Entrepreneurship, Governance, and Pathways to Internationalization
Jeffrey Fear is the newly appointed Professor of International Business History at the University of Glasgow, Centre for Business History. He holds a PhD in history from Stanford University and has previously taught at the University of Pennsylvania, the Harvard Business School, and the University of Redlands. He is on the editorial board of the Business History Review and Essays in Economic and Business History. Paloma Fernández Pérez is Professor of Economic History at the University of Barcelona and has a PhD in history from the University of California at Berkeley. Her research interests are family business, innovation, entrepreneurial networks, and lobbies. She has published El rostro familiar de la metrópolis, and Un siglo y medio de trefilería en España, andhas edited Del metal al motor with P. Pascual . She is a principal researcher of a project on entrepreneurial networks in Spain and a member of the Centre d’Estudis Antoni de Capmany. Christina Lubinski is Research Fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC. Her first book won the Prize for Business History by the Germany Society of Business History and she was a Harvard Business School Newcomen Fellow in 2010–2011. She has published on family business and multinationals in Business History Review, Enterprise & Society, and the Journal of Family Business Strategy. Her most recent research deals with German and U.S. companies in India since 1900 and asks how they dealt with the challenges of political risk.