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Business History and Management Studie

Matthias Kipping and Behlül Üsdiken

in The Oxford Handbook of Business History

Published in print January 2008 | ISBN: 9780199263684
Published online September 2009 | | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199263684.003.0005

Series: Oxford Handbooks in Business and Management C

 Business History and Management Studie

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The purpose of this article is to give an overview of the changing relationship between business history and management studies since the 1950s, with a particular focus on the contributions made by business historians to management research. It also assesses the potential for future collaboration among scholars from the two fields. The article's main argument is that while both were close at the beginning of the period, they subsequently moved apart. Most business historians are working in history or, less frequently, in economic-history departments rather than business schools or management departments. Business historians have their own academic associations, which are not affiliated with the major learned societies in the management field, such as the Academy of Management. The same is true for publications in academic journals, where there has been little crossover.

Keywords: business history; management studies; business schools; management departments; academic associations

Article.  10382 words. 

Subjects: Business and Management ; Business History ; Organizational Theory and Behaviour

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