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Purpose – To report on an exploratory study on unwritten rules carried out in Australia, place this study in the context of the historical development of thought on rules and discuss implications for management learning. Design/methodology/approach – This paper has three parts. The first part...
Purpose – The aim of this paper is twofold: on the one hand, it discusses first the notion of istituto as it has been developed by Gino Zappa within the Italian research tradition known as economia aziendale . It then proposes a critical comparison between the historical institutional...
Purpose – This paper introduces the Journal of Management History , relaunched as a stand‐alone journal and explores its raison d'être . Design/methodology/approach – The articles that constitute this first issue of the relaunched journal form the launching pad for this discussion, with...
Purpose – To interpret and explain evolution in entrepreneurial thought, using the application of history to unify the extant and wide‐ranging concepts underlying the field to detect a conceptual foundation. Design/methodology/approach – A conceptual approach is taken, the paper undertaking...
Purpose – The primary purpose of this paper was to perform an in‐depth analysis of the strategic process that occurs within family firms. Design/methodology/approach – This study analyzed the historical development of the growth strategies of four family firms in the US, Finland, and...
Purpose – To compare and contrast the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire and the 1991 Hamlet, North Carolina, chicken processing plant fire to determine what lessons were learned and what lessons remain to be learned from the worst and second‐worst industrial accidents in the US....
Purpose – To test the hypothesis of increased specialisation during the 1980s in the aggregate pattern of intercorporate ownership in the Canadian economy. Design/methodology/approach – The network of ownership between enterprises and subsidiaries is characterised for the period 1976‐1995...
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