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CFP: Association of Academic Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools

AUT Business School
The Association of Academic Historians in Australian and New Zealand Business Schools (AAHANZBS) will hold its seventh Annual Conference on November 2-3, 2015 in Auckland, New Zealand. The Business and Labour History Group (B&LHG) of the Work Research Institute, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) University Business School will host the meeting, which will have the theme "Global Business Practices in Historical Perspective"

Submissions are invited for papers addressing the conference theme, including papers relating to accounting history, business history, economic history, labor history, management history, marketing history, tourism history, transport history and other areas of interest relating to historical research in business schools. Papers / panel suggestions around teaching and pedagogy relating to business and labor history are also welcome, as are papers from researchers outside business schools who have an interest in these fields of study. Both abstracts and full papers may be submitted. Full papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Please submit either a 1000-word abstract or a 6,000-word maximum paper for refereeing by June 12, 2015, to Simon Mowatt at The abstract should provide:
  • A summary of the argument of the paper 
  • A summary of the findings of the paper 
  • A selected list of references for the paper 
Postgraduate Student Awards: The B&LHG is pleased to be able to offer up to four competitive travel support awards for Postgraduate Students of NZ$250 each plus free registration. These will be awarded to the best full papers as decided by the AAHANZBS conference committee. Details of these awards, including conditions and eligibility, will be published in April on the conference homepage.

Please check the full call for papers for additional information.

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