Dear colleagues We are advertising a Lectureship in International Business and Strategy at the University of Bristol Management School (closing Date 21 November). The role Better futures for all At Bristol, we are changing the business of Business Schools. Our school’s mission is to "Inspire the next generation of global citizens and leaders to address the grand societal changes of our time." We recognise the importance of being a global-civic school within the community of internationally leading business and management schools. Our focus on the most pressing global and societal challenges forces us to be critically reflective, evidence based and analytical in service to a progressive understanding of management and organisations. We consider ourselves to be pluralistic and host diverse areas of academic expertise and excellence. As a social science-based school committed to an inclusive approach to rigorous inquiry, we are respectful of disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary science in developing novel insights. We are seeking business and management scholars who are willing to help lead positive societal change and are seeking to appoint a Lecturer in International Business and Strategy as part of our substantial new growth phase. This role offers a well-defined career pathway and is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the delivery of leading practices in research, impact and education. For more information, please see: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/jobs/find/details/?jobId=260629&jobTitle=Lecturer%20in%20International%20Business%20and%20Strategy Kind regards Stephanie Stephanie Decker, FHEA Professor of History and Strategy Head of Academic Group (SIMBE) School of Management University of Bristol bristol.ac.uk/management<http://www.bristol.ac.uk/management> My pronouns<http://lbgtrc.msu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/pronounsgraphicsmall.jpg> are: she/her. For teaching advice and feedback, please book in via MS Bookings<https:[log in to unmask]>. Visiting Professor of African Business History University of Gothenburg Editor-in-chief of Business History Check out the Organizational History Network: http://orghist.com See my new publications: * Nix, A, Decker, S, and Wolf, C, (2021) Enron and the California energy crisis: the role of networks in enabling organizational corruption, Business History Review (forthcoming). * Nix A and Decker S (2021) Using digital sources: the future of business history?<http://url310.tandfonline.com/ls/click?upn=odl8Fji2pFaByYDqV3bjGMQo8st9of2228V6AcSFNq3t86qU90pAx-2BEad4OTI0D6nQl1TraLrGLcXgoQMXCgYq9oioJNft-2FhJkqhigZ3nxk-3DjVZZ_m1-2B5T0y9KKTFwH14HcV3Jw1KBWzBwrQGdgzjoVd-2FfRkd34D8PCTWpaD9JYaNto-2BgmlIjEmWAeiUgCZ-2F-2FXHG3aGmA-2BUMRZ7WmI8q48V8GghOwFpMFkDaNDx7yhEWwzLRv-2FMJdOB7Oo69-2B8u4VZ2DMxtx3aIhE1vWCLQD0Lh4qGkr-2Bk81aJtY4-2BrKy00KhaPE-2F32lDXpurD9I-2FU9Xy2Csam5qgLRLyByvZ-2B9x-2FKpmqPCxSZ2UlnPrKCnC8WY4yEF6iR5saP-2B9n-2FLHrBAtCneCttTBnil06jF-2B8qZvGhLLTuHcl96FwNWEe8t6jSbWhNGOH> . Business History (forthcoming). * Decker S, Rowlinson M and Hassard J (2021) Rethinking History and Memory in Organization Studies: The Case for Historiographical Reflexivity<https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0018726720927443>. Human Relations, 74 (8) 1123–1155. * Bucheli M and Decker S (2021) Expropriations of Foreign Property and Political Alliances: A Business Historical Approach<https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/enterprise-and-society/article/expropriations-of-foreign-property-and-political-alliances-a-business-historical-approach/E64B3D409B6CC68E90E38094CB10D487>. Enterprise & Society 22(1): 247-284. * Decker S, Estrin S and Mickiewicz T (2020) The tangled historical roots of entrepreneurial growth aspirations<https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/sej.1348>. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 14(4): 616-638. ____ AIB-L is brought to you by the Academy of International Business. For information: http://aib.msu.edu/community/aib-l.asp To post message: [log in to unmask] For assistance: [log in to unmask] AIB-L is a moderated list.