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Organizational History Network

Organizational History Network

By Stephanie Decker

For scholars interested in historical research on organizations. We are trialling a new format and making some of our blogs available as podcasts. In addition, we are making audio versions of open access articles in the field available. Comments and suggestions welcome!
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3. Whiskey and Dynamic Capabilities, by Mackenzie et al., Business History, 2022

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3. Whiskey and Dynamic Capabilities, by Mackenzie et al., Business History, 2022
3. Whiskey and Dynamic Capabilities, by Mackenzie et al., Business History, 2022
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/11/23/new-audio-article-whiskey-and-dynamic-capabilities/
52:02
November 23, 2022
New audio article available: “Finding Light in Dark Archives”, AI & Society
New audio article available: “Finding Light in Dark Archives”, AI & Society
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/11/16/new-audio-article-available-finding-light-in-dark-archives/ The article is available open access here: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00146-021-01369-9 
45:58
November 16, 2022
Updated Aims and Scope information for Business History
Updated Aims and Scope information for Business History
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/09/05/updated-aims-and-scope-information-for-business-history/
01:04
November 12, 2022
Special Issue in Management & Organizational History: "Microhistory"
Special Issue in Management & Organizational History: "Microhistory"
Call for Papers. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/07/25/si-cfp-microhistory/
07:02
November 12, 2022
Journal of Management Studies Call for Papers “Historical Perspectives on Deglobalization”
Journal of Management Studies Call for Papers “Historical Perspectives on Deglobalization”
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/10/21/cfp-jms-historical-perspectives-on-deglobalization/
04:00
November 12, 2022
EBHA Conference 2023 “The Relevance of Business History”
EBHA Conference 2023 “The Relevance of Business History”
The Call for Papers for the EBHA annual conference 2023. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/11/01/ebha-2023-the-relevance-of-business-history/
04:57
November 12, 2022
ABH Conference 2023 - Call for Papers - “Pushing the Boundaries”
ABH Conference 2023 - Call for Papers - “Pushing the Boundaries”
Audio version of the Call for Papers. This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/11/11/abh2023-pushing-the-boundaries/
10:43
November 12, 2022
Audio version of: "Introducing the Eventful Temporality" by Stephanie Decker
Audio version of: "Introducing the Eventful Temporality" by Stephanie Decker
This is the audio version of the article: Introducing the Eventful Temporality of Historical Research into International Business. By Stephanie Decker. Published in Journal of World Business in 2022. For the full OA version go to: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1090951622000712  Published with a CC-BY Open Access license.
01:06:20
October 31, 2022
Next deadline to submit Special Issue proposals for Business History is Dec 16
Next deadline to submit Special Issue proposals for Business History is Dec 16
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/10/28/next-deadline-to-submit-special-issue-proposals-for-business-history-is-dec-16/
01:38
October 30, 2022
Journal of World Business 57,6 - Video Abstract for "Eventful Temporality in International Business"
Journal of World Business 57,6 - Video Abstract for "Eventful Temporality in International Business"
This is the video abstract for my new article in JWB:  Stephanie Decker (2022) Introducing the Eventful Temporality of Historical Research into International Business, Journal of World Business 57,6 . Highlights Historical methods contribute to greater plurality in international business. They can enable research into phenomena that are difficult to observe or access. They provide a richer and contextually sensitive understanding of institutions. Historical accounts focus on events as key elements of long-run processes.
03:03
October 30, 2022
CfP for JIBS SI on Historical Approaches in IB
CfP for JIBS SI on Historical Approaches in IB
This episode is also available as a blog post: http://orghist.com/2022/09/30/cfp-for-jibs-si-on-historical-approaches-in-ib/
13:49
October 30, 2022