Asian Business Histories 亞洲企業史叢書
Series Editors: John D. WONG (University of Hong Kong) and Ghassan MOAZZIN (University of Hong Kong)
The Asian Business Histories series showcases cutting-edge scholarship that understands historical business development in various Asian locales against the backdrop of regional and global currents. Interdisciplinary in focus and flexible in methodological approach, this series publishes volumes that appreciate economic growth and commercial expansion in the context of Asian social and cultural history, explore the potential of comparative analysis across time and space, and contribute to theoretical elaboration that connects the series to the field of business history and business studies worldwide. This series welcomes scholars at all career stages to produce academically rigorous publications that are accessible to both a specialist academic and general readership.
Robert BICKERS (Bristol) , Felix BÖCKING (University of Edinburgh), Parks COBLE (University of Nebraska, Lincoln), Pierre-Yves DONZÉ (Osaka University), David FAURE (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Karl GERTH (UC San Diego), Elisabeth KÖLL (University of Notre Dame), Joseph MCDERMOTT (University of Cambridge), Mircea RAIANU (University of Maryland), Michael SCHILTZ (Hokkaido University), Brett SHEEHAN (University of Southern California), Tomoko SHIROYAMA (University of Tokyo), Elizabeth SINN (University of Hong Kong), Chinmay TUMBE (Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad), and Hans VAN DE VEN (University of Cambridge)
Inquiries and submissions should be directed to Kenneth Yung at Hong Kong University Press.