This one-day symposium, organised by the Centre for International Business History, University of Reading, UK, will explore the political economy of health, safety and risk as it relates to business history. It will examine notions of corporate social responsibility and the ways in which businesses and large organisations have responded to the challenges of health and safety, in the workplace and beyond.
Speakers include: Jo Melling, Geoff Tweedale, Arthur McIvor and Ronnie Johnston, and David Walters.
Thanks to the financial support of the Economic History Society, registration is free: please contact Mike Esbester before 20 May 2009 to register or for further details.
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University of Reading
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Reading, RG6 6AU
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