NEWS & EVENTS
NYUAD Research Conference 2020 - Interactive Exhibit
April 15, 2019
Doing Family Business History: The Institutional Development and Status of Family Firm Research in Germany
Lecture by Dr. Andrea H. Schneider-Braunberger
CEO of the Society for Business History (Gesellschaft für Unternehmensgeschichte GUG e.V.)
focus on the approach of the Gesellschaft für Unternehmensgeschichte, a brief history of our development, our actual outreach and focus then on some case studies and how they were set up and which results.
12:00 - 1:00 pm
NYU Abu Dhabi Campus
Open to NYUAD community and by invitation
April 16, 2019
Uses of the history of family firms in Germany
Round-table and Panel Discussion
Dr. Andrea H. Schneider-Braunberger, CEO of the Society for Business History
Panelist 1, position
Panelist 2, position
I will focus on the question why should family firms engage with their history (uses) and what can they learn from this by using three to five cases
9:30 - 11:00 am
Tharawat Space, Dubai
Family Business Histories seminar series
We are hiring!
In collaboration with Kawader Program, the Family Business Histories project is looking for a Research Assistant to support the research project in support of the Principal Investigators.
You can learn more about Kawader Program here
Vacancy and application details can be found here
Candidates will be considered until the position is filled.
UAE nationals are strongly encouraged to apply.
Presentation and Panel Discussion
“Family Business Histories: A Research Partnership with The Tharawat Family Business Forum”
Second Annual Conference
November 23, 2017
We were delighted to hold our very first event in 2017. The event offered practical insights for family businesses on how to document, store and preserve their history for the generations to come.
The inaugural lecture of the Family Business Histories lecture series drew comparisons between the emergence and evolution of family businesses in various parts of the world in their respective socio-economic, cultural and political landscapes