Special Issue Call for Papers: “Globalisation in Business History”
International Journal of Business and Globalisation
Guest Editor: Christopher M. Hartt, Dalhousie University, email@example.com
Special Issue Description:
The Special Issue will focus on historical themes related to globalisation and business. Business History is an inclusive discipline welcoming all fields, methods and perspectives, of enquiry related to management, entrepreneurism, economics, accounting, psychology, sociology, law or any other business related discipline as well as those from history.
The theme of the special issue relates to the growing debates related to current globalizing activities and the relationship between those debates and the historical context. What has happened in the contested past? How is that relevant for the present and future? How do themes of competitiveness, profitability, and long-term sustainability interact with ethics, social responsibility and environmentalism in a global market? Have these themes emerged before and how did they impact trade?
The questions in the forgoing paragraph provide a small sample of appropriate submissions and should not constrain researchers. Any manner of thought provoking and rigorous article engaging globalization and Business History is encouraged.
Please upload to http://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijbg and keep your submission number for future reference.
Deadline for submissions: 31 July 2016
You can expect reviewer comments by 31 October
Revisions due 31 December for publication shortly thereafter
Anderson, Alistair R. “Conceptualising Entrepreneurship as Economic’explanation’and the Consequent Loss Of’understanding’.” International Journal of Business and Globalisation 14, no. 2 (2015): 145-57.
Ankersmit, F. R. “Historiography and Postmodernism.” In The Postmodern History Reader, edited by Keith Jenkins. London: Routledge, 1997.
Dunning, John H. The Globalization of Business (Routledge Revivals): The Challenge of the 1990s. Routledge, 2014.
Durepos, G., A.J. Mills, and J. Helms Mills. “Tales in the Manufacture of Knowledge: Writing a Business History of Pan American Airways.” Management & Organizational History 3, no. 1 (2008): 63-80.
Galanis, Mr Michael, and Mr Alan Dignam. The Globalization of Corporate Governance. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013.
Gallhofer, Sonja, Jim Haslam, and Sibylle van der Walt. “Accountability and Transparency in Relation to Human Rights: A Critical Perspective Reflecting Upon Accounting, Corporate Responsibility and Ways Forward in the Context of Globalisation.” Critical Perspectives on Accounting 22, no. 8 (2011): 765-80.
Hartt, C., A.J. Mills, J. Helms Mills, and L. Corrigan. “Sense-Making and Actor Networks: The Non-Corporeal Actant and the Making of an Air Canada History.” Management & Organizational History 9, no. 3 (2014/07/03 2014): 288-304.
Hartt, C., A.J. Mills, J. Helms Mills, and G. Durepos. “Markets, Organizations, Institutions and National Identity: Pan American Airways, Postcoloniality and Latin America.” Critical Perspectives on International Business 8, no. 1 (2012): 14-36.
Hopkins, Anthony G. Globalisation in World History. Random House, 2011.
Jenkins, K. Refiguring History. New Thoughts on an Old Discipline. London: Routledge, 2003.
Pukall, Thilo J, and Andrea Calabrò. “The Internationalization of Family Firms a Critical Review and Integrative Model.” Family Business Review 27, no. 2 (2014): 103-25.
Rivera, Isaías R. “Global Age Cosmopolitanism.” International Journal of Business and Globalisation 9, no. 1 (2012): 90-105.
Rowlinson, M. . “Public History Review Essay: Cadbury World.” Labour History Review 67, no. 1 (2002): 101-19.
Suddaby, Roy, William M Foster, and Albert J Mills. “Historical Institutionalism.” Organizations in time: History, theory, methods (2014): 100-23.