Publications

Publications

 

Management and Organisational History (M&OH)

M&OH Editorial Board 

Discussion Paper Series

 

Management and Organisational History (M&OH)

M&OH  is an established international journal that is positioned on the boundary between history and organization studies. Since 2006 it has provided a valuable outlet for the publication of work by theoretically informed historians, as well as historically minded organization scholars. The journal serves as one of the most tangible, and enduring, outcomes of the ‘historic turn’ in organization studies, and as such has played an important role in seeking to establish historical perspectives (and historical research methods) more centrally within the discipline of management studies. It also provides an important space for business historians, whose work is informed by theoretical perspectives drawn from such fields as sociology or cultural studies. The journal welcomes the submission of any articles that examine the historical context within which organizations originated or developed, and which have the potential to enrich our understanding of management and organizational theory. Articles focussing on the selection and use of historical sources, and the methodologies employed by business or management historians, are also to be encouraged.

M&OH Editorial Board 

Editor

 Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK
 

Senior Editors  

Veronica Binda, Bocconi University, Italy
Asli Colpan, University of Kyoto, Japan
Christina Lubinski, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Michelangelo Vasta, University of Siena, Italy 
R. Daniel Wadhwani, University of the Pacific, USA
 

Senior Editorial Team 
Rolv Petter AmdamBI Norwegian School of Management, Norway
Emma BellUniversity of Exeter, UK
Charles BoothUniversity of the West of England, UK
Kyle BruceMacquarie University, Australia
Andrea CaseyGeorge Washington University, USA
Peter ClarkQueen Mary, University of London, UK
Bill CookeUniversity of York, UK
Bogdan CosteaLancaster University, UK
Stephen CummingsVictoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Marie Laure DjelicESSEC Business School, France
Paul du GayCopenhagen Business School, Denmark
Regina A. GreenwoodHuizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship, Nova Southeastern University, USA
Christopher GreyRoyal Holloway, University of London, UK
Per H. HansenCopenhagen Business School, Denmark
John HassardManchester Business School, UK
James E. HoopesBabson College, USA
Sanford M. JacobyUniversity of California, Los Angeles, USA
Matthias Kipping,  Schulich School of Business, Canada
Pamela W. LairdUniversity of Colorado, USA
Robert R. LockeUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Christopher McKennaUniversity of Oxford, UK
Alan McKinlayUniversity of St Andrews, UK
Albert J. MillsSt Mary's University, Canada
Jean Helms MillsSt Mary's University, Canada
Nanette MoninMassey University, New Zealand
Chris NylandMonash University, Australia
Andrew PettigrewUniversity of Bath, UK
Stephen ProcterUniversity of Newcastle, UK
Alf RehnAbo Akademi University, Finland
Ann RippinBristol University, UK
William G. RoyUniversity of California, Los Angeles, USA
Phillip ScrantonRutgers University, USA
Yehouda ShenhavTel-Aviv University, Israel
Ray StokesUniversity of Glasgow, UK 
Steven TomsLeeds University, UK
Behlül ÜsdikenSabanci University, Turkey
Richard WhittingtonUniversity of Oxford, UK
John WilsonNewcastle University, UK
Terrence H. WitkowskiCalifornia State University, Long Beach, USA
JoAnne YatesMassachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
 

Discussion Paper Series

John H. Dunning Centre for International Business at Henley Business School, University of Reading publish a series of discussion papers  which aim at disseminating new research of academic distinction to stimulate discussion and critical views. These are published jointly with scholars affiliated to the Centres.
John H. Dunning Discussion Paper Series

 

Professor Rajneesh Narula

The John H. Dunning Chair of International Business
Professor of International Business Regulation

r.narula@henley.ac.uk
+44 (0) 118 378 5247

Professor Peter Miskell

Professor of International Business and Media History

p.m.miskell@henley.ac.uk
+44 (0) 118 378 5059