidate in United States History at Columbia University in the City of New York, Consultant at The Winthrop Group
@econobitch
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Money, Finance, Capitalism, Slavery, United States, Mexico
Gavin Benke, Boston University
@GavinBenke
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Business and Culture, Corporations and the Environment, Energy, Financial Services
Hartmut Berghoff, Director, Institute of Economic and Social History, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5, 37073 Göttingen, Germany
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History of Consumption, History of Economic Crime
Catherine Bishop, Junior Research Fellow University of Sydney
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Colonial Businesswomen in Australia and New Zealand, Businesswomen in Australia
Jennifer Black, Assistant Professor of History and Government, Misericordia University
@blackjen1
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history of advertising and consumer culture, material and visual culture, cultural history, 19th c. US
Mansel G. Blackford, Emeritus Professor of History, The Ohio State University
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Firms, Fishing
Regina Lee Blaszczyk, Leadership Chair in the History of Business and Society, Professor of Business History, School of History, University of Leeds, UK
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Consumer Culture, Design, Fashion, Textiles, Retailing, Innovation, Creative Industries, Chemical Industry, International Business, Transatlantic History
Jessica Borge, Visiting Fellow in Digital Humanities, School of Advanced Study, University of London
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contraception, pharmaceuticals, British industry (1960s)
Alejandro E. Caceres, Lecturer of Economics and Enterprise (Venezuelan Business History) / Latin American Economic Development (Economic History) / Strategy and Structure , PhD Student History, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, Caracas, Venezuela
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Latin America, Oil Multinationals, Energy, Strategy, Organizations, Management Practices
Ludovic Cailluet, Professor of strategy and business history, Edhec Business School, Strategy Department
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Strategy, family business, emotions, cosmetics, consulting, uses of the past
Sean D. Carr, Assistant Professor, University of Virginia Darden School of Business, Executive Director, Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation
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History of Entrepreneurship, Technological Change, Innovation
David Chappell, Rothbaum Professor of Modern American History, University of Oklahoma
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Human rights; US constitutional history; big business; history of economic theory & policy
Muwei Chen, Beijing Foreign Studies University, Lecturer, School of Japanese and International Studies
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Chinese economy and business, Consumer Cultures, Creative Industries, Culture Industries and Markets, East Asian modern business history, Industrial clusters, SMEs
Jessica P. Clark, Associate Professor, Department of History, Brock University
@JessicaPClark
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Modern Britain, consumption, beauty, urban space, gender and enterprise
Peter A. Coclanis, University of North Carolina
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Agribusiness, Global Histroy, Southern U.S.
Peter Conti-Brown, Assistant Professor, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
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Financial history, central banking, financial regulation, Banking
Mandy L. Cooper, Lecturer of Women's and Gender History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
@ML_Cooper
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Business History, Legal History, 19th c. US, American women's history, Slavery, emotions, political history, cultural history, Business-Government Relations, family business
Jonathan Coopersmith, Professor, Dept. of History, Texas A&M University
@faxhistory
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failure, History of technology, information
John D'Amico, Yale University
@johnclarkdamico
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Business and Economic History, East Asia, Trade, Early Modern Europe
Anastasia Day, Hagley Scholar, University of Delaware
@Anastasia_C_Day
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Environment, Agriculture, Industrialization, Mid-Century Corporation, World War II, Food, Consumer Cultures
Paula de la Cruz-Fernández, Digital Archivist and Cultural Heritage Manager, University of Florida, Founder and manager, Edita.us LLC, Secretary, Business History Group LLC
@cruzmosu
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gender and enterprise
Nathan Delaney, Case Western Reserve, Ph.D. candidate
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Industrialization; Mining and Metals; Futures Markets; International Business; Modern US
Sean Delehanty, Ph.D. Candidate Johns Hopkins University
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Management, Financial Economics, Business Schools, Takeovers
Pat Denault, Retired, BHC; Harvard University
@PatDenault
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Historical editing, digital scholarship
Lynne Pierson Doti, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Argyros School of Business and Economics , Chapman University
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Financial, Economic, Business, Entrepreneurial History
Claire Dunning, Harvard University
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Nonprofit Organizations, Cities, the American welfare state.
Anne Fleming, Professor of Law, Georgetown University
@AFlemingEsq
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Consumer Credit, Commercial Law, bankruptcy, Fringe Lending, Contracts, Poverty
Adam K. Frost, PhD Candidate, Harvard University
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History of Capitalism, Modern China, Entreprenuership, Informal Economics
Keiji Fujimura, Doctoral Student, Osaka University, Japan, Adjunct Lecturer, Kobe Gakuin University, Japan, Adjunct Lecturer, Kochi University, Japan
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US-Japan Business History, Auto Industry
Alexi Garrett, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Virginia
@AlexiGarrett
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Early America, American women's history, history of gender, Slavery, Southern U.S., History of Industrial Research
Valeria Giacomin, Newcomen Fellow, Harvard Business School
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emerging markets; colonialism; clusters and districts; agricultural commodities; international trade; entrepreneruship
Michela Giorcelli, Ph.D. Candidate, Stanford University
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Business Management, Management, History of technology, Technology
Eric Godelier, Professor of Management, Corporate History and Business Anthropology, Ecole Polytechnique, Humanities and Social Sciences department, Ecole Polytechnique , Interdisciplinary research Center on Humanities and Social Sciences, Ecole
@EricGodelier ‏
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Corporate culture, Managerial Elites, General Business History
Brendan Goff, Assistant Professor, New College of Florida
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U.S. international history, Business History, cultural/intellectual history, service clubs and civic culture, gender, urban history, history of advertising and consumer culture
Brian R. Gold, University of Alberta
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Korean, East Asian modern business history
Alejandro Gomez-del-Moral, University Lecturer, University of Helsinki
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Consumer Culture, Department Stores, Retailing, Spain, Supermarkets, Sport & Business, Food, gender
Margaret B.W. Graham, Associate Professor of Strategy and Organization, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, Founding Director, Winthrop Group, LLP, Chairman of Governance and Nominating Committee, Pioneer Investments
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History of Industrial Research, History of U.S. Entrepreneurship
Rachel Greenfield, Independent Scholar
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American women's history, Advertising and Marketing Industries, business and consumption, 1850s-1940s
Ryan Issa Haddad, University of Maryland
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International Trade, Security, Public policy and regulation
Barbara Hahn, Associate Professor of History, Texas Tech University
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History of technology
Shane Hamilton, The York Management School, University of York
@ShamiltoShane
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Transportation, Agriculture, Risk, Insurance, Capitalism, Technology, Supermarkets, Labor, Agribusiness
Elizabeth Harmon, Lockwood Strategy Lab
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Philanthropy, the nonprofit sector, the history of the corporation, the welfare state