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The database Business history around the world compiles information about business history associations around the world. If you would like to add more information, please contact the Business History Conference's web editor (email@example.com). This is a work in progress, and more categories like journals and networks will soon be added to the database.
Resources on Latin American Business History
The following resources could be of interest to scholars and researchers working on the history of banking in Latin America and Spain:
Also, this website contains information about sources and other references on the history of oil in Mexico:
Articles, seminars, and podcasts on the history of pandemics.
At a recent event in Kolkata, Michael Aldous had the pleasure of sitting down with Professor Geoffrey Jones, Isidor Straus Professor of Business History at Harvard Business School, where we discussed his ongoing efforts to bring a greater focus in Business History to the study of emerging markets. As part of his trip to Kolkata he spent time interviewing leaders in both business and social enterprises.
An interesting discussion with Sharon Ann Murphy, Professor of History at Providence College, on using the case method for undergraduates studying a range of majors.
Exploring ways to think about reshaping the classroom experience, in particular considering the use of technology. In this interview Michael Aldous talked with Chinmay Tumbe, Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics, at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad, about his use of online technologies to extend the reach of the classroom.
In this installment Michael Aldous discussed ways in which Business History is being used in History Departments which led to a very interesting exchange with Susan Spellman, Associate Professor at Miami University (Ohio), who has written extensively on US business and consumerism.
Rolf Strom Olsen, Professor of Humanities at IE Business School, Madrid, is a historian who researches medieval state formation. This interview discusses how he came to teach management and how he uses his historical training to shape his teaching to be relevant for an MBA class.
A conversation with Paolo Quattrone, Professor and Chair of Accounting, Governance and Social innovation at the University of Edinburgh Business School. Paolo studies accounting and management techniques for their visual power and ability to engage the user rather than simply for their aid to rational decision making.
On being asked to coordinate the teaching resources of the Business History Conference website, Michael Aldous wanted to find ways to proactively support the Business History Conference’s agenda of encouraging the use of Business History in teaching. In particular, to promote the excellent Teaching resources, whilst providing context, particularly for those not immersed in Business History, and offering insights and inspiration regarding their use.
Business History TV
Business History TV us a production of the Gies College of Business, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Want to know more about the field of business history? In this new digital project, renowned business historians explain and discuss business history around the world and key trends in business history scholarship. Each of the interviews are accompanied by a selected bibliography. Also, if you want to know more about the Business History Conference, listen to this interview with William Hausman.
All interviews have been conducted by Marcelo Bucheli.