Thu. 30 Fri. 31 Sat. 01
Session 3.D: The Contradictory Effects of World Wars
Session 3.B: Emerging Scholars: International Business
Session 3.H: Immigration: From Workers to Experts
Session 3.C: The Role of Cartels as an Instrument of both Economic and Political Regulation
Session 3.A: Banking between Local Embeddedness and Internationalisation
Session 3.G: Competition and Cooperation among Stock Exchanges
Session 3.E: International Economic Crisis and European Integration: Sector-regulations between Multinational Business and Industrial Policies (1973-1984)
Session 3.F: Innovation: Mixing Local and Global Influences
Session 3.I: The Italian Variety of Capitalism (1861-2011): “Wealthy by Accident”?
Coffee break
Session 4.B: Capitalist Technologies and Managerial Patterns in Socialist Plants. Business Strategies and State Regulations in Communication Industry
Session 4.A: A “Declaration of Inter-Dependence”: The Business of National Security and Strategic Raw Materials Stockpiling from the Great War to the Nuclear Age
Session 4.C: Health: Expanding Markets, Growing Social Costs
Session 4.I: Development of Business Relationship between European Countries and Japan during the 20th Century
Session 4.F: Myths and Realities of the Cashless Society
Session 4.H: Immigrant Entrepreneurs: Influences of German Immigrants on Business and American Consumer Culture, 1920s to 1950s
Session 4.G: Nationalisation of the Railways Reconsidered: Some Approaches to the Modern Business Organisation and its Adjustment to Globalisation and Regionalisation
Session 4.D: The State and Foreign Ownership in the Interwar Years: the End of the First Wave of Economic Globalization
Session 4.E: Innovation in the Japanese Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries
Foreign Direct Investment and the Creation of Local Organizational Capabilities: An Assessment of the Impact of the United States on the Spanish Enterprise (1918-1975)
Plenary : Dissertations Session
Religion, Competition and Liability: Dutch Cooperative Banking in Crisis, 1919-1927
Out of Norway Falls Aluminum: The Norwegian Aluminium Industry in the International Economy, 1908-1940
Coffee break
Session 5.G: Taking Business History Public
Session 5.C: Potential and Conflicts in the Expanding Food Industry
Session 5.E: Local Experiences of International Changes in Management Education and Knowledge
Session 5.D: Economies under Occupation. The Hegemony of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan in World War II (Europe)
Session 5.A: Banking and Insurance in Europe between Domestic Development and Internationalization, 1960s-1990s
Session 5.I: Connecting People: Local vs. Global Mobility
Session 5.F: Globalisation, Deindustrialization and Industrial Heritage
Session 5.H: Failure1: National and International Interests
Session 5.B: Emerging Scholars: Managing People
Coffee break
Session 6.I: Selling Firm Identity and Culture Abroad
Session 6.G: International Labor Standards and Business Policies (1920-1950)
Session 6.F: Fashion: The Tensions of Dissemination
Session 6.E: Banking: International Markets and National Identity
Session 6.B: Competition, Registration of Cartels and Anti-Cartels Policies
Session 6.A: Patenting: Different Scales of Knowledge Management
Session 6.C: Circulating Authority: a Transnational and Translocal Perspective of the Management/Labor Relationship
Session 6.D: Economies under Occupation. The Hegemony of Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan in World War II (Asia)
Session 6.H: Failure2: The Perils of a Global Market
Reception Sponsored by Business History Initiative at Harvard Business School
Session 7.B: Emerging Scholars: Small and Medium Size Entreprises
Session 7.G: Local Cooperatives in Global Competition
Session 7.A: Becoming a Global Company
Session 7.I: Public Utilities as Agents of Globalization
Session 7.F: Branding: Same Name, Different Consumers
Session 7.E: Corporate Networks between Local and Global: a Long Term Perspective
Session 7.H: Technology Transfers 1: The Art of Building competences
Session 7.C: Capital Market and Entrepreneurship before the Great Depression
Session 7.D: Changing Company Forms in the Internationalization Process
Coffee break
Session 9.G: European Business and the Cold War: Constraints, Conflicts and Opportunities
Session 8.G: Variants of the Corporate Form
Session 8.I: Shipping and Transport 1: European Intermediaries with the World?
Session 8.F: State and Business 1: National and International Issues
Session 8.B: Between Local and Global: Family Multinationals
Session 8.A: Environment: a Key issue in the Globalization Process
Session 8.C: Financial Institutions: Negotiating Difficult Contexts
Session 8.D: The Tensions between Business System and Morality from the Perspective of Eiichi Shibusawa
Session 8.E: Transnational Strategies and International Exchanges
Session 8.H: Women and Gender Relations in Business
EBHA General Meeting
Session 9.D: Regional Differentiation in an International Perspective
Session 9.I: Multinationals: Adapting to Diversity
Session 9.B: The Unexpected Transformations of Family Business
Session 9.A: European Luxury Goods and Services for Asian Markets: a Perspective on Production, Distribution and Insurance Systems
Session 9.C: Business with Money: Monetary Politics and Capital Flows in the Era of the First Globalization
Session 9.H: Empirical Methods in Business History
Session 9.F: State and Business 2: Confrontation or Cooperation?
Session 9.E: Adapting Local Labor to the Constraints of the Global Economy
Coffee break