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Reflections on the Business History Tradition: Where has it Come from and Where is it Going to?

Monica Keneley

Australian Economic History Review, 2020, vol. 60, issue 3, 282-300

Abstract: The question of what constitutes the discipline of business history has been the focus of ongoing debate for several decades. The output of business history researchers is diverse ranging from company histories to the application of theoretical frameworks used to interpret the many facets of business development. This article, in introducing this special edition of the Australian Economic History Review, provides an overview of the development of the business history discipline and the contribution it has made to understanding the operation of business enterprises and the markets in which they operate.

Date: 2020
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