I learned yesterday that our panel proposal was accepted by the organizers of the Economic History Society Annual Conference, which will take place at the University of York in April 2013.
DOING BUSINESS IN A BRITISH WORLD, C.1850-1930:
The culture of shareholder-management relations in British FSCs and MNCs, 1850-1914
Andrew Smith (CoventryUniversity) & Kevin Tennent (University of York)
Culture, political economy, and the British world: The Congress of Chambers of Commerce of the Empire, 1886-1914
Andrew Dilley (University of Aberdeen)
How to organise a ‘capital strike’: The British Australasian Society and the Queensland government, 1899-1924
Bernard Attard (University of Leicester)