• Room 02.007 - Riddel Hall Block 3

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

I am open to PhD applicants broadly in the area of Business History or interest in the application of historical methods to management. In particular, I am interested in topics related to: Organisational forms, Globalization and International trade, CEO's and firm leadership, Please contact me to discuss research proposals in these areas, or related Business History themes.

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Personal profile

Particulars

Office location: 02.007, Riddel Hall Block 3

Personal website

 

Lecturer in Management at Queen's Management School, and a Research Associate at Queen's University Centre for Economic History.

Interests

Research Statement

Im a business historian with an interest in the ownership and organisation of firms. Recently I investigated the historical evolution of firms involved in international trade and business in the 19th century. This research focused on how choice of organizational form effects firm performance, and implications for understanding globalization. Currently Im working on a Leverhulme Trust grant investigating British CEOs in the 20th century, examining factors such as personality traits, career progression, and networks, on firm performance.

Research Interests

Business History, Economic History, International Business, Globalization in the 19th century, CEOs and firm performance, Theory of the firm

 

Achievements

Michael holds a BA in History and American Studies from the University of Nottingham, an MBA from IE Business School, Madrid, and an MSc and PhD in Economic History from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

 

 

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Research Output

  • 8 Article
  • 2 Chapter
  • 1 Book/Film/Article review
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  • Partners, servants or entrepreneurs? Banians in the 19th century Bengal economy.

    Aldous, M., 05 Mar 2019, (Accepted) In : Business History Review.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Saville‐Smith, K. J., Provincial society and empire: the Cumbrian counties and the East Indies, 1680–1829

    Aldous, M., 01 Aug 2019, In : Economic History Review. 72, 3, p. 1101-1103 3 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalBook/Film/Article review

  • 55 Downloads (Pure)

    Prizes

    Mira Wilkins Prize, 2016

    Aldous, Michael (Recipient), Apr 2016

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

  • Activities

    History and Economics Workshop

    Chris Colvin (Invited speaker), , Michael Aldous (Contributor), & David Paulson (Contributor)

    24 Jan 2020

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

    Modern Asian Studies (Journal)

    Michael Aldous (Peer reviewer)

    08 Jan 2019

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesEditorial activity

    The Journal of Economic History (Journal)

    Michael Aldous (Referee)

    28 Aug 2019 → …

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesEditorial activity

    Economic History Review (Journal)

    Michael Aldous (Book reviewer)

    07 Jan 2019

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesPublication peer-review

    Association of Business Historians Annual Conference 2019

    Michael Aldous (Speaker)

    06 Jul 2019

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

    Impact

    Confronting the Productivity Challenge, LRI Roundtable

    John Turner (Participant) & Michael Aldous (Participant)

    Impact: Economic Impact, Public Policy Impact

    Information Revolutions

    Michael Aldous (Participant)

    Impact: Economic Impact