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Enterprise & Society offers a forum for research on the historical relations between businesses and their larger political, cultural, institutional, social, and economic contexts. The journal aims to be truly international in scope. Studies focused on individual firms and industries and grounded in a broad historical framework are welcome, as are innovative applications of economic or management theories to business and its context.

Announcing the Business History Conference's 2014 prize-winning articles

The Oxford Journals Article Prize recognizes the author of an article published in Enterprise & Society judged to be the best of those that have appeared in the volume previous to the year of the BHC annual meeting.

Winner of the 2014 Oxford Journals Article Prize:
“Pianos for the People: From Producer to Consumer in Britain, 1851–1914”
Francesca Carnevali and Lucy Newton
Enterprise & Society 14 (March 2013): 37-70

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The Mira Wilkins Prize, established in recognition of the path-breaking scholarship of Mira Wilkins, is awarded to the author of the best Enterprise & Society article pertaining to international and comparative business history published the volume previous to the year of the BHC annual meeting.

Winner of the 2014 Mira Wilkins Prize:
"Selling Liberia: Moss H. Kendrix, the Liberian Centennial Commission, and the Post-World War II Trade in Black Progress"
Brenna Greer
Enterprise & Society 14 (June 2013) 14: 303-326

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As of January 2015, Enterprise & Society will be published by Cambridge University Press.