History in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools

The Proceedings of the First AAHANZBS Conference

The University of Sydney, 14-15 December 2009

Editor: Greg Patmore

Publisher: Business and Labour History Group, The University of Sydney

ISBN: 978-1-74210-164-4

Peer Reviewed Papers

The full version of these papers were double-blind assessed by two anonymous referees
Car Parking Matters to Small Retailers: An Historical Case Study of Three Town Centres in Marrickville
Claudine Moutou
The Concept of Socipe in Societal Planning: An Historical Approach
Ann-Marie Thompson
The Deep Veins of the Sons of Gwalia Litigation
Cary Di Lernia
Exploring Channel Evolution with History
Nigel Bairstow and Louise Young
Passenger Transport in the UK 1920-50: The Drive for ‘Co-ordination’ of Transport Modes
Corinne Mulley
The Use and Abuse of Business History
Bernard Mees and Miranda Walker

Papers Not Refereed

Can Historical Research into Fengshui Tell Us Anything about Business in China?
Michael Paton
Competition in Retailing: Lessons from the History of Rochdale Consumer Co-operatives in Australia
Nikola Balnave and Greg Patmore
Should Banking be Left to the Bankers? A Comparison of the Great Depression and the Great Financial Crisis
Lis Kirkby
Organisational Paths: How History Matters in a Publishing Organisation
Jörg Sydow and Georg Schreyögg
We’ve Been Down this Road Before: Evidence on the Health Consequences of Precarious Employment in Industrial Societies 1840-1920
Michael Quinlan
The Whole Truth: How History can Inform Our Understanding of Ageing Workforces
Linda Colley

Abstracts Only (Not Refereed)

Collective Biography and Labour History: The Case of The Biographical Register of the Australian Labour Movement, 1788-1975
Andrew Moore and John Shields
The Benefits (and Limitations) of Business History to the Study of Management and Organisations: The Example of the Global Diffusion of Management Knowledge
Christopher Wright
Business History as Capstone Courses
Philip Colquhoun
The History of the US Automobile Industry: A Psychological Inquiry
Quintin Rares
When History is Ignored: Business Black Swans and the Use and Abuse of a Notion
Graeme Dean and Frank Clarke
Using Historical Perspective to Enhance Understanding of the Relationship between Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Diversity Management
Lucy Taksa and Dimitria Groutsis