Sage Business Cases: Business History Series
Business History Series Editors
Nicholas Wong, Senior Lecturer at Newcastle Business School
Nicholas Wong is a Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at Newcastle Business School, Northumbria University, UK. He is a business historian who specialises in entrepreneurial history, family business history, social entrepreneurship and responsible business. He was a founder-member of the Business History Collective and is co-leader of the Business History Group at Newcastle Business School. He has published five edited collections as part of the Routledge Series of Industrial History. He recently co-authored “Business History: A Research Overview” (Routledge, 2022). He has published numerous articles in journals including, Business History, Journal of Management Inquiry, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Entreprises et Histoire, and the Journal of Management History.
Nimish Adhia, Economist at Manhattanville College
Nimish Adhia is an economist at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY, where he teaches courses in international trade, economics of developing countries, and the intellectual history of capitalism. His scholarly interests lie at the intersection of politics, culture, and economics.
His research on the portrayal of businessmen in Bollywood films generated attention in the popular press, and he is currently studying how Wall Street is portrayed in popular American films.
Michael J. Douma, Associate Research Professor, Director of the Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics
Michael J. Douma is a historian, trained at Hope College, Leiden University, and Florida State University (Ph.D.), 2011. He has published widely on topics in 19th century U.S. history. He believes that the best approach to studying the past is always interdisciplinary, in that it uses many different tools of analysis to provide wide historical context and potentially multiple competing interpretations of past events. His fourth book, titled Creative Historical Thinking, was released in 2018.
Call for Papers
Partner with Sage to develop your Business History teaching case.
Sage Publishing continues to grow its teaching case collection, Sage Business Cases, across the business and management spectrum while incorporating thought from a variety of disciplines. The Business History collection within Sage Business Cases will help students contextualize the current economic landscape by exploring the evolution of trade, labor relations, currency, and regulation.
Sage is pleased to offer case authors:
- Double-blind peer review of your case and teaching notes
- A thorough editorial process, working to develop your ideas and prepare cases for successful publication
- Freedom to include your students in the case research and writing process
- Copyright in your name and final PDF for ease of use in your classroom
- Payment when your case is published
- An international audience for your work
Have you written a case that you currently use in your classroom? Do you have an idea or a rough draft of a case? Bring it to Sage and we’ll work with you to develop your idea and ready it for the global classroom.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Rolling
- We look for cases between 1,000 and 5,000 words.
- Please include discussion questions and teaching notes.
- Authors usually receive decisions within 8 weeks of submission.
- Manuscripts are accepted through our ScholarOne portal.
- Submissions guidelines and templates are available on the author resources page.For questions and sample cases, contact: Rebecca Frankel, Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cases from the Business History Series