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Register for the EBHA E-conference Globalization Challenged to be held on September 11th

EBHA E-Congress, September 11th, 2020

Hosted by CUNEF - Madrid (Zoom platform)

Globalization Challenged

[program below]

We are pleased to announce the EBHA E-conference Globalization Challenged, to be held virtually on September 11th, 2020.

We count with the participation, as the keynote speaker, of Martin Wolf (Financial Times). The conference also includes the panel “Globalization Challenged: the perspective of Business History” and a roundtable on teaching Business History in distance learning. To attend and receive the corresponding zoom invitation, please register for free at the following link:

We truly believe this e-conference would be a fantastic opportunity to keep in touch, at least virtually. We are pretty much looking forward to meeting you.

Best wishes,

Andrea Colli, President

Adoración Álvaro-Moya, Secretary

Keynote Speech

9.15 - 10.15 am (CEST)

Introduction and Chair: Andrea Colli, EBHA President

Keynote speech: Martin Wolf, Financial Times

Discussant: Teresa da Silva Lopes, EBHA Vice-president

Globalization Challenged: the perspective of Business History

10.30 - 12.15 pm (CEST)

Introduction and Chair: Bram Bouwens, Utrecht University and EBHA Council member


Tomasz Olejniczak, Department of Management, Kozminski University (Warsaw)

Grace Ballor, Harvard Business School

Ann-Kristin Bergquist, Unit of Economic History and Centre for Environmental and Resource

Economics, Umeå University

Edoardo Altamira, Department of International History, Graduate Institute of International and

Development Studies (Geneva)

EBHA Annual General Meeting

12.30 - 1.15 pm (CEST)

Separate virtual room. EBHA members can register at:

Roundtable “Teaching Business History in Distance Learning”

2.30 - 4.00 pm (CEST)

Coordinator: Maiju Wuokko, University of Turku


Adoración Álvaro-Moya, CUNEF University (Madrid) and EBHA Secretary

Ludovic Cailluet, Edhec Business School (Roubaix)

Andrea Colli, Bocconi University Milan and EBHA President

Andrew Smith, University of Liverpool

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