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Scheduled Conference Title
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A Brief History of Sears' Holdings and Its Forerunners Abstract
Mark L Gardner
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A CITY BETWEEN BIG AND SMALL BUSINESS: SESTO SAN GIOVANNI DURING THE 20TH CENTURY Abstract
Ilaria Suffia
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A Historical Examination of the Role of Politics in the development of Accounting Rules and Regulation Abstract
Michael Patrick Coyne, Janice Marie Traflet
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A history of prices in New France, 1688 to 1760 Abstract
Vincent Geloso
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A Norwegian fixation: Explaining Cheap Money in Norway 1945–86. Abstract
Eivind Thomassen, Einar Lie
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A real buzzkill: How the Controlled Substances Act has stoned legitimate business interests from engaging in the legalized marijuana marketplace Abstract
Daniel S. Hoops
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A Taste for Temperance: Economic and Historical Influences on Belgian and American Beer Consumption Abstract
Ranjit S Dighe, Eline Poelmans
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference A Very Victorian School: An Economic, Social and Business History of Rossall School 1844-1900 Abstract
Daniel Rossall Valentine
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Abolition of the British Slave Trade as a Crisis: Coping, Management and Adaptation, 1788-1815 Abstract
Sheryllynne Haggerty
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Avoiding Negligence and Profusion: The Failure of the Joint-Stock Form in Anglo-Indian Trade, 1813-1870 Abstract
Michael Aldous
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Between Macro and Finance: The French Reports Market at the Outbreak of WW1 Abstract
Stefano Ungaro
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Brtvín, Černobýl and Fišer: The key accounting books from the Early Modern Period in the Czech lands Abstract
Pavla Slavickova
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Business History from Marketplace Rumor: Contemporary accounts of the rise and fall of Allidina Visram’s East African retail empire, 1893-1914 Abstract
Laird Jones
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Challenging Cold War Embargo: Western European Industrialists and China's Dream of Self-Reliance (1957-1965) Abstract
Valeria Zanier
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Colonial American Origins of Anti-Bank Sentiment Abstract
Elton G. McGoun, Andrew Mastrocola
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Colwyn, Control and Cotton: The Union Bank of Manchester and Barclays Bank, 1919-1939 Abstract
Mark Billings
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Company-based vocational education and training – two case-studies from the shipbuilding industry Abstract
Etsuo Yokoyama, Anders Nilsson
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Confronting Decline: The Political Economy of Deindustrialization in Twentieth-Century New England Abstract
David Koistinen
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Consequences of Abolishment of Peasants in Congress Kingdom of Poland. Institutional analysis Abstract
Piotr Korys
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility: Metropolitan Water Companies Compared Abstract
Nicola Tynan, Helen Takacs
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Creative accounting in the British Industrial Revolution: Cotton manufacturers and the ‘Ten Hours’ Movement Abstract
Steven Toms
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Did Purchasing Power Parity Hold in Medieval Europe? Abstract
Tony Moore, Adrian Bell, Chris Brooks
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Does Welfare Spending Crowd Out Charitable Activity? Evidence from Historical England under the Poor Laws Abstract
Paul Sharp
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Drink the deadliest of foes; The UK State Management Scheme 1916-74 an experiment in state sponsored virtue and moderation. Abstract
Philip Arthur Talbot
 
39th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference Economic experts, Norwegian exchange rate policy and the fate of the social-democratic order 1971–86 Abstract
Eivind Thomassen, Christoffer Kleivset
 
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