Institute for Business History (SEBH)
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17 Feb 1997, as Society for European Business History (SEBH) Also referred to as Institute for European Business History (SEBH). Merged with U-XG7456 - Centre for European Business History (CEBH) to form E-XM2539 - Institute for Corporate Culture Affairs (ICCA), Mar 2003.
Support exchange of knowledge in the field of business history internationally, create guidelines for business history and pursue global, rather than national, aspects in the field of business history; promote business history dialogue among academics, archivists/historians and businessmen all over the world; focus on global themes in specific areas of research or the historical analysis of one enterprise's role in different countries; create an international network of professionals in business history; support the preservation of historical documents relating to business history and expand and promote business archives.
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Board of Directors, comprising Executive Chairman, Deputy Chairman, Treasurer and one member. Advisory Council of 17 international members, including 4 Chairman.
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