Reblogged from Nico Strydom:
In September of last year I had the wonderful privilege of attending a PhD Summer School entitled ‘Business Beyond Businesses: Agency, Political Economy & Investors, c. 1850- 1970’. This took place at the Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen in the charming town of Tübingen, Germany. The aim of the summer school was to provide doctoral students with an overview of relevant research and of innovative tools and methodologies in the fields of Business and Economic History. Each doctoral student also had a 25 minute slot in which to present their own research, and receive extensive feedback from the academic panel as well as the fellow doctoral students present.
The beautiful town of Tübingen, Germany
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