IBS faculty present papers at the Association of Business Historians annual conference in Glasgow

3 July 2017

IBS faculty present papers at the Association of Business Historians annual conference in Glasgow

The members of the Centre for International Business and History, Dr Lucy Newton, Prof James Walker, Prof Peter Scott and Prof Mark Casson, attended the Association of Business Historians Annual Conference themed ‘ The Human Factor in Business History’ at the University of Glasgow on 29 June-1 July 2017.

The members of the Centre for International Business and History, Dr Lucy Newton, Prof James Walker, Prof Peter Scott and Prof Mark Casson, attended the Association of Business Historians Annual Conference themed ‘The Human Factor in Business History’ at the University of Glasgow on 29 June-1 July 2017.

They presented the following papers:

 1. The origins of the British housing crisis: `Stop-go’ policy and the restriction of private residential house-building by James Walker and Peter Scott, Henley Business School, the University of Reading.

 2. Entrepreneurship, Business, and Community: A Case Study of Medieval Cambridge by Prof Mark Casson, Henley Business School, the University of Reading.

 3. Historic symbols and their value to the organization: The case of National Provincial’s headquarters, 1866-1964 by Victoria Barnes (Max Planck Institute for European Legal History) and Lucy Newton, Henley Business School, the University of Reading.

 

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