The basic idea of this stream of workshop is twofold.
Interdisciplinary papers and co-authorships are encouraged, involving also colleagues from business and economic history.
Please click HERE for a list of the Accepted Papers.
Please click HERE for the Workshop Program.
Please contact the workshop organiser (Audrey O'Connor) for any questions or comments on this program.
Once the workshop is over, please return the completed Evaluation Form to me.
Within this framework, the workshops adopt a pluralistic research perspective.
· We welcome papers that provide a careful description of the events and contexts under investigation as well as theoretical studies, theorizing papers, and analyses of historiographies.
· In particular, we welcome submissions of international, comparative nature insofar this is an area that enables to map variety in management and accounting history and historiography.
· Therefore, we are interested in papers addressing developments that occurred in the Anglo-Saxon settings as well as those stemming from other traditions (e.g. Continental Europe, Scandinavia, etc). In particular, the need to overcome the western bias of management and accounting narratives and historiographies is perceived as urgent.
· In terms of kind of organizations, we encourage submissions that address profit-seeking firms that operated competitive environments along those examining the developments of organizations that were insulated from the markets effects and even deployed active agency to deter competition: state-owned monopolies, nobility, Catholic Church and other religious entities either in Europe or elsewhere.
· Finally, in terms of time span we seek contributions that examine the thoroughly studied period of 1850-1940 as well as those addressing investigation in earlier period, as for instance in proto-industrial and ancient settings, and, finally, contributions that develop a history of the present (up to well done longitudinal analysis of current organizations, providing “in real time” history).
In addition to submissions of regular contributors to accounting and management history journals and these workshop series at large, we especially encourage those from emerging and non-Anglo-Saxon scholars and form non western countries that strive to provide their research with international visibility, either within orthodox as well as non orthodox accounting writing.
The workshop will take place on the premises of the
How to get there: Please click on the link above for a map
By Car: Exit n. 5 from the Bologna’s Turnpike
Here are some hotels suggested. These hotels are located in the city centre.
Hotel Accademia *** ( recommended)
Hotel Holiday ***
Il Canale ***
Hotel Novecento ****
Hotel Commercianti ****
Please click HERE for a list of local restaurants and ice cream parlours!!Fees will be posted shortly
Payments should be made by :
ADMINISTRATIONMs. Audrey O'Connor - EIASM Conference Manager
EIASM - PLACE DE BROUCKÈRE-PLEIN - 31 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
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