Faculty Lunches

      Lunches are held from 12 to 1 PM. For more information, please contact Felice Whittum at fwhittum@hbs.edu.

       
      • Mar 26
        • 26 MAR 2014
        • Baker 101

        Business Education as a Business: Mapping Nineteenth-Century Commercial Colleges

        Caitlin Rosenthal, University of California, Berkeley
      • Apr 11
        • 11 APR 2014
        • Baker 275

        Making the Real Estate Economy: Land and the Governance of Chinese Capitalism

        Meg Rithmire, HBS
      • May 12
        • 12 MAY 2014
        • Baker 275

        American Fair Trade: The Antimonopoly Ideal and the Growth of the Administrative State, 1890-1940

        Laura Phillips Sawyer, HBS
         
         
           
           
           

        Business History Seminar

        Held in Baker 101 at 3:30 PM on Mondays in the fall.
        Check back later this year for the 2014 schedule. For more information, please contact Felice Whittum at fwhittum@hbs.edu.

         
        • Oct 07
          • 07 OCT 2013
          • Business History Seminar: Business & Emerging Markets

          American Industrialization in Global Perspective

          Robert Allen, Oxford University
        • Oct 21
          • 21 OCT 2013
          • Business History Seminar: Business & Emerging Markets

          The Merchant in the History of Modern India

          Tirthankar Roy, London School of Economics and Political Science
        • Oct 28
          • 28 OCT 2013
          • Business History Seminar: Business & Emerging Markets

          The Chandlerian Revolution in an Emerging Economy: Networks and Entrepreneurship in the Mexican Textile Business

          Aurora Gómez, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas
        • Nov 4
          • 4 NOV 2013
          • Business History Seminar: Business & Emerging Markets

          Why Europe Grew Rich and Asia Did Not

          Prasannan Parthasarathi, Boston College
        • Nov 18
          • 18 NOV 2013
          • Business History Seminar: Business & Emerging Markets

          Political Institutions and Economic Development in Africa

          Robert Bates, Harvard University