Doctoral Colloquium 2007, Cleveland, Ohio
Franco Amatori, Bocconi University
W. Bernard Carlson, University of Virginia
Pamela Laird, University of Colorado-Denver
Richard Sylla, Stern School of Business, New York University
JoAnne Yates, Sloan School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Paula Gajewski, Vanderbilt University
"Financial Regulation, the New York Stock Exchange, and the Transformation of Retirement in America"
Eric S. Hintz, University of Pennsylvania
"The Post-Heroic Generation: American Independent Inventors, 1900-1950"
Stephanie Holyfield, University of Delaware
"Friendly Interest: The Corporate Culture and Development of Welfare Work at Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company, 1885-1965"
Christopher Jones, University of Pennsylvania
"Energy Landscapes: Coal Canals, Oil Pipelines, Electricity Transmission Wires in the Mid-Atlantic, 1820-1930"
Josh MacFadyen, University of Guelph
"Fashioning Flax: Industry, Region, and Work in North American Fibre and Linseed Oil, 1850-1930"
Noam Maggor, Harvard University
"Politics of Property: Urban Democracy in the Age of Capital, Boston, 1965-1900"
Kevin Tennent, London School of Economics
"Owned, Monitored, but Not Always Controlled: Understanding the Success and Failure of Scottish Free-Standing Companies, 1862-1910"
Maki Umemura, London School of Economics
"Unrealised Potential: Japan's Post-War Pharmaceutical Industry, 1945-2005"
Benjamin Waterhouse, Harvard University
"A Lobby for Capital: Organized Business and the Pursuit of Pro-Market Politics, 1967-1986"
Michael Weisel, Duke University
"Charles Schwab and the Steel Navy: The Political Economy of Big Steel and the U. S. Navy 1885-1915"
Terri Lonier, New York University